Welcome to Sierra College Phi Theta Kappa! Our meetings are held on campus from 12:00PM-1:00PM in room V-318 on every first and third Friday of the month. Feel free to reach out to us with questions at email@example.com or join our email distribution list by filling out the form at the bottom of the page! Check out the calendar for updates on events as well.
Thank you Amanda for leading this!!
Our VP of Fellowship, Alexia, made this! Shoutout to her!!!!
PTK Scholarship are coming up due, and we want to ensure that you have your best foot forward on the applications! Come join us to earn stars to distinguish yourself, and set our chapter apart from the rest.
The scholarship deadline is approaching. Have you started your applications yet? We are holding a workshop on Friday, October 27th at our usual meeting time. Come to get more information and get your questions answered. Can't wait to see you!
Phi Theta Kappa students have what it takes!
JKCF Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship Application
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation seeks outstanding community college students with financial need for its Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. The JKCF Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship makes it possible for the nation’s top community college students to complete their bachelor’s degrees by transferring to a selective four-year college or university. If you are a student who stands out for your exceptional academic abilities and achievements, persistence, leadership, and desire to help others, please visit the JKCF website to learn more.
The application deadline is October 24, 2017.
Curious about just how far PTK students can go?
Watch Cooke Scholars describe the internships, study abroad, and other opportunities available through the JKCF Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship:
Join JKCF on September 20 at 3 pm EST for a live webinar to learn more about the scholarship and application.
It will be recorded and available for viewing during the remainder of the application period.
Here is a message from Phi Theta Kappa's CEO:
As we approach the milestone of our centennial celebration, I can’t help but reflect on Phi Theta Kappa’s past and look toward its (very bright) future.
The original purpose statement of Phi Theta Kappa focused on the organization’s role within what were known at the time as “Accredited Junior Colleges.” However, throughout the 1960s, many colleges began changing their names from “junior“ to “community” colleges, reflecting a mission expansion that was more inclusive of career and technical education programs that would directly impact local and national employment needs.
Phi Theta Kappa responded by revising its own language to be more inclusive of the expanding mission of its chapter institutions. In 1965, we revised the language in our constitution and mission statement to reflect our commitment to “two-year college students” — all the while keeping all eyes on academic achievement, leadership, service, and fellowship.
Now, we're updating our language again, to "college" instead of "community college." Click here to keep reading and learn why.
We hope you will continue to support us as we grow.
Lynn Tincher-Ladner, Ph.D.
President and CEO
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Hi all, the district summit has been moved to September 30th. Same location and time.
If you are interested in attending still please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are still responsible for our transportation, however many students will be carpooling. There is also a form we must sign as the first meeting, September 15th.
We will be in the Quad the first two days of school, 7:30-12:30.
Ask us for directions to your classes, or about Phi Theta Kappa!
Here are the posters you'll be seeing around campus for recruitment.
Hello Officers, Members, Prospective Students, and Faculty;
This year is going to be GREAT!
We have a fantastic team to work with, and a very kind-hearted adviser, Jason File. It is our goal this year to expand the Phi Theta Kappa name on campus, through service, and create an environment of love and support on Sierra College's campus.
As our first live year since the club went without an adviser for several years, we intend on taking on this opportunity as boldly as possible.
After Brittany and I traveled to Chicago, IL for the Honors Institute in June, we became much more aware of all the opportunities PTK has to offer.
Of course, there are spectacular scholarships available for all National Members in the Fall semester, but the projects we can work on as a whole to become a competitive, nationally ranked chapter. This consists of the Honors in Action Project, College Project, and the Five-Star Competitive Edge (more information can be found on another page).
Thank you for your intentions to further your service and the community at Sierra College. I hope I get to you this year!