Members of honor societies certified by the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS), including Pi Gamma Mu, are eligible to receive scholarships for programs and internships provided by ACHS partners. These valuable opportunities include:
- Washington Internship Institute — all inducted student members of the ACHS societies will be awarded a $500 merit-based scholarship for the ACHS/WII Washington Internship Program.
- The Fund for American Studies — one inducted student member of each of the ACHS societies will be awarded a merit-based $1000 scholarship for a TFAS Summer Institute or Capital Semester.
- The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars — awards a $1,000 housing scholarships to selected students who are members of ACHS honor societies.
- The Osgood Center — offers a $500 scholarship to be applied to the cost of its internship program in Washington, D.C. This scholarship is automatically awarded to any student who is a member of an ACHS member society.
- The PhD Project — encourages ACHS member society students to participate in an expansive network of support that helps African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans and Native Americans attain their business Ph.D., become business school professors and serve as role models to attract the next generation of minority business leaders.
- United Planet — offers one merit based scholarship for an inducted student member of each chapter within every ACHS member society per calendar year in the amount of $500 scholarship for any United Planet international program in one of over 35 countries. United Planet also awards five merit-based scholarships for alumni in every ACHS society per calendar year in the amount of $500 for any United Planet international program in one of over 35 countries, and offers preferred program fees and support for chapter, society-wide, and alumni groups.