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BCC Announces Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Inductees


Berkshire Community College (BCC) has inducted 69 students into Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the national honor society of junior and community colleges. The purpose of the society is to recognize and encourage scholarship among students.

To be eligible for membership, students with freshman standing (12 to 29 credits) must have achieved a cumulative grade point average of 3.8 or better. Students with a sophomore standing (30 or more credits) must have achieved a cumulative average of 3.6 or better.

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society at BCC

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Inductees were honored during a virtual ceremony earlier this month. They are:

Susan Aldam

Allison Armata Peggy Avalle
Kaylee Beauregard Kyle Betit Ayishetu Braimah
Maleah Speers-Brown Andrea Brucato Rebecca Burcher
Kristin Burke Alessandra Carranza Nathaniel Chase
Joalina Chicana-Cacya Keira Codey Jana Cushman
Cameron Diehl Connor Diehl Allina Dinicola
Timothy Duncan Kenneth Dyer Paige Elliott
Martha Escobar Andrea Ferrara Loretta Francoeur
Molly Gingras Kaitlyn Giron Carolyn Greene
Grace Greene Rain Hajjar Alexis Hamel 
Danielle Harriott Kassie Heck Heather Herman
Darlene Howe Amy Hughes Brittany Isabelle
Elisabeth Jones Jacob King Kristen Lee Caro
Victoria Lehtonen David Lennon Ashley Lewis
Marissa Maher Jennifer Marcel Joseph Martel
Erin Merrigan Olivia Millis Kathaleen Mogul
Andrew Moore James Najimy Trevor New
Jacqueline Nichols Marguerite Ouimette Holly Padgett
Sarah Peppe Jessica Platt Shelby Reynolds
Finley Root Ernestina Sackey Jennifer Schultheis
Michaela Shogry Sinaia Smith Ethan Trautman
Gavin Trautman Carlos Vizcardo Benites Amanda Wass
Mary Wilson Wenying Yi Ginger Zani

We’re so proud of all of our PTK students, but especially proud of those who received support through BCC’s Disability Resource Center, which represent more than 10 percent of inductees,” said Pamela Farron, Coordinator of Disability Services. The Disability Resource Center offers a variety of services to meet students’ individual needs, from accommodated course exams to assistive technology. The mission is to provide a supportive atmosphere that encourages and promotes independence.