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Golden Key International Honour Society Inducts Albany-Native Aakash Patel

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Atlanta - Albany-native Aakash Patel has accepted membership in Golden Key International Honour Society and was honored during a recent new membership recognition event at the University of Georgia.

“It’s only fitting that a top academic achiever like Aakash be recognized by Golden Key,” said John W. Mitchell, Golden Key’s Chief Executive Officer.  “Our members are inspired and motivated to achieve not only academic exceptional accomplishments, but also make a positive impact on our world through the Society’s commitment to leadership and service.”

Golden Key International Honour Society provides academic recognition to top-performing college and university students, as well as scholarships and awards, job and internship offerings, networking, service and leadership development opportunities.

About Golden Key

Founding in 1977, Golden Key International Honour Society is a global collegiate honor society established to recognize college students for academic excellence.  While membership in Golden Key begins with academic excellence, the Society’s core mission is to enable members their potential through three pillars: academics, leadership, and service.   The Society, comprised of nearly 2 million members, has more than 375 college based chapters in seven countries including Australia, Canada, Malaysia, New Zealand, South Africa, The Bahamas and the United States.  For more information about Golden Key, please visit www.goldenkey.org .

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