5 Ways Becoming a Chapter Founder Helps You

Elevate - The Honor Society Magazine
5 Ways Becoming a Chapter Founder Helps You
Mar 27,2015

One of the greatest things that you get out of your college experience is the opportunity to build lasting relationships with fellow classmates. These relationships make up your support system, whether it’s to call someone up to go grab lunch within a moment’s notice or to study together for your upcoming exam, you know who your go-to people are. As chapter founder of HonorSociety.org, you can take this support system to a whole new level. You will build the chapter on your university that is made up of your university’s most ambitious students.

 

As a chapter founder, you will be paid to be a campus leader and will receive leadership experience that will set you apart in a major way when the time comes to apply for jobs.  Imagine getting the opportunity to make a difference on campus by engaging with the campus’ most talented students and bringing them together in one place. You will get hands on experience reaching out to prospective members, creating your own marketing strategy that is specific to your campus needs, PR, and event planning!

LEADERSHIP

Imagine getting the opportunity to make a difference on campus by engaging with your campus’ most talented students and bringing them together in one place. As Founding President, you will oversee the chapter's growth. 

RECOGNITION

Your hard work will be recognized. This is a paid opportunity and you will also be eligible for academic scholarships beyond those available to HonorSociety.org members.

NETWORKING

Build connections with students and faculty members, and grow a lifetime network of professional and academic peers. 

EXPERIENCE

You will gain hands on experience by creating your own marketing campaign, PR efforts, event planning and more. This is real-life work experience that hiring managers look for.

SERVICE

Lead HonorSociety.org community service efforts on your campus for your community and on a national level.

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5 Ways Becoming a Chapter Founder Helps You

 5 Ways Becoming a Chapter Founder Helps You

5 Ways Becoming a Chapter Founder Helps You

5 Ways Becoming a Chapter Founder Helps You

One of the greatest things that you get out of your college experience is the opportunity to build lasting relationships with fellow classmates. These relationships make up your support system, whether it’s to call someone up to go grab lunch within a moment’s notice or to study together for your upcoming exam, you know who your go-to people are. As chapter founder of HonorSociety.org, you can take this support system to a whole new level. You will build the chapter on your university that is made up of your university’s most ambitious students.

 

As a chapter founder, you will be paid to be a campus leader and will receive leadership experience that will set you apart in a major way when the time comes to apply for jobs.  Imagine getting the opportunity to make a difference on campus by engaging with the campus’ most talented students and bringing them together in one place. You will get hands on experience reaching out to prospective members, creating your own marketing strategy that is specific to your campus needs, PR, and event planning!

LEADERSHIP

Imagine getting the opportunity to make a difference on campus by engaging with your campus’ most talented students and bringing them together in one place. As Founding President, you will oversee the chapter's growth. 

RECOGNITION

Your hard work will be recognized. This is a paid opportunity and you will also be eligible for academic scholarships beyond those available to HonorSociety.org members.

NETWORKING

Build connections with students and faculty members, and grow a lifetime network of professional and academic peers. 

EXPERIENCE

You will gain hands on experience by creating your own marketing campaign, PR efforts, event planning and more. This is real-life work experience that hiring managers look for.

SERVICE

Lead HonorSociety.org community service efforts on your campus for your community and on a national level.