MVCTC students tapped for NTHS


ENGLEWOOD — Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) inducted 60 students into National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) on Sunday, March 20, 2016. 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.

• Christopher Benge (Tippecanoe) enrolled in the Veterinary Science program at MVCTC chose to honor as his most significant educators, Mr. Larry Seibel (agriculture instructor) and from Tippecanoe. Christopher is the son of Christopher and Cary Benge of Tipp City.

• Logan Dickison (Milton-Union) enrolled in the Natural Resource Management program at MVCTC chose to honor as his most significant educators, Mr. Mike Mullen (Natural Resource Management Instructor) and Mr. Dana Dickison from Milton Union. Logan is the son of Dana Dickison and Teri Dickison of Pleasant Hill.

• Alyssa Eakins (Miami East) enrolled in the Health Careers Academy program at MVCTC chose to honor as DO NOT SHARE most significant educators, Mrs. Amber Schmid (Social Studies Instructor) and Ms. Meghan Arnold from Miami East.

• Lillian Goffinet (Tippecanoe) enrolled in the Health Careers Academy program at MVCTC chose to honor as her most significant educators, Mr. Jon Baumhauer (MVCTC Counselor) and Ms. Andrea Becker from Tippecanoe. Lillian is the daughter of Brad and Crystal Smith of Tipp City.

• Scot Kirby (Miami East) enrolled in the Sports Management & Marketing program at MVCTC chose to honor as his most significant educators, Mr. Zach Gueth (Sport Management & Marketing Instructor) and Mr. David Scott from Miami East. Scot is the son of Steve and Mandy Kirby of Laura.

• Nicholas Wheeler (Milton-Union) enrolled in the Natural Resource Management program at MVCTC chose to honor as his most significant educators, Mr. Mike Mullen (Natural Resource Management Instructor) and Mr. Luke Kinninger from Milton-Union. Nicholas is the son of Glen Wheeler of Columbus and Jeremy & Wendy Heisey of West Milton.

For more information about MVCTC, 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.

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