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WHAT IS PTK?
Transcript of WHAT IS PTK?
3.5 Cumulative GPA
Enrolled in an Associate’s Degree program
Full-time students: Must have earned 12 credits and must be taking at least 12 credits this semester
Part-time students: Have earned 15 credits and must be taking at least 3 credits this semester.
Maintain GPA of 3.5 or higher
DEVELOP LEADERSHIP SKILLS
SERVE THE COMMUNITY
An international honor society of 2-year colleges
Tau Gamma, a local chapter at NCC
Comprises every local chapter through the U.S. and world. The International group runs the entire honor society organization.
All of the college chapters from schools in PA, NJ, Delaware, and Maryland
More than $36 Million in Scholarships
Almost 700 Colleges and Universities
PA Colleges Include:
Moravian College ( $4,000 - $10,000 per year)
Cedar Crest College (25% tuition per year)
Albright College ($10,000 - $20,000)
Many others, state and nationwide!
More Scholarship Opportunities
Enrollment into the College Fish scholarship website.
Specific scholarships only open to PTK members.
Check out the list at: http://scholarships.ptk.org/
All PA-Academic Team
2 students chosen from NCC every year!
Full tuition to a PA state school for 2 years!
Past PTK officers have won this scholarship!
Taking charge of yourself, your college,
and your community
Meeting new people who bring
different perspectives to your life
Volunteering to make your campus and community
a better place
One-time $80 Membership Fee
Optional: Submit biography form if attending the Induction Ceremony
Submit the above to
Student Life Office CC252
By February 21st by 4:00pm
* ONLINE APPLICATION
STEPS TO JOIN
Date - FEBRUARY 28th
Inclement Weather Date - MARCH 7th
Golden Key Membership Pin
Membership Identification Card
Opportunity to wear PTK stole at graduation (at a small cost)
Looks great on college and job applications
What Is Expected of You
After You Join PTK
We encourage you to attend member meetings
and participate in PTK events!
Send us ideas about events that you’d like
to see PTK take on!
You will be enrolled in our Blackboard group
and will receive emails about events,
scholarships, and more!
Keep up your fantastic GPA!
Actively Involved Members
Receive points for attending and leading meetings and events that are redeemable for cash dollars!
Earn gift cards, pins and certificates!
Fountain Hill Elementary School
Trinity Arc Soup Kitchen
Autism And Breast Cancer Walk
$55 - PTK INTERNATIONAL
$10 PTK MIDDLE STATES REGIONAL
$15 LOCAL CHAPTER AT NCC - TAU GAMMA
$80 MEMBERSHIP FEE
Online Application Process
Your Passwords to apply online were included in your invitation letter. If you lost your password, contact Adviser Miranda Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be prepared to pay with a debit or a credit card online
If you wish to attend induction please complete the bio form and email it to email@example.com
Immediate access to scholarship opportunities
You receive your membership packet faster
Every other Thursday beginning March 6th at 3:30 pm held in room 190, College Center
Difficulties Paying $80 Membership Fee?
Email Miranda at firstname.lastname@example.org and opt for a payment plan to help pay the membership fee
* Scholarships may not be NOT Automatic and members may be asked to go through an application process. Above mentioned are the details from past examples.
Members are given ample opportunities to chair and run events sponsored by PTK Tau Gamma.
We also encourage members to bring in ideas for cosponsoring events with other clubs/organizations.