Forty oneNorth Central Missouri College students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society for the Spring 2018 semester.
Those members include: Allison Batson (Princeton); Billie Dee Birge, (Princeton); Kalee Black, (Savannah); Jesse Blakely, (Chillicothe); Tonya Carter, (Mooresville); Austin Dotson, (Cameron); Keri Gott, (Trenton); Payton Greiwe, (Madison); Shambree Hagan, (Princeton), Rachel Marmaud, (St. Joseph); Alissa Maloney, (Macon); Enrique Madera (Willemstad, Curacao); Ana Lopez, (Milan); Olivia Lauhoff, (Chillicothe); Kylei Lamp, (Princeton); Madison Keim, (Kirksville and Queen City); Emily Kasinger, (Trenton); Andrea Hill, (Milan); Calvin Heidenwith, (Unionville), Mahely Matamoros, (Honduras); Broghan Monaghan, (Kansas City, MO); Skylar Mullikin, (Chillicothe); Avery Myers, (Bethany); Bryer Noe, (Mercer); Dillon Parrack, (Trenton); Pharon Pilgrim, (Willemstad-Curacao); Isaiah Prebe, (Edina); Ariel Propes, (Lawson), Julia Minnis, (Chillicothe); Adam Rice, (Chillicothe); Nicole Richardson, (Willemstad-Curacao); Jaran Richman, (Hamilton); Jayden Roeder, (Trenton); Jamee Scearce, (Gower); Abbie Shuler, (Trenton); Mary Simpson, (Trenton); Stevie Sollars, (Breckenridge); Kamron Stephenson, (Milan); Maelaina VanFossen, (Chillicothe); Mickenzey Willey, (Trenton); and Gabriel Reichert, (Brunswick)
NCMC PTK advisors are Maryellen Harman and Megan Pester.
“PTK is the world’s largest and most prestigious honor society for two-year college students.” To be eligible, students must be enrolled in an accredited institution offering an associate degree, completed at least 12 credit hours, have a 3.50 GPA or above, receive an invitation to join and adhere to the moral standards of the society. To learn more about the PTK program, visit www.ptk.org