Golden Keys for successful Mildura students

Golden Keys for successful Mildura students

22 Apr 2010

La Trobe University’s Mildura campus will award its top performing students with Golden Key memberships on Friday April 23.

golden key Golden Key International Honour Society is a not-for-profit, academic honour society which recognises and encourages academic achievement and excellence amongst university students.  Golden Key has around 2 million members worldwide – making it the largest of its kind in the world.

Membership of the organisation is by invitation only to the top 15% of undergraduate students across the university each year. 

A presentation will be held at La Trobe University’s Mildura Benetook Avenue  campus from 5pm on Friday April 23.

State member for Mildura Peter Crisp will be in attendance at the presentation, along with Susanna Chan from the Golden Key International Honour Society in Sydney.  Mike Mooney, CEO of Mallee Sustainable Farming will be a key note speaker for the night.

La Trobe Golden Key has inducted over 8000 members in 11 years.  The Executive Committee work towards offering opportunities to its member to develop personally.  The committee also aim to allow member to achieve their potential through participating in various initiatives.

Golden Key ambassador at La Trobe University’s Mildura campus, Jeremy Seward, says these Mildura students will now reap the rewards of a Golden Key membership.

“Golden Key’s primary role as an honour society is to give recognition to high-achieving students and to establish professional and social contacts between members."

Membership is considered quite an honour in the business world and is an impressive addition to a graduate’s resume.




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