The Mission & Overview:
Our mission is to facilitate members to realize their highest potential through the advancement of academics, leadership and networking. HonorSociety.org is national and established organization with a fast-growing technology focus that gives students the tools and recognition to succeed.
Start a Chapter
Starting a chapter of HonorSociety.org is a great opportunity to build leadership skills, build a network of contacts and gain invaluable experience. HonorSociety.org is redefining the way ambitious students connect and seek out opportunities.
This is for the role of chapter founder and HonorSociety.org campus leadership position. This position will play a pivotal role in shaping HonorSociety.org on your campus, and leaving your tangible mark on campus. We're looking for a high energy, passionate candidate with exceptional leadership, organizational, communication, project and people management skills. The role will be focused on leading our member engagement and potential member outreach – including strategy, PR, thought leadership, research, events and more. Be a leader with HonorSociety.org. Build the future.
• Motivation. You have to want to make a difference.
• Organization and follow-through. Building a meaningful chapter takes time. Building a registered student organization requires the filing of organizational papers with your school, rallying members and officers together, and often requires finding and collaborating with a faculty sponsor for the organization.
• Must be enrolled at a university during the 2015-2016
• $1,000 scholarship for chapter founders who successfully launch a chapter as a registered student organization on campus.
• A subsidized member trip program to connect with other members and chapter founders in places like Washington DC, Los Angeles, Chicago and more.
• Designation on your HonorSociety.org profile.
• Leadership. The opportunity to build the skill sets needed to lead, organize and grow an entity.
• Networking. A large robust network of like-minded peers and friends. Build relationship that can help you grow and succeed for a lifetime.
• Experience. Tangibly make a demonstrable impact. See what you’re made of and showcase your abilities for future opportunities or employers.