Edmond student wins national scholarship

Francis Tuttle Technology Center engineering student, Nathan Hurteau, is the recipient of the 2019 National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) Jon H. Poteat Scholarship.

EDMOND, OKLA., July 9, 2019 – Francis Tuttle Technology Center engineering student, Nathan Hurteau, is the recipient of the 2019 National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) Jon H. Poteat Scholarship. The Edmond North High School graduate, is one of only 250 students nationwide selected for the $1,000 scholarship. 

“Nathan is the third Francis Tuttle student to win this prestigious award,” said Jessica Bullock, NTHS coordinator, “It is a testament both to his hard work, as well as the excellence of our engineering program and instructors, to excel on a national level. We are incredibly proud of him.” 

The Jon H. Poteat Scholarship is awarded to NTHS members who have not yet graduated. The scholarship honors NHTS co-founder, Jon H. Poteat, and recognizes students who demonstrate skill, honesty, service, responsibility, scholarship, citizenship and leadership. 

Francis Tuttle Technology Center serves high school students and adults in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area with career-specific training, in support of developing and maintaining a quality workforce for the region. Francis Tuttle also offers complete business and industry training and consulting services, and short-term training for career development or personal enrichment. With four locations in Oklahoma City and Edmond, Francis Tuttle offers central Oklahoma diverse training programs in fulfillment of the school’s mission to prepare customers for success in the workplace. More information is available at francistuttle.edu or by calling (405) 717-7799.

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