Salem Community College’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa international honor society held its 27th annual induction ceremony this spring. The SCC Alpha Pi Omega chapter has now inducted 1,342 students since 1991.
The following inductees are listed by hometown:
Carneys Point: Emory Blemings, Joseph Didonna, Casey Gibson, Laura Green, Baxter McCoy, Alyssa Palverento, Vincent Wilson
Clarksboro: Stephanie Quinn
Cumberland, Maine: Samuel Perlmutter
Deptford: Dennis Caltagirone
Elmer: Charles Hitchner, Rachel Seykot
Franklinville: Shannon Shope
Hancocks Bridge: Michael Scioli
Hockessin, Del.: Andrew Dolan
Honeoye Falls, N.Y.: Jesse Bacon
Keene, N.H.: Leah Prevost
New Castle, Del: Walidah Muhammad
Penns Grove: Savannah Campbell, Tristan Erney, Deric Hocknell, Kurt Kleindienst, Bryant Lee, Amanda Newmuis, Anaiah Walker
Pennsville: Paige Buza, Courtney Colletti, Brianna DiPietro, Jurist Hardy, Kody Leptien, Cooper Maddocks, James Peel, Kelsey Pendleton, Gabrielle Raymond, Sabrina Sams, Carly Strickland, Alyssa Von Ahnen
Pittsgrove: Brandon Criss, Hannah Gibbs, Julianna Matlack
Quinton: Jeremy Scull
Rosenhayn: Alvin Pierce
Salem: Zachary Allison, Christina Brown, Darcey Falen, Ian McKee, Brenna Samuels, Brooke Samuels
Westampton: Kevin Singer
Willingboro: Antoine Hawkes
Woodstown: Amy Wallace
Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for two-year colleges. Its purpose is to recognize and promote academic achievement among students, provide opportunities for leadership training for college students, encourage personal growth and foster fellowship among its members. Membership, based on grade point average, is by invitation.
Caption: Salem Community College’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa international honor society held its 27th annual induction ceremony. Since 1991, SCC’s Alpha Pi Omega chapter has inducted 1,342 students.