Three Durham Tech students inducted into RTP Rotary International

The Research Triangle Park (RTP) chapter of Rotary International inducted three Durham Tech students into its membership at a luncheon ceremony held Monday, January 25. The RTP Rotary Club awarded each student a scholarship, which will fund their membership in the club for one year, a value of approximately $1,000 per student. The students were recommended by faculty members at Durham Tech. The club also is awarding scholarships to Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill students.

Terry Colon, Youth Chair, RTP Rotary Club; Laura Barcenas, Durham Tech student and new Rotary member; James Amato, President Elect Nominee, RTP Rotary Club; Reese McDonald, Durham Tech student and new Rotary member; Naiade DaCosta, Durham Tech student and new Rotary member; Matt Minor, new RTP Rotary Club inductee; Steph Byrd, Public Relations Chair/RTP Rotary Club Secretary Elect.

Terry Colon, Youth Chair, RTP Rotary Club; Laura Barcenas, Durham Tech student and new Rotary member; James Amato, President Elect Nominee, RTP Rotary Club; Reese McDonald, Durham Tech student and new Rotary member; Naiade DaCosta, Durham Tech student and new Rotary member; Matt Minor, new RTP Rotary Club inductee; Steph Byrd, Public Relations Chair/RTP Rotary Club Secretary Elect.

The RTP Chapter is one of four Rotary clubs in Durham County. Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who promote humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards, and help to build goodwill and peace in the world.