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Congratulations to the PTK Class of 2021

April, 2021

Historically each year in the month of April, QCC's Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Alpha Zeta Theta Honor Society inducts new students into its hallowed ranks. This year during a virtual induction ceremony PTK inducted 240 students, its largest group of new members. Currently there are 555 active PTK members.

“The new PTK Class of 2021 supersedes the Class of 2020, as the largest in our history,” said Bonnie Coleman, manager for Student Resources and PTK’s Advisor. “We are happy to celebrate this terrific accomplishment of every new PTK member.”

Each year the new PTK officers are elected by their peers and will remain in their roles until a new group of officers is elected the following year. 

The 2021 officers were installed in their positions during the induction ceremony and include:

  • President Tabitha Leber
  • Vice President of Leadership Francis Seme
  • Vice President of Scholarship Tina Massaglia
  • Treasurer Lucas Sicard
  • Secretary Cora Gauthier
  • Officer-at Large Christina Duggan
  • Officer-at-Large Christine Mensah
  • Greenhouse Manager Tabitha Leber
  • Assistant Greenhouse Manager Corinne Marquardt
  • Assistant Greenhouse Manager Alex Oliveira

PTK offers many benefits that include: 

  • Up to $90 million in scholarships
  • Fellowship
  • Alumni benefits to always stay connected with QCC
  • Professional and leadership skills
  • Exploration of numerous career pathways
  • A network of over 3.5 million PTK members around the world
  • Letters of recommendation to assist in getting into 4-year colleges and universities
  • Access to over $4.6 million in transfer scholarships to over 800 colleges and universities

The American Association of Community Colleges has named Phi Theta Kappa the official honor society for two-year colleges. PTK is the only such honor society with this distinction.For more information on PTK and QCC's Alpha Zeta Theta Chapter, visit PTK Honor Society.

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