Partner with the National Honor Societies.
Target high-achieving high school and middle school students and student activity advisers.
More than 1.6 million students participate in National Honor Society (NHS) and National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) activities each year. More than 25,000 chapters can be found in high schools and middle schools around the globe. Each chapter is managed by an adviser—a faculty member, counselor, or professional staff member responsible for overseeing member selection and chapter activities.
Get their attention! Identify a fit for your college or university. For additional reach and sustained penetration, consider bundling from among these visibility options:
Live and virtual events and content marketing, both digital and print
Live and Virtual Events
LEAD (Leadership Experience and Development) Conferences are weekend events held three times annually in major U.S. locations. Past conferences have been held in Chicago, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C.—a sellout for the past two years.
Target: NHS/NJHS advisers, students
Attendance: Varies by location. Combined among all three conferences each year: approximately 2,000 students.
- Roundtable presentation in the college readiness track
- On-site exhibiting
These one-day events offer hands-on experiential leadership development and student empowerment. Your college or university can host!
Target: NHS/NJHS students
Attendance: approximately 300
- Host a State Summit and showcase your campus!
- For additional exposure, offer faculty or staff who can be part of our on-site workshop facilitator team.
College admission planning webinar sponsorship
NHS and NJHS offer college admission planning webinars throughout the academic year.
Target: NHS/NJHS students, parents, advisers
Attendance: Ranges from 400 to 1,200 viewers with repeat traffic to archive sessions
- Representation from your staff or administration as a webinar panelist
- Institutional logo featured in promotional material, such as student take-home flier
- Logo on the webinar platform
- Logo on the NHS and NJHS web pages promoting the session
These online tutorial sessions guide high school students through critical steps in their college search and enrollment journey. Sessions include topics such as application preparation help, writing personal statements, etc. Guided practice as well as question-and-answer periods during each session open engagement opportunities between students and presenters. Sessions are recorded for repeat viewing by members.
Target: NHS students
- Representation by your staff/faculty during one or more sessions
To partner with NHS/NJHS through live and virtual events, please email [email protected]; subject line, “Advertising Opportunity.”
Content Marketing — Digital and Print Platforms
School of Thought blog/Student Voice microblog
School of Thought is a blog of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, parent organization of the National Honor Societies. Its Student Voice microblog specifically targets educators and advisers with a focus on student development matters. This is an ideal opportunity to start a conversation that amplifies issues impacting student success.
Target: secondary school principals and advisers
- Author a 300- to 500-word blog post for School of Thought.
NASSP List of Approved Contests, Programs, and Activities for Students
The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), parent organization of NHS and NJHS, publishes and posts an annual guide online, accessible to principals, teachers, parents, and students. A national committee of education leaders vets programs included on the list using a standards-based rubric. The purpose of the list is to validate each program’s educational value, organizational structure, and financial integrity to inform school and individual decision making about participation.
Target: principals, student program advisers, parents, students
- For higher ed institutions that offer a program, such as a summer workshop that targets middle or high school students, the institution can apply for inclusion on the list. The application process opens in the fall each year for publication online the following academic year. (September 1-August 31)
Published six times annually, Advise magazine targets advisers of NHS, NJHS, and National Student Council (NatStuCo). Each edition is posted online and accessible to affiliated schools.
Twice each year, Advise includes “Participation Station,” a pullout section specifically targeting student members of NHS, NJHS, and National Student Council. Past pullouts have focused on college preparation tips as well as leadership and community service guidance.
Target: NHS, NJHS, and National Student Council advisers and students
- Targeting advisers: Write a 750-1,000 word article of interest to middle level and/or high school student program advisers.
- Targeting students: Prepare a brief (150-200 word) article addressing a predetermined topic for inclusion in “Participation Station.”
To partner with NHS/NJHS through content marketing, please email [email protected]; subject line, “Advertising Opportunity.”
National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society websites
Target: Advisers, students, parents, administrators
National Honor Society website (www.nhs.us)
Average page views per month: 299,857
National Junior Honor Society website (www.nhs.us)
Average page views per month: 91,918
Published six times per year during the school year and mailed to affiliated-school advisers
Target: Target: NHS, NJHS, and National Student Council (NatStuCo) advisers (faculty members and counselors)
Target: NHS and/or NJHS advisers
Distribution: 26,000 advisers
- Square ad or banner ad in select and relevant emails
Honor Society News
This monthly e-newsletter is sent to NHS and NJHS advisers with the latest Honor Society news, events, and tips.
Target: NHS and NJHS advisers
Membership List Rental
You can also rent a list of student activity advisers.
Target: NHS, NJHS, or NatStuCo advisers
To partner with NHS/NJHS through advertising and email marketing, contact Kim Daniele at [email protected] or 410-584-1975.