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  1. BETA IOTA RHO CHAPTER NEW MEMBER INFORMATION SESSION Dr. Stephen A. Housenick – Oct. 28, 2014

  2. WHO WE ARE

  3. PHI THETA KAPPA • Phi Theta Kappa is the officialInternational Honor Society for two-year colleges. • Incorporated in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa is now the largest honor society in American higher education. • It has more than • 2 million members • 1,200 chapters NOT a fraternity/sorority

  4. BETA IOTA RHO • Beta Iota Rhois the local chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Luzerne County Community College, chartered on December 12, 2000. • We are a 5-STAR chapter • We are a TOP 100 chapter • We earned a HALLMARK AWARD for our HIAP • President Leary: SHIRLEY GORDON award • Dr. Housenick: PARAGON ADVISOR award

  5. membership

  6. REQUIREMENTS • A student must: • have a GPA of 3.5 or better • be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours at LCCC during Fall or Spring Semesters • have completed 12 hours or more of transfer-level courses Membership is Invitation Only

  7. BENEFITS • As members of Phi Theta Kappa, students receive: • Eligibility for scholarships • including completion scholarships to assist finishing associate’s degree • & many excellent transfer scholarshipsto four-year universities over $37 million each year

  8. BENEFITS • As members of Phi Theta Kappa, students receive: • Soft skills development: • opportunities for leadership, organization, scholarship, fellowship, community service • The right to wear honor regalia at graduation: • the gold and blue cords • the Golden Stole and tassel

  9. BENEFITS • As members of Phi Theta Kappa, students receive: • Letters of Recommendation • Phi Theta Kappa certificate, transcript notation • Phi Theta Kappa diploma seal • A Golden Key pin • Subscription to Society publications • Press releases

  10. FEES • $65 • 1-time only fee • no further monetary obligations • $55 to PTK • $5 to region • $5 to chapter

  11. SCHOLARSHIPS

  12. SCHOLARSHIPS • Available completionscholarships • Over $37 million in transferscholarships • More than 700 colleges & universities • Free Access to scholarship search engines • College Fish.org • PTK scholarships • listed by state • listed by scholarship

  13. SCHOLARSHIPS • Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship • Hites Transfer Scholarship • Guistewhite Scholarship • Leaders of Promise award • All-USA Academic teams • All-State Academic Team (PA)

  14. SCHOLARSHIPS • LOCAL Schools offering PTK scholarships: • Wilkes University • Marywood University • Misericordia University • Keystone College

  15. SCHOLARSHIPS • NEARBY Schools offering PTK scholarships: • Albright College • Dickinson College • Lebanon Valley • Philadelphia University • St. Joseph’s University • Villanova University

  16. SCHOLARSHIPS • Beta Iota Rho scholarship recipients: • Marc Incitti, Mary Buckley, Katie Smith, Emily Lynch, Leah Kowalski, David Fox, Tara Warnig, Merissa Sims • All-Pennsylvania Academic Team award • Stephen Swicklick • LCCC's 2010 Outstanding Graduate Award • David Fox • LCCC's 2013 Outstanding Graduate Award • HitesTransfer Scholarship (1 of 7 in the nation!)

  17. hallmarks

  18. FOUR HALLMARKS The Four Hallmarks of PTK are • Scholarship • Leadership • Fellowship • Service

  19. HALLMARKS in ACTION • Scholarship: • Honors Study topics • Honors in Action projects • Honors seminars • Honors Institute

  20. HALLMARKS in ACTION • Fellowship: • Networking • Chapter meetings • Chapter events • Regional meetings • Annual conventions

  21. HALLMARKS in ACTION • Service: • Chapter events, fundraisers, community service • Recent Events: • Honors in Action Project • Alzheimer’s disease @ Birchwood • Relay for Life • Park clean up • 2011 flood relief – winter weather wear drive

  22. HALLMARKS in ACTION • Leadership: • Active participation in the local chapter • Serving as chapter officer

  23. OFFICERS • Chapter President: Rosemary Salamone • Chapter President: Jamie Derr • VP Service: Ariel Harro • VP Leadership: open • VP Fellowship: Kierney Hess • VP Scholarship: Vicki Washick • Recording Secretary: Stephanie Swartz • Treasurer: open

  24. involvement

  25. LEVEL of INVOLVEMENT • What you can. • When you can. • If you can. • No mandatory activity. • This isn’t a CD club or a checking account. • If you pay your fee & do nothing else, you remain a member.

  26. LEVEL of INVOLVEMENT • Still, Service & Fellowship are 2 of our 4 Hallmarks, so we welcome your contributions. • Bake something for a bake sale. • Sell wrist bands for our Relay for Life team. • Donate books or clothes to one of our drives. • Share great ideas for great club activities. • Communicate with members electronically.

  27. applying

  28. APPLYING • 3 Ways to Apply: • Mail to Dr. H • Slip under his office door (#924-W) • Accept, apply, & pay online @ ptk.org

  29. BEST WISHES • Whether or not your join PTK, • on your impressive academic achievement • and keep up the hard work !

  30. The end