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Phi Theta Kappa

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1918
Web
1986
Be sure to follow your chapter by-laws to understand your duties.
By-Laws and Constitution
Scholarship
Hallmarks of Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa
Constitution and By-Laws
www.ptk.org/supplies/constit.htm

Carolinas Region By-Laws
www.carolinasregion.org

Your Chapter By-Laws

Hierarchy of
Phi Theta Kappa

Celebrating Leaders!
What Division are we in?
Carolinas Region
Members and
Honorary Members ONLY

ALWAYS on left lapel
Pins, Medals and Regalia
101
What's
Phi Beta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa
Purity
We are:
Phi Theta Kappans
PTK
Phis
Thetas
Kappas
History
katharotes (Kappa)
Golden Key Pin
Everything
you need to know...
but mostly things
you
didn't know,
you
wanted
to k
now about
Phi Theta Kappa!
store.ptk.org
store.ptk.org
What's
the
Recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and;

Provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming.
Mission
Chapter Names
College of Albemarle
April 22, 1964
Nu Nu
Piedmont Technical College
December 3, 1973
Omega Chi
Nash Community College
April 30, 2012
Cottey College
November 19, 1918
Epsilon
International
Rod Risley,
Executive Director
Ebonee Carpenter
International President
Alpha Lambda Alpha Chapter
Hillsborough Community College
Florida
Megan Giles
International VP Division I
Alpha Nu Omega Chapter
Harrisburg Area Community College Pennsylvania
Largest International Honor Society American Higher Education
Phi Theta Kappa
https://www.facebook.com/EatingComfyintheCarolinas
COLLEGEFISH.ORG
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/groups/30983157724/
Phi Theta Kappa Store
http://store.ptk.org
Five Star Competitive Edge
http://www.ptk.org
Honors In Action
Beta Upsilon Delta
serving 2 year colleges
Regional Officer
Team
John Sharpe
Regional Coordinator
Paulette Gardner
President
Ruth Elliott
VP North Carolina
Valarie Paterson
VP South Carolina
Jennifer Knight
Secretary
http://www.collegefish.org
Phos
The light of learning and knowledge
Leadership
Service
Fellowship
http://www.ptk.org/benefits/competitive-edge
Who are we modeled after?
name
= Light
Senior Honor Society
Presented by
Your Carolinas Regional Officer Team
2013
Carolinas Region

Honors Institute
Hosted by
Louisburg College
July 19-21
2014
Honors Institute
Carolinas Region

What is it?
Core Requirements
Electives
For your future!
Five Star Competitive Edge
a self-paced, professional development plan available exclusively to
Phi Theta Kappa members
Designed to strengthen your soft skills
Activities &
Instructional Videos
Completing a profile in CollegeFish.org
Watching professional development videos
Coordinating an Honors in Action Project
Preparing a resume
Serving as an officer for Phi Theta Kappa or other organization
Volunteering on campus and/or in your community
Participating in cultural activities
Applying for scholarships
Participating in Phi Theta Kappa events
Build an online portfolio and showcase ALL your experience in ONE place!
writing letters of recommendation for you
scholarship
admissions officials
potential employers
Share your portfolio with those:
communication
teamwork
critical thinking
goal setting
professional etiquette
Alpha Omega Nu
Edgecombe Community College
Williamsburg Technical College
Alpha Upsilon Theta
Piedmont Community College
Alpha Sigma Gamma
1910
Kappa Phi Omicron
Stephens College, MO
womens junior college
6 charter members
Founder’s Day!
November 19
8 Charter Chapters
Missouri women's junior colleges
Hardin
Stephens
Christian
Lindenwood
Cottey
Howard-Payne
William Woods
Central
Stephens College 1918
Epsilon Chapter
Cottey College
Nevada, Missouri
Phi Theta Kappa Song
Constitution is amended
coeducational and
all-male schools
The Phi Theta Kappa seal is adopted.
Mu Chapter
Northeast Junior College
Miami, Oklahoma
Ruth Barnard
Eta Chapter
William Woods College Missouri
appointed

National President
Margaret James (Mosal)
Upsilon Chapter
Whitworth College, MS
First
elected

National President of
Phi Theta Kappa.
Golden Key membership pin is adopted
1923
1924
1929
1930
1926
John Hill
Mu Chapter
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
First Male
elected
National President.
1964
1977
1990
1997
National Office
Canton, MS
Established Regions
Regional Advisors
(Regional Coordinators)
Nothing finer than the Carolinas!

Mu Omicron Chapter
San Jacinto College, TX
National President
1974-1975
Rod A. Risley
National Headquarters
computers
expanded staff.
Five Star Chapter
Development Plan
Alpha Xi Beta
Clark County Community College
(College of Southern Nevada)
Alpha Tau Delta

Medicine Hat College
Alberta, Canada.
Fujairah College
United Arab Emirates
Nine sovereign nations:
Republic of Palau
Rep. of the Marshall Islands
Germany
British Virgin Islands
Peru
College of Micronesia
Federated States of Micronesia
United States
Canada
United Arab Emirates
Fed. States of Micronesia
1932
1964
1969
1974
1988
1991
2007
Aspiration
Wisdom
thumos (Theta)
phronimon (Phi)
in a
Scholarship
Purity
Intellectual
Friendship
Center of Excellence
Jackson, MS
411
Members =
Chapters =
Regional Chapters =
2,000,000
1,250
84
Region
Chapter
International
Alumni
Rho Tau Kappa
Sites
Honors In Action Program
Foster a stimulating environment for intellectual growth and challenge
Create opportunities for leadership and learning as leaders through service and advocacy
College Project – collaborate with college administration
Host Signing Events on Campus
Involve community leaders – mayor’s office, businesses
Post videos to YouTube
Reach out to high school students
Mentor/tutor developmental education students
Promote Student Services/Support
Promote CollegeFish.org and Competitive Edge

Getting Involved
Top 10 Reasons to Complete
Dr. Risley’s Editorial
Sample Press Release
How to Order Buttons
C4 Logos
Signing Day Planning List
More Toolkit Resources
Student Guide
Administrator Guide
“Call to Action” Poster
Posters
Stickers
Resources
CC Completion Corps
http://www.cccompletioncorps.org/ptk
www.cccompletioncorps.org
Call to Action
Democracy's Colleges: Call to Action
April 2010
www.cccompletioncorps.org
research colleges
get organized
successfully plan and prepare for transfer
What can CollegeFish.org
do for you?
CollegeFish.org is free
for Phi Theta Kappa Members.

If you are planning on transferring this site is for you!
Have you logged into
College Fish?
What is CollegeFish.org?
web tool created by Phi Theta Kappa designed specifically for community college students to plan their future after community college
What's in your
fish bowl?
Pick your Schools
Keep track of the schools
you are interested in

Rank the schools
Scholarship Recommendations
automatically reviews your profile and transfer preferences

recommends scholarships to pursue based on your matches and schools
$37,000,000
transfer scholarships
October
2015
Summer
2014
April
2015
97th International Convention
September
2015
Calendar
of Events

September 12-14, 2014
Horry Georgetown Technical College
Myrtle Beach
South Carolina
2014 Carolinas Region
Leadership Conference
April 16-18, 2015
San Antonio, TX
2014 Carolinas Region
Fall Fellowship Family Campout
October 17-19, 2014
Camp McCall
Bostic, North Carolina
2015 Carolinas Region Convention
March 20 - 22, 2015
Wilmington, NC
Five-day summer conference examining the Honors Study Topic
March
2015
Set Five Star Goal
Set Goal for Membership Recruitment
Send membership Invitations
Hold an Induction Ceremony
Plan and implement Honors in Action project
Publish chapter news
Implement a College Project
Conduct at least two recruitment campaigns
Report new officers
verify chapter directory is up-to-date
At least two chapter members research one theme/study question
Five Star Chapter Development Plan
Guide to Success
One Star
http://www.ptk.org/fivestar
Planning
Contacts
Officers: 800.946.9995
Advisors: 877.785.1918
Two Star
Three Star
Attend at least one official regional meeting
Get involved Regionally
Run for Regional Office
Assume leadership role
Regional Honors in Action Project
Share your Honors in Action research
Submit a Hallmark Award
Four Star
Submit at least 3 2014 Hallmark Award entries
Chapter representatives participate in
AT LEAST ONE:
Attend 2013 Annual Convention
Atttend 2013 Honors Institute
Five Star
Regional
International
Nota
Bene

Division
Nota Bene
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Center for Excellence
1625 Eastover Drive
Jackson, MS 39211
Want to
submit?
Each entry requires a separate submission form
Due to the large volume of submissions, manuscripts can not be returned, nor can members be notified when manuscripts arrive at Society Headquarters.
Reynolds
Scholarship Award
Four additional awards
$500
$500
$500
$500
The Ewing Citation
Scholarship Award
$1,000
Scholarship awarded to the author considered to be the most outstanding of all entries
Poetry
Short stories
Essays
Drama
Qualitative and quantitative research papers
What can be submitted?
No single entry may exceed 2,500 words.
Founded in 1994 to showcase exceptional writing among community college students
Latin for “note well"
Phi Theta Kappa’s honors anthology.
Phi Theta Kappa members ONLY enrolled in an associate-degree program
Distributed to all community college libraries and to Phi Theta Kappa leaders
What is Nota Bene?
Phi Theta Kappans and
Relay for Life
Phi Theta Kappa chapters have already raised nearly $4 million as of 2011.

Fight Back
The event inspires Relay participants to take action against a disease that has taken too much.
Remember
We remember people lost to the disease, and honor people who have fought or are fighting cancer.

Celebrate
During a Relay event, participants and survivors celebrate what they've overcome.
What is Relay For Life?
Organized, overnight fund raising walk
Teams of people camp out around a track
Members of each team take turns walking around the track
Food, games and activities provide entertainment and build camaraderie
Family-friendly environment for the entire community
Our goal as an Honor Society is to raise $10 million for the American Cancer Society by Phi Theta Kappa's 100th Anniversary Annual Convention in 2018.
Participate
http://www.ptk.org/get-involved/relay-for-life
general transfer steps to follow in order to increase the chance of transferring to a “best fit” school
"What's Next?"
Local campus involvement
International involvement
Five levels of engagement that progress:
Regional involvement
Academic
Research &
Analysis
Leadership Roles & Leadership Development
Action
(Service or
Advocacy)
Reflection
Collaboration
Honors in Action Projects Incorporate
HIA projects require taking on meaningful leadership roles AND developing significant leadership skills to address a need in your community that was discovered through your research and analysis
Honors in Action Projects
Require:
Theme selected should be directly connected to and provide supporting evidence for the development of the action component of your project
Substantive academic investigation of a theme (related to Phi Theta Kappa’s Honors Study Topic)
The biennial topic:
is interdisciplinary
is contemporary
relates to global challenges
The Honors Program foundation and focus is the
Honors Study Topic
Tip!!
Be sure your HORSE comes before your CART!
Research
Action
Frontiers and the
Spirit of Exploration
The Phi Theta Kappa Honors Program
Honors Study Topic & Honors In Action
Projects
Engagement
Foundation
College Transfer Challenge Month
October 2013
The FIRST College Transfer Challenge
Exciting new annual event
Register online
July 25th 2013
12 pm - 1 pm
7 pm - 8 pm
Programming
Promotional materials
Best practices
Free Webinar
http://collegefishtransferchallenge.eventbrite.com/
Don't put the CART before the HORSE!
To start earning your badges!
Hallmark Awards
Yearbook Presentation
Set goal for Five Star status! Increase membership recruitment or goals for recruitment. Bring your college president in on the plan.
PTK

Honors Case Study Challenge
The Challenge
The Reward
The Rules
Read USA Today daily
Create a Case Study based upon your reading
Recognized at 2014 Annual Convention
Published: USA TODAY Collegiate Academic website
Four winners of $500!
Read print edition of USA TODAY

Select 4-5 USA TODAY articles relating to the Culture of Competition

Write short summary and essay
Who Can Submit
Individual
Chapter
(January 1, 2013 -November 1, 2013)
(written by USA TODAY reporters
)
complete rules:
http://www.ptk.org/get-involved/honors-case-study-challenge
OPEN NOW!!
March 26 -May 30, 2014
Five Star Chapter Development Plan
Break
Play video
Alpha Chi Sigma
November 19, 1992
Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/groups/AlphaChiSigma/
July 18-20 , 2014
Campbell University,
Buies Creek
North Carolina
2014 Carolinas Region
Honors Institute
July
2014
notes
Special thanks to Billy Koch, presentation creator!
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