We view our Society as the “gateway” for academic excellence across the entire Homeland Security Enterprise. As an honor society, we want to continue our growth. To date, we are planning to expand our mission into other exciting areas, such as:
Thomas Swenson, Graduate Student, Boston University
St. John's University Chapter
"Membership in the Order of the Sword and Shield National Honor Society will immediately set you apart from your peers. I can tell you first hand, after being inducted into the Honor Society in 2012, many doors have opened. When applying to Graduate school at Boston University, the Dean commented to me, "You have a homeland security degree and you are a member of a homeland security honor society?" Needless to say, 3 weeks later, I received my acceptance letter."
Still not convinced... If you are still unsure, we could place you in contact with some of our recent inductees (student or professional) so that you can find out first hand what we are all about.
Distinctive Benefits for your Students and Certified Membership:
Exclusive Benefits for your Institution:
For Prospective Schools and Professional Associations Considering Chapter Membership
For Prospective Students and Professionals Seeking Application for Induction
Whether you are a student, young professional, or a seasoned industry veteran, we offer many benefits to our inducted membership.
When your institution partners with the academic and professional honor society dedicated exclusively to the entire Homeland Security Enterprise, your students and certified membership will stand out…
Michael Morganti - DRI Chapter receives the 5 Year Chapter Citation from Executive Director Jeffrey P. Grossmann, JD
Lizy Nieves - Regis University
Patrick Ridder, MBCP, MBCI, CHPCP Business Continuity/ Disaster Recovery DIRECTV, Inc.
DRI International Chapter
I was notified shortly after receiving my Masters Certification in Business Continuity Management that DRII’s Master ranks were now being inducted into the Order of the Sword and Shield. I was pleasantly surprised as I started to research the mission, values and charter of the society. To have earned a place beside such noble professions as Homeland Security and Emergency Management was truly an honor. As an active professional in several circles, I feel I can speak for my fellow planners when I say that we’ve long believed in our purpose and mission. Often times our passion for bringing quality services to our employer is met with a lukewarm reception. Yet, we continue to drive forward a message of awareness, preparation and response that will ultimately enable a much greater sense of self-reliance during unplanned catastrophes. My induction into the Order of the Sword and Shield sends a message that our tenacity will bring about change and our efforts are recognized among other professionals that put the needs of others above their own.
Let's face it, having the leading national honor society dedicated to homeland security, intelligence, emergency management, and all protective security disciplines recognize you as an outstanding student or professional says a lot. In today's difficult economy, even outstanding students and professionals could use a little more recognition as added value for their resumes.
So, what's to think about...
In addition, you will receive: