About Honor Society

About The Mission


Honor Society is a Community about Leadership & Showcasing Your Talents.

 Our mission is to help you succeed. We connect you with the people and opportunities to help you achieve your goals.
 
Honor societies are a rich tradition with a history that spans over 200 years. Honor Society recognizes the past, present and future of high achievers.

Graduation

Honor cords, tassels and more. Access to exclusive Honor Society regalia helps you shine on your big day, and have keepsakes for a lifetime. Premium diploma frames and member certificate frames are also available by Church Hill Classics. Visit the Honor Society Store to learn more about what is available.

National Recognition

Honor Society membership stands out. Members are recognized with an Honor Society membership certificate, and access to honor cords and tassels for graduation. Proudly display your membership status on your résumé or cover letter.

Career Services

From graduate school preparation to career placement tools, Honor Society leads the way for ambitious students. From the moment you become a member, Honor Society is dedicated to helping you find the career or internship that is the perfect match for you.

Scholarships

Thousands of dollars of scholarships are distributed by Honor Society each month. Get connected to member-only scholarships, as well as a comprehensive scholarship directory. Scholarships available include; Undergraduate Achiever, Graduate Achiever, Member Spotlight, Community Service, and Study Abroad.

Why Choose Honor Society?

Honor Society recognizes and rewards successful students. Download our PDF to read more about how Honor Society can benefit you!



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Linda Abraham

"That one quality that is valued across the board is leadership, and that is an opportunity that Honor Society gives you. If you can show leadership within the organization, you can take the leadership reigns and start a chapter. You can show that you're going to add a unique stone or distinctive stone to the school's mosaic."
-Linda Abraham

Honor Society Board Member
& Founder of Accepted.com