National Adult Education Honor Society
The Levy Center Adult General Education program is one of the few AGE programs in the state who has received the distinction of being awarded a charter from the National Adult Education Honor Society.
The mission of the National Adult Education Honor Society is to provide meaningful recognition to deserving adult education students, to improve student employment opportunities, to develop student ambassadors for local adult education programs and to create adult education awareness with school administrators and state legislators.
Students pay no dues and do not have required meetings or faculty sponsors. NAEHS by-laws prohibit NAEHS from offering anything for sale to student members. Their only obligation is to share with others what adult education has meant to them and encourage family members to take advantage of the local adult education program(s).
To qualify for NAEHS membership adult education students must demonstrate the following attributes:
- Dependable attendance;
- Cooperative attitude;
- Work ethic;
- Adult education teacher recommendation.