Outstanding CIT Students Earn National Technical Honor Society Induction

Collage of photos from the 2024 NTHS Induction Ceremony.

WINTERVILLE—Pitt Community College’s new National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) chapter inducted its first members during a May 6 ceremony in the G.H. Leslie Building auditorium.

Seven students, representing six PCC Construction and Industrial Technology (CIT) programs, earned NTHS Chapter 5120 membership this week, based on skill development and academic achievement in CIT courses. They were:

  • Ryan A. Borunda (Building Construction Technology)
  • Dean M. Froelich (Building Construction Technology)
  • William H. James (Electronics Engineering Technology)
  • Dalton T. Marshall (Electrical Systems Technology/Industrial Systems Technology)
  • Jordon A. Sink (Electrical Systems Technology)
  • Barrie A. Smith (Mechanical Engineering Technology)
  • Lyndsay N. Williams (Architectural Technology)

According to PCC Electronics Engineering Program Coordinator Prentice Tyndall, who advises Chapter 5120, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher and exhibit excellent moral character for NTHS induction. He said they must also be recommended and officially nominated for the honor society by a PCC faculty or staff member.

Since 1984, NTHS has been the honor society for Career & Technical Education, serving high schools, career centers, community and technical colleges, and universities. The organization recognizes more than 50,000 new members annually in its mission to advocate for and empower all students to pursue the technical and academic skills needed to build careers and a skilled global workforce.

For more information regarding PCC’s NTHS chapter, contact Tyndall at (252) 493-7511 or pltyndall847@my.pittcc.edu.