National Technical Honor Society
NTHS is the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education. Thousands of schools and colleges are affiliated with the society. Member schools agree that NTHS encourages higher scholastic achievement, cultivates a desire for personal excellence and helps top students find success in today's highly competitive workplace.
Candidates must have a 3.0 overall GPA with a 3.25 in their major. There are optional service projects that members may be asked to participate in; such as spring/fall litter cleanups, the Cove Lake Polar Bear Plunge fundraiser for Special Olympics and United Way's Stuff the Bus.
What do students receive?
Full-time students inducted as NTHS members are eligible to apply for scholarships through the NTHS website! NTHS members receive: the NTHS custom certificate, presentation folder, member pin, ID card, window decal, white graduation tassel, official NTHS diploma seal and customized general letter of recommendation for the student's career portfolio.Once the student logs in, they may request up to three personal letters of recommendation for employment, college admission or scholarship committees and gain access to our Online Career Center, including these valuable services: Career Safe and Career Key.
How much does it cost?
The membership fee per student is $30, which is a one-time fee. Students do not need to renew their membership. They may also transfer their membership at no charge to another charter member school once they have met the criteria that school has established.
How to join?
Invitations from the NTHS advisor will be sent to all eligible students' school emails after Fall semester grades post. The Induction ceremony is held in March/April of each year. Students can inquire about membership, without receiving an invitation, from May through December. Once a student has paid their dues, NTHS will send out an email for them to finish their application process. This application must be finished before the student is considered a member.
Check out the website for more information! www.nths.org
Occupational Codes Form (needed for a question on application)
Kristie Moore, Librarian