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Transitional Studies Inducts 34 into NAEHS

The Pitt Community College Transitional Studies Department inducted 34 students into the National Adult Education Honor Society (NAEHS) on May 1, during a ceremony in the G.H. Leslie Building auditorium.

WINTERVILLE—The Pitt Community College Transitional Studies Department inducted 34 students into the National Adult Education Honor Society (NAEHS) on May 1, during a ceremony in the G.H. Leslie Building auditorium.

According to PCC Director of Transitional Studies Laurie Weston, Transitional Studies faculty and staff nominate students for NAEHS induction each semester. She said less than five percent of adult education students achieve the honor, which recognizes students who have shown commitment, dedication, positive attitudes, great attendance and initiative in PCC’s Adult Basic, English Language Acquisition, and Adult Secondary programs.

“This honor is something our students can include in job applications as well as scholarship applications for postsecondary training,” Weston said. “We are very proud of this group.”

Weston said family and friends of this semester’s inductees nearly filled the auditorium to capacity. Support from loved ones, she noted, is crucial and makes a lasting, positive impact on the honorees.

All NAEHS members receive a Certificate of Membership suitable for framing, an NAEHS lapel pin, and a letter of recommendation they can attach to job applications. They also receive a letter of recommendation to submit with scholarship applications, should they opt to pursue postsecondary education.


05/15/2017