Wiregrass Inducts Students into Honor Society

Wiregrass Inducts Students into Honor Society

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Valdosta Campus Inductees pictured with Dr. Tina Anderson
(L-R) Wiregrass President Dr. Tina K. Anderson, Mary Ann Eason – Health Information Management Technology, Sarah Martin – Accounting, Mary McCall – Opticianry, Shannon Fleener – Accounting, Sabrina Sicoli – Radiology, Rhea Armentrout – Cosmetology, Tracy Smith – Cosmetology, Rose Sysskind – Practical Nursing. Back Row (L-R) Joseph Lucarino – Radiology, Jacquelyn Mallard – Auto Collision Repair, Sherina Foster – Business Management, Austin Gittins – Game Development, William Smith – Paramedicine, and Ashley Lynch – Cosmetology. Not pictured - Jamal Clements – Auto Collision Repair, Karena Green – Cosmetology, Shaneka Little – Early Childcare and Education, and Alvin Payton, Jr. – Environmental Horticulture

Valdosta, GA – Wiregrass President Dr. Tina K. Anderson is proud to announce the 2019 Fall Semester National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) members. The criteria to be a member of NTHS is to have a cumulative GPA of 3.66 or better and be nominated by their instructor based on work ethics and leadership qualities.

Students that were inducted were: Mary Ann Eason – Health Information Management Technology; Shannon Fleener, and Sarah Martin – Accounting Technology; Jamal Clements, and Jacquelyn Mallard – Auto Collision Repair; Sherina Foster – Business Management; Rhea Armentrout, Sheena Crosby, Karena Green, Ashley Lynch, and Tracy Smith – Cosmetology; Shaneka Little – Early Childcare and Education; Alvin Payton, Jr. – Environmental Horticulture; Austin Gittins – Game Development; Mary McCall – Opticianry; William Smith – Paramedicine; Rose Sysskind – Practical Nursing; Joseph Lucarino and Sabrina Sicoli – Radiology.

Alison Watkins, Area Director for Academic Affairs, is the NTHS advisor. To learn more about all of the student organizations, visit wiregrass.edu. The college is currently accepting new students for Spring Semester, classes start January 8.