YCCC is pleased to announce the new members of its Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. The purpose of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society recognizes and encourage scholarship among associate degree students. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunities for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate to exchange ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.
Phi Theta Kappa membership is extended to YCCC students who have completed at least 12 hours of course work with a minimum 3.5-grade point average.
Congratulations to: Tamara Ackerman, Sanford; Chanelle Areola, Sanford; Faith Barrett, Shapleigh; Ivy Bateman, Portland; Jennifer Beattie, Shapleigh; James Black, Ogunquit; Sarah Bohan, Kennebunk ; Kylie Campbell, Kennebunk; Nina Cesario, North Berwick; Casey Clark, Auburn ; Jennifer Cole, Shapleigh; Rachel Fletcher, Alred; Amanda Foster, Biddeford; Hannah Gagnon; Saco; Desiree’ Harris, Orono; Kiersten Hauschild, North Waterboro; Heather Lawrence, Sanford; Abigail Lord, Kennebunkport; Matthew McIntyre, Kittery; Pamela Meads, Kennebunk; Megan Milburn, York; Adam Miller, Kennebunk; Ella Moya, Berwick; Melissa Pelletier, Old Orchard Beach; Amy Raymond, North Waterboro; Johanna Ruggs, Springvale; Matthew Ryan, Biddeford; Alyssa Sansoucy, Alfred; Katryna Smith, Sanford; Demitri Stern Saco; Destiny Tasker, Berwick; Rory Thibeau, Berwick; Arie Thompson, York; Cheyanna Torres, Kittery; Hannah Tufts, Wells; Andrew Usher, Buxton; Trisha Welch, Sanford; Katherine Wilder, South Berwick; Isaac Young, Saco.
Phi Theta Kappa has been recognizing academic achievement in two-year colleges since 1918. Phi Theta Kappa has chartered over 1,300 chapters and has inducted more than 3.5 million members. Phi Theta Kappa chapters are located on campuses in all fifty of the United States, Canada, U.S. territories, and military installations abroad. It is the only internationally acclaimed honor society serving institutions that offer associate degree programs.
Two-year college presidents and administrators of associate degree programs in four-year schools have continually recognized membership in Phi Theta Kappa as an honor and a privilege. Membership is given added significance by the fact that the society is recognized by the American Association of Community Colleges as the official general honor society for two-year colleges.
More information about Phi Theta Kappa can be found at www.ptk.org.