Townie Tech Newsletter
The EPHS CTC Bi-Weekly Update
Forensic Science Program Expands Articulation Agreement with NEIT
The NEIT Courses they will earn credit for are:
CJ 110- Criminal Justice 4 credits
CJ 120- Forensics I 5 credits
CJ 114- The Court Systems 4 credits
EPHS CTC Forensic Science Win NTHS Scholarship
Congratulations to Emma GillHeeny, Forensics Program Senior who won the 2023 Jon H. Poteat Scholarship, a $1000 award given by the National Technical Honor Society.
The National Technical Honor Society exists to honor, recognize, and empower students and teachers in Career & Technical Education. NTHS celebrates the achievements of top CTE students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce.
The Jon H. Poteat Scholarship is named in honor and memory of the NTHS Co-Founder. It is awarded annually to NTHS members who consistently exemplify the seven attributes of the National Technical Honor Society – Skill, Honesty, Service, Responsibility, Scholarship, Citizenship, and Leadership.
Emma will use this award to continue her pursuit of a post-secondary degree in Criminal Justice.
RI Blood Center and EPHS Health Occupations Recognize Two Amazing Students
Even more impressive is that EPHS has two of the seven "Gallon Grads" in the State of RI as recognized by the RI Blood Center.
Camryn Correira and Michael Robinson have each donated 8 times over their 4 years at EPHS and in being recognized as Gallon Grads will wear special cords at graduation, and be honored by the blood center at a ceremony at Dave and Buster's later this year.
CTC Senior Certificate Ceremony 2023
The evening was a celebration of countless achievements in the classrooms, labs, and beyond the school. Students were honored for academic excellence, impressive community service, advanced on-the-job training, earning a myriad of industry certification, and giving back to their City.
Mayor DaSilva spoke about the tremendous impact that CTC students have on East Providence, whether it be by preparing meals in Culinary, repairing vehicles in Automotive, or building sheds for our residents in Construction.
Now that these 120 CTC Graduates have their Certificates and Credentials attesting that they are ready for College and Career, they will have an even greater impact on East Providence as skilled, professional adults in our community.
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2023!!!
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