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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.

   Over 100 ASC students inducted into National Society of Leadership and Success
Posted on: Jan/02/2018
   News Article

The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) gained more than 100 new members recently after the Alfred State College chapter held its inaugural induction ceremony in December in the Orvis Activities Center Auditorium. During the ceremony, the auditorium roared with the clapping and cheering of supportive friends and family as the inductees crossed the stage to receive their certificates. In addition to the students, two advisers were inducted, as well.

   Mott Community College's Sigma Alpha Pi inducts new members
Posted on: Dec/31/2017
   Press Release

Members of Sigma Alpha Pi, The National Society of Leadership and Success at Mott Community College, inducted 50 new members for the fall 2017 semester. Three National Engaged Leaders and three Excellence in Teaching awards were also bestowed at the Dec. 9 meeting. The group also recognized three Mott Community College faculty members and one staff member with awards. Sigma Alpha Pi member Jacob Duffiney received recognition for his work on a book drive.

   Kish College hosts NSLS chapter induction ceremony
Posted on: Dec/27/2017
   News Article

The Kishwaukee College chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success held an Induction Ceremony Dec. 1 on campus honoring 28 new members. The NSLS chapter at Kishwaukee College was established in fall 2014. Members who qualified for National Engaged Leader Awards were recognized during the ceremony. NELA members have attended additional speaker broadcasts, network team meetings and community service hours above and beyond the standard membership requirements. Receiving NELA recognitions were Marcus Robinson of Dolton; Katherine Koca of DeKalb; Christine Newman Askins of Rochelle; and Tiffany Newman Askins of Rochelle. The chapter also recognized faculty and staff members at Kishwaukee College for their support of the student experience on campus. Receiving a Plaque of Recognition were Excellence in Teaching – Todd West, assistant professor of English; Excellence in Service to Students – Scott Kawall, director of Student Involvement; and Pernevlon Ellis, assistant professor of sociology.

   PCC Student Named State’s Recipient of NSLS Society State of Mind Award
Posted on: Dec/18/2017
   News Article

Five years after moving from the nation’s capital to Greenville, Amira Ali has been selected as North Carolina’s recipient of The National Society of Leadership and Success’s (NSLS) Society State of Mind Award. Ali, a second-year student in PCC’s Early Childhood Education program, will receive $1,000 through the award, which is given to one NSLS member in each state for initiating or participating in a project that positively-impacted their community. A native Egyptian, Ali earned a bachelor’s degree in Arabic & Islamic Studies in her home country before coming to the United States 15 years ago. She moved to Greenville from Washington, D.C., in 2012 and has become an active member of the community.

   Surry Community hosting Santa’s Workshop on Dec. 15, gift-wrapping service Dec. 19-20
Posted on: Dec/11/2017
   News Article

Surry Community College’s chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) will host Christmas at Santa’s Workshop on Dec. 15 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the college’s gymnasium, 630 S. Main St., Dobson. The fun-filled and festive evening boasts exciting Christmas-themed games and activities, as well as delicious holiday treats. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet and take a photo with Santa.

   Snead State Holds Induction into the National Society of Leadership and Success
Posted on: Dec/05/2017
   News Article

The newly established Society chapter at Snead State Community College inducted 172 students this fall.The induction ceremony was held Thursday, Nov. 30, at the Bevill Center auditorium. Snead State President Dr. Robert Exley spoke to the students regarding leadership during the ceremony. “Whatever you want to do in life, you can do. Sometimes you don’t know what you’re capable of, but your potential is limitless,” said Dr. Exley.

   Meal fit for a Titan
Posted on: Nov/28/2017
   News Article

On Friday, Nov. 17, the Lane Community College Chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success, provided nearly 250 students with breakfast, lunch and dinner. The event was held in Building 19 on the Lane Community College main campus as part of hunger and homelessness week. In addition to providing food, NSLS had several other rooms for students to hang out in including a game room, a clothing donation room and a movie and popcorn room. “A lot of NSLS students are worried about homelessness and we have homeless students in our ranks,” Miacarla Mungo, President of NSLS, said. NSLS members support each other on and off campus. “The NSLS wanted to provide a broad relief for the ways students struggle while they try and achieve some level of academic success,” Clint Corsi, NSLS Social Media Director, said.

   The Salvation Army kicks off their holiday season fundraisers
Posted on: Nov/11/2017
   News Article

The Salvation Army kicked off their Red Kettle Campaign bringing back the red buckets and bell ringers for the holiday season. The red kettles are the Salvation Army's way of raising money and awareness for the whole year. Maliha Huq, President of The National Society of Leadership and Success at Augusta University said, "It's amazing honestly it's amazing and it feels good to know you're giving back to the Augusta community by doing something so amazing."

   White Rose Project supports cancer patients
Posted on: Nov/07/2017
   News Article

The Wabash College Chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success is launching a week-long fundraising event in partnership with The White Rose Project and the 1832 Brew Espresso Bar to help raise money for care packages for cancer patients undergoing treatment in Crawfordsville, Lafayette, Logansport and Kokomo area treatment centers.

Posted on: Nov/06/2017
   News Article

On October 17, Sir Richard Branson visited John Jay College to speak about the role of social good in business as part of a live national broadcast organized by The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS). “Your idea must make a positive impact in people’s lives,” Branson said in front of an audience that included students, staff, faculty, and President Karol V. Mason. “Otherwise what's the point?”