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Student Services - Clubs/Organizations

Student organizations in career and technical education that promote occupational excellence, leadership, and citizenship, are encouraged and supported by the TBA Intermediate School District. State policy specifies that a career and technical education student organization is an integral part of a high quality education program, that "schools receiving added cost funds for career and technical education programs should have an active student organization program." Research tells us that the number two reason/predictor of a student's success now and in the future is their involvement in extra-curricular or co-curricular clubs, organizations, teams, or activities.

Student Organizations

BPA: Business Professionals of America
CTC: Student Council

FCCLA: Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
FFA: Agricultural Science (Future Farmers of America)
HOSA: Health Occupations Students of America
MITES: Michigan Industrial Technology Education Society
NTHS: National Technical Honor Society
Skills USA

Student Council has officers and members in AM and PM sections. Students have the opportunity for leadership development in Council by being President, Vice President, Secretary or Treasurer.  Council members meet monthly to represent all technical program students at CTC. Students on the council plan career and technical education week activities, participate in community service projects, and are involved in many other interesting initiatives.

                                                 NTHS Spring Application -

Application deadline for 2019 is not yet determined.  Please continue to check here for information.

National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) is an organization that recognizes outstanding achievement in Career and Technical education.  The TBAISD Career-Tech Center has an active NTHS chapter that accepts new members at the end of each semester.  NTHS students are involved in a variety of activities throughout the year including community service projects and fundraising for scholarships for NTHS members.  NTHS Seniors receive honor cords at the end of the year to wear at their graduation ceremony.


  • Have attended the Career-Tech Center for one semester
  • Earned an overall 87% average in your CTC program for the semester
    • MTA students compute the average of all your MTA classes
    • Programs with EBR grading must show proficiency above level 2.
  • Received full credit  (5 or fewer absences and no failed classes)
  • No disciplinary referrals at CTC or your home high school


Membership requirements (after you join):

  • Maintain attendance and grades (same as eligibility requirements)
  • Attend monthly meetings
  • Complete 10 hours of community service each semester you are a member
  • Participate in NTHS activities


How do I join?

  • Check with Student Services to make sure you are eligible (See above)
  • Complete an application (available in Student Services)
  • You will be contacted for a short interview with an NTHS advisor
  • You will receive notification of your acceptance