The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is an honor society that is a bit like a Who's Who for college students. Membership is by invitation and is extended to above-average students who are willing to pay the initiation fee. Unlike a Who's Who directory, there may actually be some benefits. They offer scholarships and try to help students get ahead with their career choices with extensive networking. They often have lunches scheduled with executives of prominent companies in certain fields, or alumni of the Society arrange informational opportunities and many internships.
There are many member benefits which make being a member worth it. Whether it's the $250 to $500 scholarship you receive if you study abroad, or the 5% discount to NSCS members on all products bought from Barnes and Noble.
There's probably a lot more going on that this poster doesn't want to look up, he just wanted to get a page started and hopes an active member or leader of the Davis Chapter finds their way onto the Wiki.
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