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SC4 inducts 35 students into its chapter of Phi Theta Kappa international honor society

St. Clair County Community College inducted 35 students from communities across the region into its Lambda Mu chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society during a special ceremony on Friday, April 12, in the SC4 College Center.

Phi Theta Kappa is a premier honor society recognizing the academic achievement of community college students to grow as scholars and leaders. The society is made up of more than 3.5 million members and nearly 1,300 chapters in 10 countries.

SC4’s Lambda Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa was chartered in April 1961. Since its beginning, the chapter has received numerous honors, including recognition as the top U.S. chapter at Phi Theta Kappa’s International Convention in 2000.

“When you join Phi Theta Kappa, you join the largest honor society in the world,” said Angela Heiden, Lambda Mu chapter advisor. “Phi Theta Kappa is so much more than just an honor society. It is a chance for students to gain leadership skills, earn scholarships and give back to their community.”

The winter 2019 inductees to the Lambda Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa are:

•  Kimberly Adolph — Columbus
•  Kateland Baker — Croswell
•  Megan Baltierra — Richmond
•  Abigail Bringard — Lakeport
•  Lisa Campbell — Port Huron
•  Colette Carlsen — St. Clair
•  Alyson Chisholm — Melvin
•  Amanda Connelly — Chesterfield
•  Elijah Coulter — Port Huron
•  Jack Demara — Almont
•  Jaden Dunn — Fort Gratiot
•  Jennifer Dupuis —Lapeer
•  Max Erikson — Port Huron
•  Patricia Forrester — Kimball
•  Chelsea Frost — Cottrellville
•  Phillip Hill — Port Huron
•  Destinee Jaekel — Fort Gratiot
•  Abigail Kaufman — Brown City
•  Janie Lacroix —Marine City
•  Shane Lentz — Carsonville
•  Brett Leuffgen — Clay
•  Kelly Long — Marysville
•  Kaylee McKillop — Marysville
•  Kacey Nowaczyk — Bruce Twp.
•  Neve Owens — Melvin
•  Jesse Prevost — Port Huron
•  Katelyn Robbins — Fort Gratiot
•  Caio Rodrigues — Port Huron
•  Tait Sapienza — Marine City
•  Rachel Schmaltz — Marysville
•  Heather Swearingen — Marine City
•  Mercedes Thomas — Marysville
•  Charles Ward — Marine City
•  Levi Woycehoski — Grant Twp.
•  Nole Woycehoski — Grant Twp.

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