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Great news!  We’ve updated our job bank.
The Society Job Bank, now powered by Symplicity, provides you access to a greater number of jobs by more employers both in the U.S. and abroad.

Last month, members of the National Society of Leadership and Success participated in a service exploration with True Nature Education.
A diverse group of students from 15 states, several of whom had never traveled outside of the United States, joined together to experience the rich culture of Costa Rica.  The group worked together as a strong and cohesive "family" over their seven days together, taking part in six service projects while traveling to three different locations throughout Costa Rica.

On Thursday, December 10th, 2015, The Historically Black Colleges and Universities Center for Excellence hosted The National Society of Leadership and Success’ Positively Impact Student Engagement through Leadership Development presentation in its online Behavioral Health Webinar Series. Attendees of the webinar benefitted by:

We are excited to announce that members can now access many of the benefits of the Society on-the-go!
"The NSLS" is the official app of The National Society of Leadership and Success, designed to enhance the mobile experience for Society members.

On November 19th, 2015, the Society chapter at St. Ambrose University was featured on the 10:00PM local news in Davenport, IA. Society members worked together at the Humility of Mary Shelter, making holiday cards and care packages for veterans as well as assembling special gifts for children in the local foster care system. In the KWCQ TV 6 clip below, St. Ambrose University Chapter President, Briana Carlson-Morales discusses their partnership with Together We Rise, an organization dedicated to changing the foster care experience for kids in the United States.


Congratulations to “Dream Support Grant” recipient Octavia Romano from the Society chapter at The City College of New York.
A few weeks ago, we shared the first of a two-part story highlighting Octavia Romano, a member of The City College of New York chapter, on her Society-sponsored journey to having her music professionally recorded.  Today, we are happy to present the conclusion of her story. Enjoy!
Click here to read Part One.

Brian Chamberlin joined the National Office in August 2014 as a Senior Bookkeeper.
Brian, please tell us a little about yourself. 
Pittsburgh born, Florida raised, youngest of three and uncle to six. I moved to New York City with my fiancé, Charlie, almost seven years ago and love it here. I love animals. I’m extremely close with my family and usually spend one weekend per month in Florida with them. 

On Wednesday, November 4th, Oscar-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg visited New Jersey City University to speak with the Society in a Live Speaker Broadcast hosted by SiriusXM “Morning Mash Up” personality, Nicole Ryan.
Jesse shared his journey from anthropology student to actor with the humor and nervous energy we come to expect from him.  Society members from all over the nation loved every minute of the broadcast, as the advice he gave was not only uplifting and inspiring to the young generation of college students, it was also quite relatable.  Viewers engaged on social media by sharing their favorite #JesseEisenberg quotes and one-liners. 

Congratulations to “Dream Support Grant” recipient, Octavia Romano, from the Society chapter at The City College of New York.
Octavia Romano was inducted into The National Society of Leadership and Success in the Spring of 2014 and graduated from The City College of New York in February 2015. In January of 2011, Octavia came to New York from Argentina as a transfer student to complete her studies in Music Composition. Over the past few years, she has had the opportunity and privilege of studying with great teachers, particularly with Pulitzer Prize winning composer and professor, David Del Tredici.  During this time, she wrote several pieces for different chamber ensembles, including string quartet, and was given the opportunity to have some of that music performed at university recitals and concerts.

This guest post is the last of a three-part series highlighting Pennsylvania State University chapter member Julia Carter on her Society-sponsored study abroad trip to Panama. We hope you enjoyed reading about her journey as much as we did.
Click here to read Part One.
Click here to read Part Two.