National Technical Honor Society
Height Career Tech
BHS, CHHS, MHHS, SHHS, WHHS
What is NTHS?
We believe in advocating for all skilled career paths and
empowering students in seeking skill to build their career and
the global workforce.
NTHS honors the achievements of top CTE students, provides close
to $300,000 in scholarships annually, and strives to help connect
education and industry to build a highly skilled workforce.
We achieve this through the implementation of career development,
leadership, service and recognition opportunities -The NTHS Core
Core Four Objectives
By participating in NTHS, you will utilize the NTHS Core Four Objectives to grow and prepare for your
continued education and career.
Resume development workshops, mock interviews, career fairs, industry speakers, and
Team-building activities, leader training & workshops
Skill-based service projects, community needs-based projects, annual holiday service projects
Design & distribute nomination letters and induction invitations, assist in coordinating the
● $300,000 in scholarships are
awarded annually to NTHS members.
Some of our scholarship partners are:
Letters of Recommendation
● Custom letter of recommendation for
employment, admission and scholarships.
● Includes your membership certificate,
NTHS pin, tassel, decal and graduation
seal and portfolio!
● OfficeMax/Office Depot
Member Benefit Add-Ons
Career Readiness Portal
● The NTHS Career Readiness Portal is an
outstanding member benefit add-on that
will help students prepare for their career
and continued education. Powered by
MajorClarity, a company leading the way
in cutting edge career exploration
solutions, this tool provides students
access to a variety of career readiness
resources that have helped hundreds of
thousands of students prepare for their
● LAPSEN is the premiere support organization
for the Law, Public Safety, Corrections and
Security Career Cluster (LPSCS) in secondary
education. With the opportunity to qualify for
the LAPSEN endorsement on their NTHS
membership, students in a Law, Public Safety,
Corrections and Security (LPSCS) Career
Cluster pathway are now getting industry
specific recognition for their performance in
Heights Career Tech
The Career Tech teacher teachers will generate a list of students
with appropriate grade point averages and attendance to
qualify for the initial phase of nomination. They will then notify
each qualifying student by email. The qualifications are listed
on the next slide.
Criteria for Membership
● Nomination from your CTE teacher
● 3.0 cumulative GPA
● 3.5 Career Tech GPA and
● 90% attendance (not including absences due to COVID protocols)
● In addition, candidates must espouse the following characteristics: show
progress in skill and knowledge development, exhibit pride in
themselves and their work, demonstrate honesty and dependability, and
have the ability to work with others and show leadership and good
The GPAs are verified
Nominees must obtain a minimum of 3 recommendations/references.
o 1 completed by the Career Tech teacher (students must ask for the
recommendation – it will not be done by the teacher automatically)
o 1 from another teacher (past or present), counselor, or administrator
o 1 personal reference from someone who is unrelated to the applicant
The review committee will review all applications and students will be
notified of their acceptance status The Induction Ceremony
Dues and Deadlines
● Teacher nomination deadline: December 18, 2021
● Student biographical submission deadline: January 15,
● Recommendation/reference deadline : January 15, 2022
● Notification of acceptance status: by January 31, 2022
○ PLEASE NOTE: there is a one-time, $30 membership
fee, (lifetime membership)
Maple Heights High School will host the induction
ceremony. More details will follow.
From the classroom to career