If you have been invited to join PBK, you can justly regard it as the pinnacle of your undergraduate career. But the connection doesn’t end once you graduate.
You will join a lifetime network of 500,000 other members around the nation who are business, technology, and government leaders; distinguished scientists, doctors, and lawyers; noted artists, writers, and journalists; and prominent activists and philanthropists.
PBK members are connected through LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram, as well as through alumni associations. All members receive PBK’s quarterly publication, The Key Reporter.
And, of course, Phi Beta Kappa membership is an impressive accolade to add to your resume and CV. It gives you a competitive edge that never dulls. Employers regularly contact Phi Beta Kappa’s national office to confirm that candidates truly are members.