The NSLS Featured in the News
NSLS members across the country are actively working in being leaders who make a better world. You can find some of their stories covered in the news below.
SCC students recognized
Posted on: Jul/04/2018
The National Society of Leadership and Success chapter at Surry Community College recently inducted 79 students into the organization during its annual induction ceremony in the Grand Hall of the Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture and Enology.
Edison State Students Join National Society of Leadership and Success
Posted on: Jun/15/2018
The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) welcomed twenty-five inductees from Edison State Community College during the spring semester. Advisor and Associate Professor William is confident that the newly inducted members will give participants a leading edge in the workforce. “It was great to see these students learn about success and leadership throughout the past year,” said Loudermilk. “They all completed the rigorous five step program which included accepting nomination, attending orientation, attending leadership training, attending at least three lectures, and meeting with a smaller group of fellow students multiple times.” “The NSLS program does an excellent job of teaching about setting and achieving goals and a great job building community and relationships among Edison State students.”
Mars native hopes to own calligraphy business
Posted on: Jun/14/2018
Now a junior in college, Myron, a Mars native, has found a passion in the art form, and was recently awarded a Dream Support Grant through The National Society of Leadership and Success that she hopes will allow her to own her own calligraphy business.
Awards Piling Up for PCC’s NSLS Chapter
Posted on: Jun/05/2018
Should the current trend of success continue for Pitt Community College’s National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) chapter, the student organization will need a building on campus to showcase its awards. Already the recipient of several prestigious honors for its efforts to ‘build leaders who make a better world,’ the PCC group received a Distinguished Chapter Award from the national organization in May. At the same time, Faith Fagan, an administrative assistant within the PCC Public Services and Fine Arts Division, was awarded $300 as NSLS Advisor of the Year. “There are 600 NSLS chapters nationwide, and PCC was the only community college this year to receive a Distinguished Chapter Award,” Fagan said. “The other winners were from universities, so this was quite an accomplishment for Pitt.”
Midlands Technical College Students Inducted Into Nation's Largest Leadership Honor Society
Posted on: May/02/2018
The Midlands Technical College Sigma Alpha Pi Chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success celebrated the induction of 166 new student members at the Harbison Theatre at Midlands Technical College, which was packed with family and friends. The chapter now has 322 student leaders. “Our society chapter was founded to help our members create the success they want,” said Chapter President Chukwudi Nwajiaku. “The chapter does this by enabling members to engage in reflection and self-exploration, and it provides them with tools for action, inspiration to hold members accountable, and motivation to achieve their goals.”
Two represent ESCC on All-Alabama Academic Team
Posted on: Apr/19/2018
Congratulations to Haley Rose McInnis, Society Chapter President at Enterprise State Community College for being nominated to the state of Alabama’s elite All-Alabama Academic Team!
Students Shine at 2018 Achievement Showcase
Posted on: Apr/11/2018
Dozens of Brookdale’s most involved and accomplished students received some well deserved time in the spotlight April 10 during the 2018 Student Achievement Showcase, held in the Student Life Center in Lincroft. The program, organized by Brookdale faculty and staff, featured 17 presentations by a variety of student clubs, campus organizations and individuals, including members of the Brookdale Honors Program, the Global Citizenship Project, The Innovation Network (TIN) and The National Society of Leadership and Success.
Townsend to be Recognized at Texas Convention
Posted on: Mar/27/2018
On April 30th, Sheridan College Society Chapter President Kaysen Townsend, will represent Wyoming as a 2018 New Century Transfer Pathway Scholar in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Paul Young, president of the Northern Wyoming Community College District, which includes Sheridan and Gillette colleges and the Johnson County campus, said Townsend will be the fourth New Century Scholar to come from Sheridan College in the last six years. According to a news release from the college, New Century Transfer Pathway Scholars are selected based on their academic accomplishments, leadership, activities and how they extend their talents beyond the classroom.
Keys to academic and career success lead Redbird to dream job at Amazon
Posted on: Feb/26/2018
Bracero’s grades remained strong, and he was quickly invited to join Illinois State’s chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi), the largest leadership honor society in the United States. The registered student organization’s philosophy that anyone can achieve their dreams with the proper support and dedicated action was a conviction he held as his own, so he decided to join. As a member of Sigma Alpha Pi Bracero attended chapter events, maintained his academic membership requirements, and even volunteered to facilitate group discussions at the meetings. “I learned so much through the organization, especially though the leadership videos,” said Bracero.
National speakers scheduled for 2017-18 Speaker Broadcast Series at Marshall
Posted on: Feb/20/2018
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Marshall University’s chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success will host broadcasts by two speakers for the national organization’s 2017-18 Speaker Broadcast Series Feb. 27 and March 13. Kathryn Minshew, CEO and co-founder of The Muse, a career platform that helps over 50 million people as they seek career satisfaction, also wrote the book “The New Rules of Work,” which is considered a modern playbook to guide people through the new world of work. Minshew will speak to students about finding career satisfaction from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 27, in the Memorial Student Center’s BE-5.