HCC 12 2

HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (12/2/17) — Hopkinsville Community College inducted 25 students into the fifth class of the college’s local chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success recently. Inductees included:

· Robin Blake, Sharon Grove

· Joseph Brand, Cadiz

· Gabrielle Dooley, Hopkinsville

· Carmen Embrey, Hopkinsville

· Kirsten Graham, Clarksville, Tennessee

· Joseph Harris, Jr., Hopkinsville

· Demetrius Hobbs, Clarksville

· Lisa Houghtaling, Clarksville

· Kristine Janis, Hopkinsville

· Kaitlyn Johnson, Clarksville

· Shannon Kitchens, Hopkinsville

· Sherri Lehmbeck, Clarksville

· Tishe Lewis, Trenton

· Christopher McFarland, Clarksville

· Terry Miller, Clarksville

· Chance Oliver, Dawson Springs

· Tracey Pedersen, Hopkinsville

· Courtney Plesha, Hopkinsville

· Tabitha Rawlins, Hopkinsville

· Ricky Shaw, Hopkinsville

· Alex Torres, Hopkinsville

· Brandon Tubbs, Hopkinsville

· April Webber, Hopkinsville

· Jasmine Wharton, Cadiz

· Justin Womack, Pembroke

Robin Blake, Joseph Harris Jr. and Kristine Janis were recognized for not only completing the minimum steps toward induction, but for going above and beyond to achieve the National Engaged Leader Award. These Society members participated in additional Society programs and community service events to receive this special honor.

To be eligible for the leadership development program, students must have completed 30 credit hours and maintained a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA. Once inducted, the students are required to remain enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours each semester. 90 HCC students have been inducted since the Society’s inception in Fall 2015.

NSLS operates under the theme “Building Leaders Who Make a Better World” and represents the nation’s largest leadership development honor society. With 586 chapters, the Society currently has 804,581 members nationwide www.societyleadership.org.

“The program gives our students access to high-quality leadership development materials,” stated founding NSLS Chapter Advisor and HCC Career and Transfer Coordinator Kanya Allen. “The materials include leadership training videos, six annual speaker broadcasts, orientation workshops and a valuable leadership development curriculum.”

According to HCC Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Jason Warren, the college formed the local NSLS chapter in 2015 after consulting with multiple community colleges in other states. “NSLS helps us develop student leaders who are inspired to get involved with groups such as Student Government Association (SGA) and one or more of HCC’s 22 active student organizations on campus,” Warren added. “Some even go on to gain acceptance in to the official honor society of two-year colleges nationally, Phi Theta Kappa (PTK).

SurfKY News
Information provided by Rena Young

sitelogosm© Copyright 2008 - 2018 SurfKY News Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
This material may not be published, broadcast, or rewritten without permission.

Click here to subscribe to receive daily updates by email.

Most Read This Week...

Oct 22, 2018 5336

UPDATE: Woman, Infant Die of Smoke Inhalation Preliminary Investigation Finds

by Rita Dukes Smith, SurfKY News Director
Oct 20, 2018 4752

MPD Responds to Vehicle vs Pedestrian Incident

by Doreen Dennis, SurfKY News
Oct 21, 2018 2242

Marching Maroons Advance to State Competition

by Doreen Dennis, SurfKY News
Oct 22, 2018 1292

Mark Pogue to Receive Time Dealer of Year Award

by SurfKY News
Oct 22, 2018 1252

Car, Bike Show to Benefit Beechmont Cancer Patient

by Rita Dukes Smith, SurfKY News Director
Oct 22, 2018 1222

Woman Accused of Trying to Take Drugs into GRCC

by Rita Dukes Smith, SurfKY News Director
Oct 21, 2018 1137

OUTDOOR TRUTHS: Driving Force is Jesus

by SurfKY News
Oct 20, 2018 1095

Apollo Dismantles Marshall County, 50-7

by Steve LeMaster
Oct 20, 2018 1094

Maroons Outlast Christian County, 15-12

by Steve LeMaster
Oct 20, 2018 1065

Red Devils Ground Graves County, Claim District Title

by Steve LeMaster


Most Read This Month

Oct 17, 2018 51927

UPDATE: Dawson Springs Man Claims $1 Million Lotto Prize

by Doreen Dennis, SurfKY News

Weather brought to you by

°F | °C
Partly Cloudy
Humidity: 90%
Partly Cloudy
42 | 67
5 | 19
Partly Cloudy
38 | 58
3 | 14
41 | 53
5 | 11
Mostly Cloudy
46 | 53
7 | 11

Stories Trending Today

Mark Pogue
Oct 22, 2018 1292

Mark Pogue to Receive Time Dealer of Year Award

by SurfKY News
basic football3 300
Oct 22, 2018 195

High School Football Polls Released Following Week 9

by Steve LeMaster

Market Report

Market Report brought to you by