ENGLEWOOD — Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) inducted 60 students into National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) on Sunday, March 20.
The NTHS students, as well as their honored educators from MVCTC and their partner school district, were recognized in a ceremony at MVCTC in front of family and friends.
Students are selected for NTHS based on the following requirements: a 3.75-grade point average or higher, 97 percent attendance, passed all parts of the Ohio Graduation Test and instructor recommendations. Each of the 2016 inductees is the recipient of a $500 scholarship made possible by the MVCTC Education Foundation.
• Taemar Awalom (Northmont) enrolled in the Culinary Arts program at MVCTC chose to honor as her most significant educators, Mrs. Cortney Bergbigler (Culinary Arts Instructor) and Ms. Kristen Henderson from Northmont. Taemar is the daughter of Zeferewark Hagos of Englewood and Rahel Haile of Englewood.
• Wesley Kincaid (Northmont) enrolled in the Firefighter/EMS program at MVCTC chose to honor as his most significant educators, Mr. John Shaw (Firefighter/EMS Instructor) and Mr. Nathan Hannahan from Northmont. Wesley is the son of Spiro and Angie Stilianos of Englewood.
• Austin Pearce (Northmont) enrolled in the Computer Network Engineering program at MVCTC chose to honor as his most significant educators, Mr. John Underwood (Computer Network Engineering Instructor) and Ms. Nicole Bouas from Northmont. Austin is the son of Bret and Michelle Pearce of Clayton.
• Alexandria Pompeii (Northmont) enrolled in the Aviation Maintenance Technician program at MVCTC chose to honor as her most significant educators, Mr. Dar Borradaile (Aviation Maintenance Technician Instructor) and Ms. Bethany Allen from Northmont. Alexandria is the daughter of Mario and Barbara Pompeii of Dayton.
• Autumn Prater (Northmont) enrolled in the Health Careers Academy program at MVCTC chose to honor as her most significant educators, Mrs. Tina Deeter (Health Careers Academy Instructor) and Mr. Joe Baldasare from Northmont. Autumn is the daughter of James and Kellie Prater of Union.
• Angelic Smith (Northmont) enrolled in the Cosmetology program at MVCTC chose to honor as her most significant educators, Mrs. Monica Bir (Cosmetology Instructor) and Mrs. Kathryn Abels from Northmont. Angelic is the daughter of Sharon Hetrick of Englewood.
For more information about MVCTC, please visit www.mvctc.com.
For over 40-years, MVCTC has been providing career technical education for 27 partner school districts encompassing five counties, including Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Preble, and Warren Counties. MVCTC is dedicated to providing in-demand workforce training for youth, adults, and organizations in the Miami Valley.