Salina Tech to Induct 14 Into Honor Society

Salina Tech is inducting 14 students into its chapter of the National Technical Honor Society during a ceremony this week.

According to the school, to qualify for membership in the organization, students must have at least a 3.5 GPA, be nominated by an instructor and submit an essay about their community service activities and why they should be inducted.

Since 1984, NTHS has been the honor society for students pursuing Career and Technical Education, serving high schools, career centers, community and technical colleges, and universities. Recognizing over 50,000 new members annually, NTHS exists to advocate for and empower all students to pursue the technical and academic skills needed to build their careers and a skilled global workforce.The event will be live-streamed on the college’s Facebook page starting at 3:30 p.m.

Students being inducted are (by hometown):


Tabatha Griffith, Practical Nursing; Mindy Mercado, Associate Degree Nursing; John Miller, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning; Stephanie Salay, Practical Nursing; Josiah Sneath, Construction Technology; Keaten Toms, Dental Hygiene; Kyra Williams, Practical Nursing


Makenna Haas, Fire Science Technology

Junction City

Naomi Working, Automotive Technology


Santiago Hernandez, Diesel Technology


Nicole Smith, Dental Hygiene


Caitlin Cramer, Business Administrative Technology


Jacob Willems, Electrical Technology


Keirston Saenz, Early Childhood Education