An engaged Chapter Leader, Advisor, or student member?
Seeking hands-on leadership experience?
Looking to connect with a network of success-oriented, motivated individuals across the country?
NSLS is looking for driven, enthusiastic leaders to further our mission to make leadership more engaging, innovative, and applicable for the next generation.
Learning Guild members meet together in community or in small teams, to create new program activities, provide advice to the NSLS team about future programs, analyze our program effectiveness, or discover new innovations for leadership development.
Selected Learning Guild members from around the nation will have an opportunity to participate in leadership development challenges or collaborations. You’ll come away with tangible skills, memorable experiences and a network of committed leaders to help jumpstart your learning, career, participation in transformative experiences together, and – of course – earn some swag and kudos along the way.
Returning Learning Guild members must still complete the application form below and will earn more benefits!
The Learning Guild runs from September 2021 - May 2022.
Must be a member of the NSLS, an Advisor, Chapter Leader, or NSLS inducted member
Be willing to engage in an active side gig (approx. four hours per month from October - April)
Ability to work efficiently and independently, as well as with a team.
Motivated, enthusiastic, outgoing.
Interested in education or program development (leadership), networking, and/or project team work.
Avid fan and enthusiastic learner alongside NSLS.
The Learning Guild is actively recruiting team members to serve on the 2021-2022 project teams. There are 6 teams within the Learning Guild, and a description of each team can be found by clicking on the associated link:
The All-Guild Meetings for this year will take place on the following dates:
October 19, 2021 - Kick-off
November 9, 2021
January 11, 2022
March 8, 2022
April 12, 2022
May 17 - Celebration & Finale
Times for each hour-long meeting will be determined based on conversation and availability during the kick-off meeting.
These dates are rough approximations and may vary depending on the needs of the team and project that the team is working on. The total time commitment is approximately 10-12 hours over the course of the 2021-22 academic year.
The Learning Guild operates through several different communication channels to optimize project and time management.
We use our NSLS Learning Community #SLACK channels to communicate and share in projects.
Upon application to the Learning Guild, teams are assigned to a specific team operated by the firstname.lastname@example.org email address. Such communications include meeting reminders, agenda updates, and post-meeting recaps.
Asana is a project management tool that keeps tasks and goals organized for a team. Each Learning Guild team will have the option to create a team Asana.
Google Suite (Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc.)
Google Suite helps for collaboration in documents and teams working on project goals and deliverables in one space.