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Golden Key International Society

 
#1 Golden Key International Society
24/01/2010 20:50

Mojo

Not wanting to waste anyones time, straight to the point. How recognised is it to be amongst one of the golden key members - top 10 percent of university students. I dont think I have done extremely well in my studies, could have done alot better but I have received a letter to join this society with a hafty fee attached.

Is it worth it? Do employees regard this as something extraordinary and will you gain a better chance being part of this society against another individual who is not recognised.

Spelling and grammar police - mind the punctuation errors if any. Thanks

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#2 RE: Golden Key International Society
25/01/2010 02:48

Betty to Mojo (#1)

What matters is experience, member ship and participation in student associations in your field, community service, self sufficiency(ie worked to put yourself through college), and a continuous track record toward a goal. If you're in the top % of your class, list it. You shouldn't have to purchase acomplishments. Hope this helps.

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#3 RE: Golden Key International Society
25/01/2010 05:14

aus_mike to Mojo (#1)

Some may disagree, however I know that many of my peers have become members. Perhaps it is more recognised in Australia?

Depending on the fee (probably just to cover ongoing administration) - anything to help you get a leg up on the competition is probably worth the effort.

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#4 RE: Golden Key International Society
25/01/2010 06:49

Evil Consultant to Mojo (#1)

Never heard of it until it came up here. Judge its value in the UK from that. It may be different in other countries.

EC

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#5 RE: Golden Key International Society
25/01/2010 08:07

Anon to Evil Consultant (#4)

Sounds like a really smart 'C' student found a way to take money from the special kind of of 'A' students that went to some bottom tier unis

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#6 RE: Golden Key International Society
25/01/2010 09:34

someguy to Mojo (#1)

Never heard of it, myself until I wiki'ed it this morning. Up to you if the fees are worth the extra half-line in the CV or the "networking opportunities" with Bill Clinton and Desmond Tutu? (Honorary members - wonder if they have to stump up for fees as well?)

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#7 RE: Golden Key International Society
25/01/2010 17:06

Mars A Day to Mojo (#1)

Pay me a heftty fee and I'll send you a letter to join the Mars A Day Strategy Round Table (More Oval Actually) Society. I'll give you a certificate I whip up on my laptop with a nice heraldic looking header if you want one.

Worth about the same.

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#8 RE: Golden Key International Society
25/01/2010 17:51

Dave to Mars A Day (#7)

Forget the Gold society.

For just £450 per annum, you can join the "Dave's exclusive PLATINUM KEY SOCIETY" of which I am currently el Presidente. Cheque or cash will be fine.

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