Fifty Academic and Career Readiness (ACR) students were inducted into Alamance Community College’s chapter of the National Adult Education Honor Society (NAEHS) during a second annual ceremony on May 8.
With only a handful of NAEHS chapters in the state, last year was the first time students had the opportunity to be included in an honors society. For induction, students must have demonstrated the core values of NAEHS in their classes: Good attendance, excellent attitude, and exemplary work ethic.
“Inductees were nominated by instructors, and come from all areas of Academic Career Readiness: Adult Basic Education, High School Equivalency, Adult High School, Adult Basic Literacy Education, and English as a Second Language,” noted Julie Kearns, Chief High School Equivalency Examiner, during the ceremony.
Guest keynote speaker was Scott Queen, ACC Executive Vice-President.