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Congratulations to the PTK Class of 2020

April, 2020
  • 2020-2021 Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Zeta Theta Officers
    2020-2021 Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Zeta Theta Officers
  • PTK Student Amber Comptois and her fitness team group recently got together to offer some words of advice and encouragement.
    PTK Student Amber Comptois and her fitness team group recently got together to offer some words of advice and encouragement.

It’s the annual changing of the guard for QCC’s Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Alpha Zeta Theta Honor Society chapter. Each year during the month of April, PTK holds its annual induction ceremony, as well as announcing its officer elections for the coming year. However, what a difference a year can make! While the induction ceremony is canceled for this year due to the coronavirus, this year marks the 40th year the Alpha Theta Zeta chapter has been inducting students. From its humble start of inducting 11 students in its first year as a chapter, to this year welcoming a historic 224 to the ranks.

“This is our largest group ever,” said PTK Advisor Bonnie Coleman. “This is a true testament of the incredible work our students do and we are thrilled to welcome so many this year into the chapter.”

Incoming Alpha Zeta Theta Officers elected for 2020-2021 include PTK students:

  • President: Alexander Riopel, a Business Administration major
  • Vice President of Leadership: Tabitha Leber, a General Studies Elementary Education / Early Childhood major. Ms. Leber was also elected the Greenhouse Manager, a role she held last year.
  • Vice President of Scholarship: Yash Batra, an early college student in his senior year
  • Recording Secretary: Tymannie Isales-Santos, an Interactive Media major
  • Officer at Large: Armela Xhindale, an Engineering, Biomedical Engineering major
  • Officer at Large: Cynthia Ramirez, a General Studies Health Care major
  • Officer at Large: Kristen M. Peters, a Business Administration / Logistics Supply major
  • Officer at Large: Sowmya Gontla, whose major is currently undeclared

“Every person who has gained acceptance into this prestigious group has the ability to make a difference on campus and that’s why I am excited to be faced with the opportunity to help us all fulfill our potential,” said Mr. Riopel. “This group of people is one of the most special on our campus and it is important to me to make sure we are each heading in the right directions.”

To learn more, visit PTK Honor Society.

 

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