Tuesday, July 15, 2014

PTK Pool Party



 POOL PARTY

COME TAKE A DIP & ENJOY THE SUNSHINE WITH US!

WHEN: July 27, 2014
WHAT TIME: 1pm - 4pm
WHERE: Phillip West Aquatic Center at 100 Benton Way, American Canyon
After a long semester of homework, studying, and earning straight A's, what better way to enjoy the summer than at the pool with food, friends, and great vibes? So come on out and dip your toes (or make a splash) in the cool, blue, waiting water. There will be some food and water provided. We encourage you to bring something to put on the barbecue, and any preferred condiments and/or finger foods to share if you so desire (:
RSVP with Sarah at filiaultma@live.com 
(Note: We will only be able to accommodate a maximum of 30 PTK members. Be sure to RSVP so we can save a spot for you)

PTK July Newsletter Is Out!

Greetings all! 

     I hope all of you have been enjoying your summer. We have some very exciting news this month! With great members from our team, we have collaborated to completely revamp the newsletter! We will be sharing with you what we have going on, a variety of volunteer opportunities we encourage you to take part in, international and regional PTK news, healthy tips, tricks, and recipes, as well as the many benefits of being a PTK member. 

      We are all very excited to be able to share and communicate with you all. We encourage you to come to our meetings. Our next meeting will be on Thursday July 24th, 2014 from 3:00pm-3:50pm in room #1763 Conference A of building #1700, or the Napa Valley College Library. We want to hear what you have to say! Come with suggestions, questions, comments, anything you would like us to take part in, or simply to hear about what's going on! We hope to see your bright & shining faces there! 

Best, 

Tiffany (Executive VP)

(Click to enlarge & read!)
(Click to enlarge & read!)

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Congratulations to Mr. Mike Ogle!

One of our 2014 Valedictorians and Phi Theta Kappan, Mike Ogle!


Mike Ogle giving his Valedictorian speech 

Congratulations, graduates!


A big thank you to all those who helped with flower sales for NVC's graduation ceremony!


Flower Sales and Scholarships

Phi Theta Kappa students--including Leanne Lee and Mike Ogle, All-CA Academic team winners--win more scholarships at this year's ceremony! Phi Theta Kappa also sold the flowers and other gifts!



Our awesome members working the flower sales! Thank you, Koly, Kelsey, and John!

Leanne Lee

Mike Ogle


Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Phi theta Kappa Students were formally inducted on May 9th, 2014 in to the Napa Valley College's Chapter Beta Beta Sigma. Advisors Cathy Gillis and Karen Taylor were there to support these students and show their commitment to this wonderful Program.
 Phi Theta Kappa Inductees

 Advisors and 2014 Board

 Where the magic happens

 PTK Inductees Side View




Sunday, May 16, 2010

Phi Theta Kappa students were formally inducted Saturday night, May 15th into the Napa Valley College chapter. The president of the college, Armond Phillips, was on hand to welcome and congratulate the students and their families. Outgoing professor and Phi Theta Kappa advisor, Walt Unti, encouraged students to pursue their dreams no matter what. Student president of Phi Theta Kappa and student trustee Rob Holst formally handed over the reigns to the new chapter president, Erica Prado and her new board.

Special thanks to Gina Stofan, Susan Brinson, Jennifer, Eve-Anne Wilkes and all the Phi Theta Kappa students for making the night possible.

Erica Prado and Advisor, Walt Unti

Tony Zitko and Caitlin Zitko

Alex Tjeerdema and family


New chapter president, Erica Prado


Outgoing president Rob Holst and new president Erica Prado


Erica and Araceli

Amira and Yasmin















Saturday, April 10, 2010

Attaining Peace one Piece at a Time...




Beta Beta Sigma continued to campaign for peace by participating in the Peace 4 Piece project. We set up two tables (one in front of the 1000 bldg., the other by the quad) and lay down cloths which students and faculty members could freely express their personal symbols for peace. Each participant had a unique drawing to share (see the pictures below), implying that our richly diverse college body share many good things in common, in this case the desire to win this virtue, which we see so scarcely in many parts of the world today.