National Honor Society

Ambassador Informational

Alpha Beta Kappa is the premiere national honor society for America’s private postsecondary schools, institutes, colleges and universities. Alpha Beta Kappa places chapters in institutions which have demonstrated high trades and occupations essential to modern society. The purpose of the Society is to encourage and recognize superior student academic achievement, character, and leadership.

Would You Like to Be A Member Of A National Honor Society? 

2013 ABK Process

ABKHS page 1, ABKHS page 2, ABKHS page 3, ABKHS page 4

ABKHS page 5, ABKHS page 6, ABKHS page 7, ABKHS page 8

There is a one time application fee of $38.

Membership Privileges and Honors

•National Student Recognition
•Reference Alpha Beta Kappa on all Future Resumes
•Lifetime Membership (no annual dues)
•Letters of Reference (upon request)
•Networking Opportunities with other Alpha Beta Kappa Chapters
•Personalized Membership Certificate
•All Alpha Beta Kappa members will receive distinctive Gold Key and congratulatory letter

To all active Alpha Beta Kappa members:  

 Volunteer Opportunities Calendar

 A few voluntary opportunities to consider.  Make sure volunteer activity and site is approved by ABK.

  1. Tutoring at Brown Mackie

This involves an application process

  1. Brown Mackie Supply Store

Once a month help is needed for inventory

  1. Dearborn County (Indiana) Animal Shelter

Location:

11681 County Farm Rd
Aurora, IN 47001
Phone: 812-926-0910
Fax: 812-926-0886

Shelter Hours:
Monday & Tuesday 10:30a.m. – 3:30p.m.
Closed Wednesday
Thursday & Friday 10:30a.m. – 3:30p.m.
Saturday 11:00a.m. – 3:00p.m.
Closed Sunday

Located about 11 miles from Lawrenceburg, IN and 23 miles west of Cincinnati, OH

  1. Other Animal Shelters
  2. American Red Cross – Greater Cincinnati – Dayton area

The first step to volunteering is to complete an Online Application

Upon submitting your application; you will receive a response e-mail describing your next steps. This involves completing an online orientation and attending an information session. You will also be given instructions on completing a background check.

http://www.cincinnatiredcross.org/general_calltoaction.asp?CTA=2&SN=8452&OP=8832&IDCapitulo=k2fa49812e

  1. Food Banks
  1. Salvation Army – Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky

The Salvation Army operates six Community & Worship Centers (Corps) within the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area. These Corps include:

IN OHIO:

The Citadel (Downtown Cincinnati)
120 East Central Parkway
Cincinati, OH 45202
513-762-5649
Corps Officers: Captains Yuri and Lisa-Marie Harrington
Batavia
87 N. Market Street
Batavia, OH 45103
513-732-6241
Corps Officer: Captain Roy Offenberger

Center Hill
6381 Center Hill Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45224
513-242-9100
Corps Officers: Captains Timothy and Lisa Sheehan
Associate Corps Officers & Hispanic Ministries: Lieutenants Edilberto and Giomar Lozano
Westside
3503 Warsaw Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45205
513-251-1424
Corps Officers: Captains Myron and Kim Smith
IN KENTUCKY:

Covington
1806 Scott Boulevard
Covington, KY 41014
859-261-0835
Corps Officer: Captain Heather Holt
Newport
340 West 10th Street
Newport, KY 41072
859-431-1063
Corps Officers: Lieutenants Dennis and Susan Knight

There are also many more locations within the local community

http://www.use.salvationarmy.org/use/www_use_cincinnati.nsf/vw-dynamic-index/1D1C053D85FBD2A5852574F10068FE9C?Opendocument

  1. Walks/ Runs
  2. Matthew 25: Ministries – Humanitarian Aid Organization

11060 Kenwood Road Cincinnati, OH 45242-1816
(513) 793-6256

Monday through Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday 9:00am -2:00pm

Contact Information:

Anita Bowman, Weekday Volunteer Coordinator – anita@m25m.org
Shelly Clos, Saturday Volunteer Coordinator – shelly@m25m.org

Groups of Volunteers

Groups of 4 or more must schedule ahead. Please contact Anita Bowman (anita@m25m.org) to schedule a weekday volunteer group. Contact Shelly Clos (shelly@m25m.org) to schedule a Saturday volunteer group.

Groups may fill out the Volunteer Form to request to schedule a date. Once you fill out the form, Shelly or Anita will contact you to confirm your request.

There are many jobs in the warehouse that children of all ages can do. They are welcome under the following guidelines:

All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times

Children under 8 – 1 adult for every child

Children 9-11 – 1 adult for every 2 children

Children 12-16 – 1 adult for every 3 children

16 and over – may work alone, but if in groups of more than  5 an adult must be present

All new volunteers must complete a Volunteer Registration Form (one per family).

To download the form visit –

http://www.m25m.org/Page.aspx?x=c0d397a8-2bbd-4695-b67e-93eb00681e40

 Disclaimer

This Website is provided “as is” for a public service to the educational community.  Use of information from this website is voluntary and at the discretion of the viewer.  BMC Library Cincinnati provides links to many websites that we do not control, maintain, or regulate.  EDMC and Brown Mackie College disclaims any responsibility or liability for the services or information herein.

 

One thought on “National Honor Society

  1. How about a car wash held on main campus? We can either set an amount or leave it open as a “dontation”. We’re at a good location with lots of traffic — think we can pull enough interest and support for this as a weekend activity? C. Turley

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