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The National Society of Leadership and Success is NOT a scam. It is a fledgling honor society (very new, founded in 2001, as opposed to other long standing honor societies). Due to this, it may seem like a scam because there is no lasting reputation.
However, I can tell you that while it is NOT a scam. But the quality of the chapter will definitely depend on each of the chapter's officers. I attend UC Davis and I can say that the executive board of NSLS at UC Davis does their best and makes the events they host the best they can.
NSLS's program revolves mainly around 'Speaker Events' which are video recordings of motivational speakers. While some of them are really cool, I didn't particularly enjoy a couple. The speakers are very varied, there was a really cool one by Robert Kiyosaki (the author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad) but one by Linda Papadopolous (a famous psychologist/therapist from UK) wasn't very interesting.
I'm also part of Alpha Zeta and Phi Kappa Phi, and The National Society of Leadership and Success is the only one that actually has me doing something. For AZ and PKP, I just pay membership dues each year and that's it.
DISCLAIMER: NSLS is A FOR PROFIT honor society. I also know that MOST honor societies are FOR PROFIT as well, they just do a better job of downplaying it because they have a long standing reputation with their previous members. However, this does NOT mean that the members need to pay anything. Members simply pay an $85 membership fee and that's it. The money goes to paying the speakers and production costs for the recording. Whatever is left of that money goes to the pockets of the head office.
The most important thing is to have a well balanced schedule, showing both academic and sports potential. The National Honor Society can be beneficial in that it shows some of this balance. It shouldn't be a major hinderance not being a member. But it will look good on your collegeapplication! But it's probably not going to increase your odds of making the team!
Colleges will look at your records and by seeing that you were a National Honor they will more likely accept you into their university.
For your NJHS essay, you need to include how you show leadership,character,citizenship,how you are of service, and why you want to be involved in the NJHS. When I wrote mine, I had a problem of what to put, so I'll help you with each requirement. For leadership, you can include how you don't follow other people's bad influences, how you are a leader of things you participate in, such as school. For character, you should include how you are honest, respectful, and how have courtesy. For citizenship, it's basically what it says; how you are a good citizen. For service, you can write how you help your community, if you participate in fundraisers, anything helpful you do voluntarily. Remember, the NJHS is about helping out, so write why you would like to help out and you can put how you would like to increase your leadership skills and be of more service.
I'm not sure this is what you want, but "The National Geographic Society" seal is imprinted with "Incorporated 1888".
Selection is based on four criteria: service, leadership, scholarship and character, and requires some sort of service to the community, school, or other organizations.
For my school, they makes us pay 60 dollar for it
Many Catholic schools do participate in the NJHS, others do not. That is left to the discretion of each school or parish.
Honor Society has had many live chats in the past.
You have to write what you do outside of school and how you help the community. You would also need to talk about your grades and how you don't just study 24/7.
The National Honor Society is a very prestigious club to be inducted into. In order to first be considered a student, usually high school junior but sometimes senior, must have a very high GPA OS 95.00 (weighted) or 3.9, depending on how your school does it. After this a student will receive an application in which extracurriculars, leadership, and volunteer service must be clearly documented proving that you are a very well rounded student with high potential. If you have a goal of getting into NHS I highly suggest you start building up your leadership abilities and extracurriculars soon so there will be no discrepancy come application time. Good luck!
"The National Scholars Honor Society is a private and independent academic honors organization dedicated to encouraging, recognizing, and rewarding high academic achievement in all areas of study. The membership is composed of students and scholars from university, graduate, and professional programs. The National Scholars Honor Society is the only national honor society to adopt and function by an honor code. The National Scholars Honor Code cultivates honor and integrity in membership in a practical way, creating trust and an atmosphere of respect, which all scholars deserve, and should expect from any honor society. We strive to encourage and reward personal growth and development, placing a high value on students who possess a sense of civic responsibility and dedication to our nation's political process. The National Scholars Honor Society does not endorse any particular political views."
The Honor Code is an open invitation for applicants to demonstrate their honesty, integrity, and self-determination.
The Honor Code: "I will conduct my academic and personal affairs with the utmost integrity. I will honor myself, and the tenets of the National Honor Society."
Well I have to admit that I am skeptical of them but I received a nifty embossed certificate with a letter saying that my membership fee had been waived because of my academic achievement. It may very well be a scam but I don't know why they would send me a pin, certificate and letter for freeâ€¦
They also have their bylaws posted which is kind of good for a honor society.
Joel feldstein did this and got kcicked out
they are straight "A" students that can do extra work for $15. the extra work is pretty much helping the community as well as extra homework.
It can strengthen your college or job applications, plus you get an opportunity to volunteer and help others. I am an NHS member at a high school, and in my case, however, most of my volunteer hours are non-NHS related activities.
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It's a big candle that is lit and it says National Honor Society written at the top.
As far as I can tell, it just looks good on your resume. You attend a cermony and receive a pin and certificate. I'm discovering this for myself, so please correct me if I'm wrong.