On March 23, the Greater Altoona Career & Technology Center inducted the following 51 students into the National Technical Honor Society, an educational nonprofit organization that honors, recognizes and empowers students and teachers in career and technical education.
n Anastazia Barschefski, Culinary, Altoona.
n Mikylaah Bauman, cosmetology, Claysburg.
n Garrett Baumgartner, carpentry, Altoona.
n Cody Becker, computer programming, Central.
n Jarrin Butler, Computer and Networking Technology, Central.
n Devan Chrisawn, Graphic Design, Claysburg.
n Hawke Claycomb, Culinary Arts, Claysburg.
n Ian Cox, Electromechanical Engineering Technology, Altoona.
n Arrhen Gathagan, computer programming, Bellwood.
n Rebecca Gondek, multimedia wne web design, Altoona.
n Rhaya Gority, cosmetology, Tyrone.
n Aiden Gregg, IT and Network Technology, Altoona.
n Jaden Hensley, IT and Network Technology, Holidaysburg.
n Cheyenne Ickes, Retail Marketing/Entrepreneurship, Altoona.
n Michael Kienzle, Engineering Design Technologies, Bellwood.
n Alyza Lamborn, cosmetology, Altoona.
n Charles Lantz, computer programming, Altoona.
n Henry Lohsl, graphic designer, Altoona.
n Derek Long, automotive/diesel technology, Claysburg.
n Jordan McCaulley, collision repair and refinishing technology, Hollidaysburg.
n Harley McGirk, interior design and finishing, Altoona.
n Madison Musselman, dental assistant, Central.
n David Musselman, graphic design, Central.
n Morgan Newberry, cabinetry/finish carpentry, Altoona.
n Jared Nicodemus, Emergency Services, Blair County Christian.
n Zachery Noonan, Computer and Networking Technology, Altoona.
n Sydney Perino, dental assistant, Altoona.
n Destiny Roberts, emergency services, Altoona.
n Nicholas Selden, IT and Network Technology, Altoona.
n Sylvia Seymore, Emergency Services, Bishop Guilfoyle.
n Kylie Smith, dental assistant, Central.
Mikayla Stacey, emergency services, Altoona.
n Taylor Weston, Interior Design and Finishing, Central PA Digital Learning Foundation.
n Trevor Wolfe, automotive technology, Altoona.
n Travis Wolfe, Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology, Altoona.
Additionally, these students were recognized as returning members of the NTHS:
n Devyn Amigh, cosmetology, Hollidaysburg.
n Samantha Boose, Interior Decorating and Finishing, Altoona.
n Brandan Garcia, Computer and Networking Technology, Altoona.
n Caitlin Harshberger, health professions, Altoona.
n Ashlyn Holby, cosmetology, Bellwood.
n Brooke Langenbacher, interior design and technology, Hollidaysburg.
n Ryleigh Minnoia, graphic design, Altoona.
n Gabriella Musselman, Health Professions, Bellwood.
n Martha Jean Neyman, cosmetology, Glendale.
n Desiree Roberts, multimedia and web design, Altoona.
n Makayla Ross, dental assistant, Altoona.
n Trinity Vanlue, dental assistant, Altoona.
n Hannah Wilson, multimedia and web design, Altoona.
“The NTHS recognizes our top students not only for their dedication to excellence in their education at GACTC, but also for their strong character,” said Nicole Taneyhill, NTHS adviser to the GACTC.
GACTC students are first eligible for induction into the NTHS in grade 11. Requirements include 93% or higher in GACTC, 85% or higher in homeschooling, less than 10 days away, and no behavioral recommendations.
In addition to honoring top career and technology students across the country, the NTHS offers up to $300,000 in scholarships annually and helps connect education and industry to create a workforce. highly qualified.