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SBC Ft. Lauderdale Student is Awarded Scholarship during the NTHS Induction Ceremony

April 28, 2015 SBC-Fort Lauderdale, General 0 Comments

Sanford-Brown Ft. Lauderdale Student is Awarded Scholarship during the NTHS Induction CeremonyOn Thursday, April 23, 2015, the SBC Ft. Lauderdale Campus celebrated the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) Induction Ceremony. Students, faculty, staff, and family were in attendance to celebrate the induction of the new NTHS members.

The NTHS Induction Ceremony was organized by the NTHS Ft. Lauderdale Chapter Advisors: Director of Education Claudette Johnson, General Education Program Director Liz Rothstein, and Librarian Salena Coller.

Medical Assistant Program Director Clyde Ramsumair and the Dental Assisting Program Director Dr. Enrique Menendez assisted the NTHS Ft. Lauderdale Chapter Advisors with the pinning the NTHS members.

Nishana Mangalie was awarded a $1000 scholarship from the National Technical Honor Society. Mangalie is a student enrolled in the Medical Assisting Certificate Program and plans on graduating in August of 2015. Nishana Mangalie was one of 175 outstanding students to receive a $1000 Jon H. Poteat Scholarship.

NTHS is the leader in recognizing student achievement in career and technical education. More than 3800 schools and colleges are affiliated with the Society. Since its founding in 1984, it has recognized more than 750,000 remarkable CTE students and awarded over $1,000,000 in scholarships. You can visit for more information.


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