Twelve Inducted into National Technical Honors Society

November 2, 2023
From Fairfield Career Center

Students from eight high schools and four technical lab programs comprise the Fairfield Career Center chapter’s Class of 2023 National Technical Honor Society inductees.

On the morning of Monday, October 30, 2023, the Fairfield Career Center inducted 12 students into its chapter of the National Technical Honor Society.

Students inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), Class of 2023, represent eight different associate schools and four different Fairfield Career Center lab programs.

To be considered for induction into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) at Fairfield Career Center, a student must earn a 3.7 or higher grade point average and have a 97 percent attendance rate, or better, in his or her junior year with no major discipline infractions. The candidates’ teachers also evaluate students to ensure that they demonstrate the seven attributes of an NTHS member: skill, scholarship, honesty, responsibility, service, leadership, and citizenship. Once students meet these qualifications they are asked to complete an application, which includes multiple essays, which is then reviewed by staff and the NTHS advisors.

The following Fairfield Career Center seniors were honored in a ceremony that welcomed their friends, families, and home school counselors to commemorate their selection into NTHS (name, program, home high school):

McKenzie Barker
Teays Valley High School)

Jessica Flores-Narvaez 
Whitehall Yearling High School)

Ganathaliery Belizaire
 (Pre-Nursing, Pickerington High School Central)

Emmalie Lynch
Pickerington High School North)

Nisha Tiwari
Pickerington High School Central)

Freditta Omebele
New Albany High School)

Ramata Diallo
Pickerington High School Central)

Adalyn Justice
Teays Valley High School)

Laney Mutchler
 (Cosmetology, Pickerington High School Central)

Aurora Deubner 
(Criminal Justice,
Gahanna Lincoln High School)

Morgan Liuzzo
Canal Winchester High School)

Sabrina Coleman
Bloom-Carroll High School)

About National Technical Honor Society
NTHS is an honor society for outstanding career and technical students of vocational education institutions in the United States. NTHS began in 1984 as the National Vocational-Technical Honor Society at H.B. Swofford Career Center, Spartanburg County, S.C. In 2003, the board of directors unanimously agreed to change the name of the organization to the National Technical Honor Society.

NTHS serves over 100,000 active members across 4,500 member schools, annually, in both secondary and postsecondary chapters across the country, and has a footprint in all 50 states, with chapters expanding into the Bahamas, American Samoa, Puerto Rico, and Guam. Since its founding, nearly 1 million students have become NTHS alumni. NTHS honors the achievements of top career-technical education students, provides close to $300,000 in scholarships annually, and strives to help connect education and industry to build a highly skilled workforce. Learn more about NTHS by visiting