Friday, February 26, 2016
HonorSociety.org is proud to spearhead the celebration of Honor Society Day on March 2. Honor Society Day is a celebration of the centuries old tradition of honor societies and recognizing academic success.
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Saturday, February 20, 2016
American Red Cross Director Jane Goldman speaks at the HonorSociety.org Los Angeles member trip. HonorSociety.org supports the fundraisers and initiatives of the American Red Cross through dollar-for-dollar matching of donations, and spearheading fundraisers within our society.
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Thursday, February 18, 2016
Harold Tan gives a speech to HonorSociety.org members at UCLA discussing his career, passions and message for the future. Harold discussed the environment and global awareness in depth. Harold founded the SunJack which is a portable solar power charger.
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Wednesday, February 17, 2016
US World Cup soccer star, and HonorSociety.org member, Cobi Jones gives a speech to college HonorSociety.org members from around the nation who attended the Los Angeles Member Trip. Cobi Jones talks about leadership, and the value of hard work and self-determination.
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US World Cup soccer star, and HonorSociety.org member, Cobi Jones discuss success on the field. Cobi describes winning a championship and the value of team accomplishment in addition to individual accomplishment.
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Cobi Jones advises HonorSociety.org members on how to become a leader. Cobi recommends reading books and hearing the stories of people who you want to influence you.
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Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Building an HonorSociety.org chapter at your school is a significant leadership experience that helps build a community among high achievers on campus, and connects you to like-minded people and opportunities throughout the nation. Learn more about the opportunity by watching the video above where Monica discusses how to start a chapter.
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