New Member Recognition Event
Each Golden Key chapter is tasked with hosting an event to induct new members. At these ceremonies, new members join their peers and are recognized for their achievements and are given a certificate of membership. The New Member Recognition Event (NMRE) allows attendees to network and meet student chapter leaders, other members, university administration and faculty and honorary members, as well as learn more about scholarships, member benefits and community service projects.
New Member Recognition Event:
What: Every year, new inductees are officially recognized by the Golden Key International Honour Society, and receive a certificate honoring their amazing achievements:
As GK members, you are recognized for being in the top 15% of your class at UBC!
- This event will be a great opportunity to learn the service projects and events our chapter participants in and how you can get involved.
- We also offer a Tri-mentoring program which you can benefit from as a mentee, or sign up as a mentor
We will also be hosting a service project in support of our SPARK a Change initiative: During this NMRE, there will be a fundraiser for our SPARK a Change mission, and will be selling Golden Key Merchandise.
Money raised will go towards educational workshops.
Your cash donations would be greatly appreciated!
When: November 20, 6:00-8:00pm
Where: Brock Hall
Dress Code: Business Casual
Dr. Kate Ross, EdD in educational leadership, is the Associate Vice-President, Enrolment Services and Registrar at UBC. Dr. Ross brings a strong student focus to all areas of the portfolio and she has been a national champion of best practice in issues from student aid to articulation of admissions.
Wendy McClelland, a business Pioneer; as one of the first small businesses to get online in the mid 1990's, her website was chosen by the NY Times as "one of the best biz sites on the 'net". Wendy is also the author of "27 Steps to Freedom - What Learning to Walk Again Taught me About Success in Business & Life", a book about her recovery from a near fatal e-coli infection which ate away portions of her spine and caused brain damage.
We hope to see you there!
UBC Golden Key