I am a member of the National Honor Society (that is pretty self explanatory), and I am also an Eagle Scout. An Eagle Scout is the highest rink for scouting in the USA, you must go through all the rinks, have a ton of volunteer hours, do a project for someone that’s a nonprofit organization or group that helps the community, have a couple board review it, as well as do a ton of paperwork that then is checked over by your troop, the local council, the state level, and then nationals. You must also meet the requirements for merit badges or in simple terms classes. About 8 percent of scouts actually earn the rink of Eagle.
Both of these are nationally and world wide recognized and take a ton of time, comment, skills, and effort. The Eagle Rink is also recognized by the military and instantly upgrades you to rinks. I just don’t know what tier to put them as.
I would rank being an Eagle Scout as Tier 2a under Affinity Groups. National Honor Society would be a Tier 3b activity under Honor Societies, though it could be higher if you had more involvement and leadership than a standard member. Hope this helps!
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