LEC Student Recognized at Phi Theta Kappa Convention
LEC student Dhalia Mohamed, along with other members of CCCC's Phi Theta Kappa were praised for their efforts at the honor society's international convention in Washington, DC. When asked about how being a member of Phi Theta Kappa has shaped her high school and college experience, Dhalia shared, "My change in social attitude was due to my Phi Theta Kappa experiences outside of class. These experiences helped shape me and encouraged me to become more engaged in clubs on campus, both at LEC and CCCC. At times, I was forced out of my comfort zone and this allowed me to grow and develop as an individual."
LEC student Dhalia Mohamed (far left) joins other members of Phi Kappa Theta at the international convention in Washington, DC where they were recognized as a "Distinguished Chapter."
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