Honors

Mortar Board, honor soceity, honors, Elizabeth Earles honors

Mortar Board

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Mortar Board recognizes college seniors for their exemplary scholarship, leadership and service. Inducted in the spring of 2016 followed by a reception dinner with our parents, this society has taught me about service and learning. This is a distinguished honor society that promotes the advancement of knowledge and equal opportunities. I am honored to be a part of Mortar Board and hope to serve it with confidence.

ODK, Omicron Delta Kappa, honor scoiety, Elizabeth Earles honors

Omicron Delta Kappa

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Omicron Delta Kappa is a national honor society that recognizes excellence in academic achievement. It also observes members involved in campus leadership like athletics, community service, campus government, mass media or performing arts. Deep gratitude struck me when I was initiated. I use it as motivation to continue to serve my community as I seek to be better than I was yesterday.

Phi Kappa Phi, honor society, honors, Elizabeth Earles honors

Phi Kappa Phi

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Phi Kappa Phi is an honor society founded in 1897 that notices merit in all academic disciplines. This society engages the community of scholars in service to others. This society connects me with others in the community and encourages philanthropic endeavors in order to better the area where I am placed.

National Society of Leadership and Success, honor society, leadership, Elizabeth Earles honors

National Society of Leadership and Success

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The National Society of Leadership and Success is the nation’s largest honor society. Students are selected for membership based on leadership potential and academic accomplishments. Unique in its own way, this society gives its members an opportunity to build leadership skills with programs specific to the society. By connecting with other members, I am able to learn how to apply my leadership skills and be proactively involved in serving others.

Cardinal Key, honor soceity, honors, Elizabeth Earles honors

Cardinal Key

An organization devoted to leaders in the college community and potential leaders in the future, Cardinal Key honors students who continue to grow. This society inspires leadership, utilizing their capabilities to benefit others. Cardinal Key created the cardinals of living, faith, trust, fortitude and wisdom, to encourage its members to develop character worthy of these virtues.