HonorSociety.org Chapter Launches at Old Dominion University
HonorSociety.organd Old Dominion University, recognize and celebrate the formation of Gamma Chapter at Old Dominion University officially formed on September 11, 2015. Active HonorSociety.org members joined together to discuss the mission of the honor society and the positive impact it will have on the university and its neighboring community. The chapter members attended their first meeting, which was led by Jevon Baskerville.
“Jevon has demonstrated great leadership throughout the process. I look forward to seeing all the great initiatives that he and the other members do towards academic and professional success,” said Executive Director, Michael Moradian.
With the installation of the new chapter at Old Dominion University, the chapter is actively planning upcoming event this semester including community service activities and networking events on campus and within the local community.
The Gamma Chapter board members include President Jevon Baskerville, Vice President Neal-Anthony Hale, Treasurer Dennis Pullin, Secretary Diana Porter, Event Planning Coordinator Jaylin Hudgens, Public Relations Chair Julius Burchette, and Member Success Chair Chyna Branch.
Chapter president, Jevon Baskerville said, “The ODU Chapter of HonorSociety.org not only instills the principles and mission of the National Chapter at large, but also leaves a positive, professional, and advocating impact of the student body, that fosters the students to grow intellectually, academically, and professionally. John Quincy Adams once stated, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” And our Chapter of The Society is surely creating leaders.”
The mission of HonorSociety.org is the help its members maximize their academic, leadership, and networking skills in order to succeed academically and professionally. It is an inclusive honor society that is technology-driven and future facing. Members receive special ranking and recognition depending on their GPA standing as follows: 3.2-3.49 Honors, 3.5-3.79 High Honors, 3.8 and above Highest Honors.
HonorSociety.org members are prepared to succeed professionally through unique access to career benefits including showcasing their personal brand and skillsets through their HonorSociety.org profile. They also have access to the HonorSociety.org job board that includes over 20 million job postings along with personalized career development services and one-on-on attention to practice interviewing. Services also include resume and cover letters assistance.
HonorSociety.org is a leading honor society with active members represented at hundreds of universities across the country. It is the preeminent organization dedicated to recognition of student success, and to empower students to achieve. The HonorSociety.org community emphasizes leadership and is a platform to showcase member talents. For more information, please visit www.honorsociety.org or follow on Facebook and Twitter.
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