The cc I attend offers a couple of honors societies....there's the Honors Program itself which allows you take a set # of units and then have your diploma certified as having graduated "with Honors"; you also qualify for Honors scholarships
which were pretty easy to come by. Additionally, there's Phi Theta Kappa which is the "International Honor Society for Two-Year Colleges"; that involved a one-time membership fee and has available some pretty nice transfer scholarships if you move on to a university. There are also specialty honor groups such as for the psychology department, etc.
Additionally, when I attended a four-year school for my bachelor's, there were many honors groups available; I was in the business school and there were at least 3 I was offered while taking classes.
I almost always take the opportunity to join these groups when offered. They always look good on a resume, but do take some time to find out what the benefits may be, particularly if they're charging monthly fees/dues. That's a new one on me. Most require a one-time fee to join.
Best wishes -- and congratulations!!