Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society’s Alpha Psi Epsilon chapter in Hilo conducted its informal, Fall 2015 Induction. Chapter President Candace Wharton and Vice President of Membership Desiree DeCanto-Gardner presided over the event.
Congratulations to the following inductees: Kaitlyn Ashida, Keoki Baily, Charles Bauguess, Andrea Cabigon, Sebastian Callerec, Keiran Cardoza, Aramina Cascayan, Joshua Coston, Christian Fisher, Lehua Garcia, Moana Gates, Jasmine Granadosin, Maile Hanaoka, Ashlee Hollingsworth, Lonica Iliwa’alani, Luana Jones, Renzy Richard Josue, Shenicia Kahakua, Jessica Kolish, Isaiah Lavea, Lynell Liborio, Dustin Mastandrea, Kaleo Matthews, Abraham Medeiros, Jr., Michelle Nason, Kayla Okimoto, Jillian Perreira, Lucienne Reddell, Nicole Saito, Shayne Shinkai, Tahigwa Summers, Kayla Tano, Madeline Taomia, Chezare Torres, Jaunalyn Vickers, and Calla Weddington.
Chartered in 1993, Alpha Psi Epsilon and its members represent the top 10 percent of students enrolled at Hawai‘i Community College. Students must earn a 3.5 minimum, cumulative grade point average and 12 credits toward an associate’s degree prior to being invited by the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs to join the society. Alpha Psi Epsilon members participate in year-round activities that promote the organization’s four hallmarks: scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship.