NAHC PTK inducts seven new members

JACKSON – The Alpha Iota Kappa Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa installed three officers and inducted  for the spring semester.

From left, Vice President Kyla Tyler, of Byram; President Caleb Phillips, of Crystal Springs; and Secretary/Treasurer Kandis Obrien, of Pearl. All are Associate Degree Nursing students.

Officers were, from left, vice president Kyla Tyler, of Byram; president Caleb Phillips, of Crystal Springs; and secretary/treasurer Kandis Obrien, of Pearl. All are Associate Degree Nursing students.

From left, Robin Hayes, of Ridgeland; D;Asia Buie, of Madison; Cassidy Shelby, of Byram; Carisha London, of Vicksburg; MEgan Turner, of Pearl; Samerria Brooks, of Jackson; Keisha Hoover, of Byram. Not Pictured, Brian Staley, of Brandon.

 

Inductees included, from left, Robin Hayes, of Ridgeland; D;Asia Buie, of Madison; Cassidy Shelby, of Byram; Carisha London, of Vicksburg; Megan Turner, of Pearl; Samerria Brooks, of Jackson; Keisha Hoover, of Byram. Not pictured was inductee, Brian Staley, of Brandon.

Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of two-year colleges and academic programs. It is based in Jackson and has more than 2 million members in more than 1,250 chapters worldwide.