Congratulations! You’ve been invited to join a college honor society. It’s an accomplishment that you and all your friends and family should be proud of. It shows your dedication and hard work that you’ve put into your studies thus far. But now that you’ve received your invitation, what should you expect? If you’re feeling a bit nervous […]
Some honors societies, like Phi Beta Kappa, date back to the 1700s. These academic legacies are communities of pride and prestigious achievements. At the beginning of every new school year, students get stuck with deciding on which honors society to join. Not all invitations are equal and not all honors societies are worth joining. If […]
Brienna Thompson has done an incredible job of getting the people of her campus involved with Honor Society! We also support and honor our Marines, so we are very pleased to have Brienna as a member. Congratulations!
Alonya exemplifies the true Honor Society spirit by getting herself into a leadership position as quickly as possible and growing from there. Congratulations to Alonya! “
Madison Thornhill, our “Member Spotlight” Scholarship recipient, felt that
as a member of Honor Society, she was thankful to use the membership benefits of scholarship opportunities and networking with other students and potential employers.
Kendall Few, our Undergraduate Achiever Scholarship recipient, is a Public Relations major at The University of Oklahoma, with a love of political science, too.
Jared Tunks, our Undergraduate Achiever Scholarship recipient, is currently a senior at Barren County High School, utilizing the duel credit program offered through Western Kentucky University.
Jenelle Welborn, our Community Service Scholarship recipient, attends the University of Alaska Fairbanks and is working on her Applied Business Management degree. An early high-school graduate, she is the true representation of Honor Society’s values!
My passion is to help and serve people to meet both their spiritual, physical and emotional needs while providing solutions to improve and make lives simpler.
To Maren, public health represents the interdisciplinary bridge between academia and improved community health.