National Technical Honor Society

Open to all students in degree and diploma programs, this national honor society is service oriented with a focus on helping other students through activities such as tutoring or mentoring and assisting families in the local community who have special needs. Students must have completed 25 hours with a 3.5 Grade Point Average.

Lakeshia Seals
Phone: (404) 297-9522 ext. 1297

Pi Theta Kappa

An international honor society for two-year institutions offering associate degree programs. Candidates for membership must have completed 40 quarter hours of associate degree work with a Grade Point Average of 3.5, adhere to the school conduct code, and possess recognized qualities of citizenship. Phi Theta Kappa’s purpose is the promotion of scholarships, the development of leadership and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students.

Telicia Palmer
Phone: (404) 297-9522 ext. 3215

Lambda Epsilon Chi

Lambda Epsilon Chi recognizes students who have demonstrated superior academic performance in an established program of paralegal/legal assistant studies offered at an institution that is in good standing of the American Association for Paralegal Education. Students must complete no less than two-thirds of the program requirements with an overall grade point average of at least 3.25, plus a grade point average in their paralegal courses of at least 3.50 in order to be considered for admission to the society.

Kye Haymore
Phone: (404) 297-9522 ext. 5300

Student Activities Highlights

National Technical Honors Society

Georgia Piedmont Tech National Technical Honors Society Chapter President, Natasha James, received the 3rd place Citizenship Award. The recognition is based on chapter involvement and community service project at the NTHS State Conference in Atlanta.

Phi Beta Lambda

Phi Beta Lambda Second Place State Winners, Natasha James and Jackie Durgan. The two ladies also represented GPTC at the National convention in Atlanta, GA.