Students selected for NTHS

Congratulations to the newest members of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)—Eric Glosser, Ashley Snyder and Kaylee Hesson.

Kaylee Hesson.

The tapping ceremony for the fall membership was Tuesday, Nov. 29. The students were quietly taken out of class, blindfolded and led around the building by current NTHS members. They then removed their blindfolds and were presented a note congratulating them.  They were served light refreshments. The formal fall induction ceremony will be Monday, December 5 at 7pm in the Auditorium.

In the spring there will be another tapping and induction ceremony. NTHS is America’s highest award of excellence in career and technical education. It is a nationally recognized organization for promoting excellence in workforce education to meet the demands of today’s quality driven businesses and industries.

Ashley Snyder.

Fewer than two percent of America’s secondary students are nominated for membership into this prestigious organization. The purposes of National Technical Honor Society are:


  • To promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership at the CDC and in the community.
  • To reward scholastic achievements in a program of academic and modern technical education.
  • To assist members in their pursuit of career and educational goals
  • New NTHS member Eric Glosser, center.

    To help build and maintain a stronger, more positive image of technical education and the CDC.
  • To encourage the practice of high standards of personal and professional conduct and individual responsibility.
  • To advance the growth and ideals of the Society through the educational community.

To learn more about NTHS visit:




Tri-Rivers Career Center and Center for Adult Education
2222 Marion-Mt. Gilead Rd. Marion, Oh 43302 • 740-389-4681 • Fax: 740-389-2963