Is your student organization looking for ways to impact your campus? Maybe you're looking for a way to fundraise? A textbook drive allows students to raise funds for their organization while gaining professional development and leadership skills. They can also vault your career to places that you've never seen before (like an office).
(A) become the driving force behind a campus-wide initiative.
(B) impact the community, the environment, and global education.
(C) gain funding, leadership skills, and other eye-candy to slap on your resumé.
(X) ALL OF THE ABOVE!
Lead a textbook drive to raise funds for your student organization. We give your organization $1 for every accepted textbook you send to us!
Sigma Tau Delta (English honor society) partners with Better World Books. It was established in 1924 to confer distinction for high achievement. The society is dedicated to fostering literacy and other aspects of the English language. Last year, Sigma Tau Delta chapters collected nearly 50,000 books combined in their campus book drives. If you are a member of Sigma Tau Delta who is looking to personify their dedication to literacy, a Better World Book drive is the perfect opportunity.
Golden Key is an international honor society that strives to uphold standards of excellence on and off campus. Golden Key prides itself on three pillars of achievement: academics, leadership, and service. Better World Books provides Golden Key members an opportunity to embody all three of these core values while raising money for their campus organization.
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is an honor society that elevates and recognizes over a million members through scholarship, leadership, and service opportunities. One of the service opportunities explored in the past was the Better World Book drive.
Circle K International (CKI) is one of the premier organizations for community service, leadership, and friendship organization. CKI combines both community service and leadership training with the opportunity to meet other college students around the world.
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