BRTC held its third National Technical Honor Society induction ceremony on March 11, 2013, in the Randolph County Development Center auditorium. Black River’s chapter of the NTHS began in the spring semester of 2012 and boasts 93 members to date, including the 23 new students inducted on the 11th.
The National Technical Honor Society is a leading honors program for recognizing students of career and technical education certifications. Students must have GPAs of 3.5 to be eligible for NTHS, and must maintain 3.0s to remain members. BRTC NTHS members may also become members of PTK or other honor societies.
New inductees present were: Benjamin Ball, Margie Brown, Alisia Capone, Austin DeShazo, William Hamby, Jacob Lawson, Danielle Martin, Alex Nance, Lisa Spencer and James Taylor.
BRTC faculty members present for the ceremony included Alan Haskins, Gary Meier, and Janet Murrell. Meier stated, “We had a really nice ceremony,” and added that it was beneficial “to be able to honor these technical students.” Haskins noted, “We are very proud of these students and their accomplishments.”