At the cornerstone of society is education. Helping to promote learning, teaching, and career development is fundamental and crucial to many of the building blocks for a thriving society. When great learning, and great teaching, is minimized or brushed aside, entire frameworks of society suffer. This is why it’s important for honor societies, organizations that are fundamentally organized to promote innovations in learning and teaching, and to foster greater opportunities for academic progress, to flourish and expand. Honor Society is at the forefront of this endeavor.
As their website explains,
“Honor Society exists to enhance academic and professional success. Our society’s goal is to help you succeed, and to connect you with the people and opportunities to help you achieve your goals. We are uncompromisingly driven by our community core values and funded by members just like you, ensuring that our sole focus is best serving our members.”
Honor Society (www.HonorSociety.org) is recognized and has chapters at numerous universities, and is widely recognized as a leader in the educational world. Honor Society leads the path for upward-moving students and alumni and offers scholarships, discounts, test prep, career tools and much more.
Honor Society grew into a leading program by recognizing the emerging trends of the internet and more educational resources and opportunities online. The Society is a technologically online-first society, realizing years ago that trends were shifting towards online education and resources, which are trends that have been further accelerated by COVID.
Mike Moradian, who was accepted to Harvard Business School in 2011 but chose to focus on technology, has faithfully led Honor Society with a firm passion for helping others. As his Amazon author biography explains, “Mike Moradian is the executive director of Honor Society, and the author of the “HonorSociety.org Strength & Honor” series… in 2010 Moradian was named to the Bloomberg Businessweek’s America’s Best Young Entrepreneur’s list. In 2012, Moradian was the youngest executive to be named one of the “top 40 under 40” by Direct Marketing News. Moradian was also showcased in a US Embassy publication entitled “Why Did You Become an Entrepreneur?” and was recognized at the White House as an award recipient recognizing young entrepreneurship.”
The Honor Society is consistently recognized by top publications as among the nation’s premier educational societies for ambitious students and teachers. According to uopeople.edu,
“Honorsociety.org, one of the top honor societies, is all about the internet and the future. Upon logging into their portal, members are given useful resources, including test preparation tools, scholarship opportunities and career guides. Members can get their name out there by making blog posts on the site, and are given the chance to constantly be connected through the Honorsociety.org social media pages. For those that don’t already have such a large web presence, they can help you build your own profile to help prepare you for the work-force after college.”
Additionally, The Honor Society has created a foundation, The Honor Society Foundation, which is a non-profit 501(c)(3), that aims to impact the world in three ways. First, it provides scholarships to high achievers to help them realize their dreams. Second, the Foundation creates values-driven educational content to help provide richer learning, exposure, and awareness; and third, the Foundation preserves the rich and important history of honor societies. The Honor Society Foundation maintains a distinguished platinum rating on GuideStar and was ranked as a 2019 and 2020 Top Rated Nonprofit by GreatNonprofits.org.