Seven MCC students named to honor society

  • Seven McHenry County College are new members of the college's chapter of the National Technical Honor Society. Pictured, starting second from left, are: Jamie Garcia, Raeesa Mahmood, Dianna Zarndt-Buettner, Diane Sral, Hallie Stabla, Jennifer Andrews and Alyse Mastrodonato, with faculty members Allison Minicz and Christen Louderman, right.

    Seven McHenry County College are new members of the college's chapter of the National Technical Honor Society. Pictured, starting second from left, are: Jamie Garcia, Raeesa Mahmood, Dianna Zarndt-Buettner, Diane Sral, Hallie Stabla, Jennifer Andrews and Alyse Mastrodonato, with faculty members Allison Minicz and Christen Louderman, right. Courtesy of McHenry County College

 
Submitted by McHenry County College
Updated 1/18/2019 11:20 PM

Seven McHenry County College graduating students for December 2018 were named members of the college's chapter of the National Technical Honor Society for completing at least 15 credit hours in their chosen program in MCC's Career and Technical Education Division and maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average or higher.

The graduating students are: Jennifer Andrews of Algonquin; Jamie Garcia of Woodstock; Raeesa Mahmood of Crystal Lake; Alyse Mastrodonato of Antioch; Diane Sral of Woodstock; Hallie Stabla of Harvard; and Dianna Zarndt-Buettner of Fox River Grove.

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Christen Louderman and Allison Minicz are the faculty advisers.

Members of the National Technical Honor Society are eligible for scholarships among various other benefits.

New eligible students will be notified every semester.

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