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Monday, May 3, 2021

National Technical Honor Society Ceremony Held at Seneca HighlandsCareer & Technical Center


Sixteen students were recently inducted into the National Technical Honor Society within the Seneca Highlands Career and Technical Center, located in PortAllegany.  

The purpose of the NTHS is to honor student achievement and leadership in career and technical education, as well as promote educational excellence.  The students that were inducted go as follows:  Karlie Benson, Coudersport, Early Childhood;  Brennan Bure, Cameron County, Welding; Isaiah DeBockler, Port Allegany, Building Construction; Hayley Durphey, Smethport, Early Childhood; Abrianna Dowell, Port Allegany, Early Childhood; Bryn Easton, Port Allegany, Early Childhood; Wyatt Farr, Otto Eldred, Homeland; Jazzmyne Kessinger, Northern Potter, Culinary; Dannielle Miller, Galeton, Early Childhood; Alexandria Norris, Smethport, Early Childhood; Ashton Oakes, Kane, Engineering; Forrester Smoker, Cameron County, Networking; Brain Tanner Jr., Smethport, Heavy Equipment; Benjamin Torrey, Northern Potter, Networking; Logan Ullman, Cameron County, Heavy Equipment. 

The inductees joined returning members for a ceremony held at the SHCTC. Returning members were also recognized as they missed a live ceremony last year due to Covid-19 closings.   The returning members areas follows: Hunter Beck, Galeton, Networking; Jordan Glover, Austin, Health Assistant; Quintyn Howard, Oswayo Valley, Welding; Mattison Maben, Port Allegany, Early Childhood Education; Amber McAndrews, Northern Potter, Building Construction; Darci Meacham, Coudersport, Networking; Andrew Page, Coudersport, Engineering; Ethan Sprankle, Port Allegany, Homeland Security.

The students and their guests were welcomed and the qualifications of the candidates were shared. Aldo R. Jackson was the guest speaker.  Dr. Jackson has been the Executive Director for Workforce Development and Erie Operations for the Northern Pennsylvania Regional College since 2018. During his tenure with the NPRC, the workforce division has established over 65 courses in 11 occupational areas to serve the technical training needs of unemployed and underemployed  individuals across a nine county service area of northern Pennsylvania.

The purpose of the NTHS was explained and the presentation of pins were delivered to returning members.  Returning members read the attributes. NTHS members and the inductees then received their pins, certificates of membership, and Honor cards.  The membership pledge was recited before closing the ceremony. Refreshments were served by the Culinary department.

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