WCC Students Inducted into the National Technical Honor Society

Ethel Baker
April 20, 2021
Financial News
April 20, 2021

WCC Students Inducted into the National Technical Honor Society

 

WCC Students Inducted into the National Technical Honor Society

 

WILKESBORO, N.C. – Wilkes Community College congratulates the 2021 National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) inductees. Students who are enrolled in a vocational or technical degree or diploma, maintain a 3.5 GPA, and have completed 24 or more credit hours can earn membership in the NTHS. students must exhibit the qualities of honesty, responsibility, dependability, ability to work with others, leadership, and good citizenship.

2021 National Technical Honor Society inductees from the Applied Career Technologies Division:

Applied Animal Science Technology – Paul Cooper, Elkin; Kristi Drake, West Jefferson; and Isaac Edmiston, Moravian Falls

Building Construction Technology – Dayshia Cowles, North Wilkesboro

Electronics and Computer Engineering – Kelly Hamby, Ferguson

Horticulture Science Technology – Luke Blake, North Wilkesboro; Brandi Falder, Statesville;

Sierra Hall, Hiddenite; and David Milam, Mooresville

2021 National Technical Honor Society inductees from the Business & Public Services Technology Division:

Accounting – Abigail Sheets, Wilkesboro; Amanda Templeton, Kernersville; and Lauren Terrell, Taylorsville

Advertising and Graphic Design – Lacey Kilby, North Wilkesboro

Business Administration – Brittany Hayes, Laurel Springs; Grayson Miller, West Jefferson; and

Kaylee Wiles, North Wilkesboro

Computer Programming – Davis Umana, North Wilkesboro

Culinary Arts – Shaina Treadaway, North Wilkesboro

Early Childhood – Rachel McCoy, Sparta; Treasa Edmiston, Moravian Falls; and Ashley Shew, North Wilkesboro

2021 National Technical Honor Society inductees from the Health Science Division:

 

Human Services Technology – Kasey Gilbert, Taylorsville; Addison Pennell, Olin; and Latashia Sheets, Boomer

 

Medical Assisting – Sharon Morales, North Wilkesboro

Radiography – Alexis Moore, Traphill

 

Wilkes Community College, a member of the North Carolina Community College System, is a public, two-year, open-door institution serving the people of Wilkes, Ashe, and Alleghany counties and beyond. Established in 1965, WCC continues to build on a strong history of meeting the educational needs and cultural interests of our students, community, and workforce. WCC prepares learners for success in a dynamic world.