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Icing on the Cake

Just in- invite only: Will definitely help with grad school. 🙂

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Congratulations!  Within the week, via U.S. Postal Mail, we will announce your selection to join the Indiana University East chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success, Sigma Alpha Pi.  Your deadline to activate your membership is 9/8/2015.  Simply enter your nomination code, #####-###-#####, at www.societyleadership.org to activate your membership.

Society membership, exclusively by invitation or nomination from our campus faculty, gives you access to leadership certification that is a valuable asset to your professional resume and a life changing personal development tool.  Sigma Alpha Pi is a leadership honor society (not a fraternity/sorority) available to select students on campus.  Your invitation is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction based on academic accomplishment, leadership potential, or nomination from our campus faculty.

Society membership places you among the top student leaders on campus and gives you an edge in the employment market through professional leadership training.  The National Society of Leadership and Success is one of the largest college leadership honor societies in the United States with hundreds of chapters.  Membership gives you access to over $200,000 in awards and scholarships, leadership certification (a valuable asset to your resume), exclusive events on campus, employer recruitment, an exclusive online job bank, networking with other top students on campus, and discounts that can save you hundreds of dollars on computers, textbooks, car insurance and grad school prep courses.

Congratulations on your outstanding achievements and selection to The National Society of Leadership and Success.  Your next step is to activate your nomination code, #####-###-#####, atwww.societyleadership.org and process your registration payment.  We look forward to welcoming you as a member.

Yours truly,

##### ####
Chapter Advisor

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Sweetness!

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6 responses

  1. yvo

    Wow!!! Icing , sprinkles and a big scoop of whoop ass!!!! CONGRATULATIONS B!!! This is wonderful news and you earned the invitation and this ROCKZ!! So Proud of you!!!! xoxoxox

    August 18, 2015 at 7:25 am

    • Thanks so much, Y! The organization even sends a letter to your potential job prospect- that’s pretty awesome. I’ll using this for my resume for sure…heheh. It’s a good way to wrap up the semester. 😉

      August 18, 2015 at 8:39 am

  2. wonderful news my friend.

    August 19, 2015 at 3:02 am

    • Thanks, Gav. Makes all the work a little be sweeter. 🙂

      August 19, 2015 at 7:13 pm

  3. Claude O

    Just be careful, Hon (he said, in his Devil’s Advocate role)…

    http://ask.metafilter.com/193962/Obscure-Honors-Society-Worthwhile-Investment-or-Complete-Scam

    :))

    August 20, 2015 at 8:16 am

    • Thanks, Dr. C! 😉 Nothing to worry about on this end. Every society (or any type of club- anywhere) has membership fees. I understand that that’s how they can pay back into their over $2000,000 scholarships annually. For me, the $85 membership fee is like $8,500- (yes, I’m that poor!) but I know a good payoff when I see one. To be able to name drop on a resume and also, using that to my benefit in getting into my grad school- both of those are worth more than the price to join; I’ll be able to open new doors just on that “claim” alone. Being nominated isn’t the same as being inducted though. It’s a 5 step process and yes, community service is part of it! (As is contributing to writing a few pieces for the leaders, etc.) But still, it’s worth it to me because every little thing that you can add on your resume- in that area- it’s totally worth it. Plus, it’s guaranteed lifetime membership. It’s not even close to being a scam- the author of that article has every right to question its authenticity, but I think he or she should’ve done a bit more of their homework before asking the internet if it’s a scam…heh. And as we know, homework is my specialty! 😉

      August 20, 2015 at 7:20 pm

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