CCRI’s International Honor Society Chapter announces new Leadership Team
July 24, 2020
Pi Omicron, the CCRI chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society (PTK), recently announced its student leadership team for the 2020-2021 academic year:
- Alicia Vallette, of West Warwick, was elected President.
- Ryk McIntyre, of Providence, was elected Vice President of Scholarship and will chair the Scholarship Committee.
- Julia Plante, of Warwick, was elected Vice President of Leadership and will chair the Leadership Committee.
- Brittany Kenney, of Cumberland, was elected Vice President of Service and will serve as a member of the Scholarship Committee.
- Maggie Quinlan, of Cranston, was elected Vice President of Fellowship and will serve as a member of the Scholarship Committee.
This new officer team will lead chapter activities and events throughout the upcoming school year, working collaboratively to fulfill one of PTK’s primary missions: to further develop student members’ skills in the areas of scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service.
Phi Theta Kappa is a one hundred-year-old international honor society that recognizes the most academically successful students at community colleges and two-year technical institutions throughout the United States and abroad. It offers its members many tangible benefits, not the least of which is exclusive access to millions of dollars of scholarship money. To be eligible for membership in Pi Omicron, a matriculating student must have 21-60 earned credits in a degree or certificate program at CCRI with a 3.75 GPA or above.
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