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The Reach

All the latest information, news and stories to inspire and inform Phi Theta Kappa members


Erin Cogswell
Erin Cogswell
Erin Cogswell's Blog
New Transfer Scholarship: King University

New Transfer Scholarship: King University

Check out this brief Q&A for details on the newest transfer benefit exclusively for Phi Theta Kappa members: $1,000 a year to King University in Tennessee.
I AM PTK: Brandon Green

I AM PTK: Brandon Green

Illinois member Brandon Green has overcome the violence of the South Side Chicago neighborhoods in which he grew up to start a new normal for his life, one that emphasizes education, support, and leadership.
New Transfer Scholarship: Ashford University

New Transfer Scholarship: Ashford University

Check out this brief Q&A for details on the newest transfer benefit exclusively for Phi Theta Kappa members: 15 percent off tuition at Ashford University.
E-Nable: A Guide to Creating 3D-Printed Prosthetics

E-Nable: A Guide to Creating 3D-Printed Prosthetics

At Bergen Community College, International President Elda Pere and her Project E-Nable peers are creating free prosthetic hands with a 3D printer. It’s a project close to her heart, and she’s written this guide to help you get started on your own campus.
I AM PTK: Natalie Seales

I AM PTK: Natalie Seales

Natalie Seales joined PTK for the scholarships, and while she certainly benefited from them, it’s the communication and organization skills she gained that she keeps reaching for as she navigates her first year of law school.
5 Building Blocks for Transfer Success

5 Building Blocks for Transfer Success

Division 4 Vice President Philippe Schicker is learning a lot in his transfer journey, and he’s sharing his top tips with you.
Get Your Transfer Edge

Get Your Transfer Edge

If you’re planning to transfer to a four-year college, you’ll want to check out PTK’s newest online course, Transfer Edge.
Why Your Chapter Should Induct Incarcerated Students

Why Your Chapter Should Induct Incarcerated Students

Advisor and alumna Jessica Supinski offers her perspective on a recent induction ceremony for incarcerated students and asks you to consider opening your chapter — and your heart — to eligible students like this near you.
Is An Online Bachelor’s Program Right for You?

Is An Online Bachelor’s Program Right for You?

An online bachelor’s degree program isn’t for everyone, so how do you know if it’s right for you? Kaplan Educational Foundation shares the top five considerations for potential online students.
I AM PTK: Mahlon J. Randolph

I AM PTK: Mahlon J. Randolph

With World AIDS Day approaching, Georgia alumnus Mahlon J. Randolph shares his experience living with HIV and how it sparked his true passion.