Technical and vocational colleges are essential, as they educate and train students to go forth into the world into careers like nursing, firefighting, automotive, culinary, construction management, and more. If you need a service, it's likely you’re being helped by a NTHS student!
We think we can all agree that 2020 has been one heck of a year and we’re ready to put it behind us and head toward brighter days in 2021. We’ve learned a lot, but one thing sticks out in our minds: The Class of 2020 is resilient!
There’s no doubt we’re living in unprecedented times and experiencing firsthand events that history books will talk about in years to come. But nobody knows history quite like members of Phi Alpha Theta!
There’s still a few colleges and universities waiting on their fall graduation ceremonies to occur that were reworked from the spring, but most have moved on to planning for the new class of upcoming grads … and we’re so excited!
It’s no secret, science is at the forefront of society right now. While the world wrestles with the novel coronavirus, scientists are tirelessly working to understand the virus, test therapies, and develop a vaccine. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) is being pushed in school districts to introduce children to the many interesting areas and potential careers in science ... Beta Beta Beta is an organization that recognizes those students who excel in the field.
Many college students are faced with continuing remote learning as the fall semester begins, and there’s a lot of deflating disappointment that comes with it. College is more than just furthering your education -- the social aspect of being on campus is an important part of the experience that so many will miss out on while taking their classes at home. We have a solution!
There’s often a lot of disagreements on which fraternity or Greek letter organization (GLO) was the first-founded in the US, but Phi Beta Kappa holds the title, being founded in 1775 by five students at the College of William and Mary.
Schools and universities across the country are grappling with the idea of opening up the doors to students come fall, but early reports indicate some problematic obstacles, causing many to postpone in-person classes and remain remote.