Our official meeting times are Fridays at 10 am every other week. There is a meeting this week on the 21st, so it will be alternating Fridays after that. The working meetings are held on the off-weeks on Thursdays. Times for the working meetings will be decided at the upcoming meeting on Friday. Hope to see you all there!
The Phi Theta Kappa Common Scholarships allows members to apply for multiple scholarship opportunities with just one application. Scholarship opportunities for which members may apply are listed first followed by additional opportunities which are in order by application time period.
The 2014 Spring Scholarship application deadline is April 30th.
The available scholarships and information on the application process can be found at:
For the past year, our local chapter has been visiting our communities elders at the Greenbriar Home. This has been very rewarding for both the residents as well as our students. Sometimes we play bingo, sometimes we just talk and other times we play music. You never know what kind of fun you’ll have. The next visit to Greenbriar is Sunday, April 13th at 1:30. Hope to see you there!
Phi Theta Kappa has been spreading holiday cheer this December to residents at area nursing homes and assisted living facilities. After handing out holiday cards and jingle bells, we sing a few songs with the residents often joining in. The effort is so worthwhile, seeing the smiles on their faces, and how much they enjoy singing along with us.
One more chance to join us. .. . Monday, December 10th at 6:00 pm at Meadow Ridge, 1700 Jefferson Street. Look for info on a carpool from campus at about 5:15.
We would like to welcome the students who accepted an invitation to join Phi Theta Kappa this fall:
NEW Members — Fall 2012
Being part of an organization such as Phi Theta Kappa is an honor, but it sometimes seems like a double-edged sword. While we had to be good students to earn an invitation to join, we have to remain good students to continue. And sometimes, when the end of the semester is fast approaching, one more obligation might feel like just too much. Why would anyone want to volunteer their time to tutor at the library, sing to senior citizens, plant a garden or clean up a highway? After all, we have HOMEWORK to do!!
Why? Because, at the end of the day, it is what we do that makes us who we are. Our chapter has an emphasis on leadership and service to our own local community. Our local chapter, right here, is where my seemingly small contribution can make a big difference. My contribution can have an affect on peoples’ lives here on campus and in the community. What I do, my actions, commitment and follow-through will make a difference in my life as well. I encourage all of our new inductees to get involved in at least one opportunity with the local chapter. Working together, we can make a difference.
2012 President, Phi Theta Kappa, Beta Kappa Eta Chapter.
Our PTK chapter President James Olrick was nominated and is being recognized as part of All-USA Academic Team. Nominations are based on outstanding academic performance and service to the college and community.