PTK Induction Ceremony

Elliander Eldridge

Staff Writer

Each year Phi Theta Kappa sends letters to students who have met a minimum GPA of 3.5 and a minimum of 24 credit hours earned towards your degree. If the student decides to pay the one-time fee of 70.00 they will become a member of Phi Theta Kappa for as long as they continue to meet the minimum GPA. Joining can open many scholarship opportunities which would more than pay for the costs in the long run. Membership – especially active membership – tends to look very good on a resume.

This was the induction ceremony for Phi Theta Kappa at Lewis and Clark Community college on Friday October 12, 2012. The quality of the video is not the best because of where I was seated and because I was also being inducted. Note that there may have been some students joining Phi Theta Kappa who chose not to participate in the ceremony.

Video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVFw82Ktwyk&feature=colike

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