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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.


   National Society of Leadership and Success inducts new members
Posted on: May/16/2017
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The National Society of Leadership and Success chapter at Surry Community College held its annual Induction Ceremony for new members for the fall 2016-spring 2017 year in the Grand Hall of the Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture and Enology on April 29. Sixty-four students were selected for membership into the nation’s largest leadership honor society based on either their academic standing and leadership potential.

   New leadership society at DSLCC inducts charter members
Posted on: May/15/2017
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A newly formed leadership organization at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College held its first induction ceremony May 9 on the DSLCC Clifton Forge campus for 13 chapter members. The Sigma Alpha Pi Chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) has been active at DSLCC for about a year, with DSLCC College Success Coach Christopher Shiraki and DSLCC Adult Career Coach Samantha Gray as advisors.

   OCC’S NATIONAL SOCIETY OF LEADERSHIP AND SUCCESS INDUCTS 169 NEW MEMBERS
Posted on: May/15/2017
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The Oakland Community College (OCC) chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) recently inducted 169 new members. It is the chapter’s third group of members to be inducted in one of the nation’s largest leadership honor societies. Currently OCC’s NSLS Chapter has 778 members, many who continue to work toward their induction. “The OCC NSLS continues to have a significant impact on our campus by inspiring our students to become better leaders and helping them reach their goals,” said Stacey Jackson, Chapter Advisor. “We are extremely proud of our members.”

   Dozens Inducted into Brookdale Leadership Society
Posted on: May/10/2017
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Sixty-seven students were welcomed into one of the fastest growing student organizations on campus May 9, during the Spring 2017 Induction Ceremony for the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) at Brookdale. The inductees – who spent a combined 816 hours this semester participating in intensive workshops, leadership training sessions and interactive seminars – were presented with official NSLS pins and certificates of recognition in front a capacity crowd of friends, family, classmates, and college officials in the Student Life Center. “I am so proud to be here with you and celebrate your achievement tonight,” said Brookdale president Maureen Murphy. “The organization that you are joining is truly, truly a jewel here at Brookdale Community College, and you are going to grow immensely as members of the National Society of Leadership and Success. I congratulate you all.”

   Madison College National Society of Leadership and Success inducts 73 students in its inaugural class
Posted on: May/09/2017
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At the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) Madison College Chapter Induction Ceremony, the feeling of pride among the inductees was impossible to miss. The student members were proud of what they had gained from the experience and all that they had accomplished. While for some, it was just an Induction Ceremony, for others it meant so much more. Members had gained unexpected benefits out of joining the NSLS...

   A Total of 26 PCC Students Inducted into National Leadership Organization
Posted on: May/05/2017
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PCC’s Sigma Alpha Pi chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) welcomed 26 new members to its ranks for completing the required elements of induction and community service. Five more students – Margaret Knight, Morgan Padgett, Danisha Rogers, Haley Stephenson and Grace Wise – will be inducted with National Engaged Leader Award honors.

   Ivy Tech leadership society adds members
Posted on: May/04/2017
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The Ivy Tech Community College Columbus chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success recently inducted 27 new members, including several from Jackson County. The induction of the new members brings the society’s total inducted membership to 150.

   University News - Leadership society honors local students
Posted on: Apr/30/2017
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The National Society of Leadership and Success, the largest leadership honor society in the nation, inducted 27 new members at Ivy Tech Community College Columbus at the end of April.

   Six students inducted into leadership society
Posted on: Apr/27/2017
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Six students at Isothermal Community College were inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success this week. The ceremony took place in the student center lobby on Tuesday, April 25.

   Mussab Ali Becomes RU-N’s First Truman Scholar
Posted on: Apr/14/2017
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Rutgers University – Newark Society Chapter Founder/President, Mussab Ali is only a junior and already making his mark on the world. As Rutgers University – Newark’s first Truman Scholar and the 10th from Rutgers University overall, he is one of just 62 nationally, chosen from a field of over 768 candidates nominated by 315 colleges and universities this year based on their leadership potential, academic and communications skills, and dedication to public service. It’s not the first time, though, that he has been a standout. "Mussab Ali is a standard bearer, a student leader who has so demonstrably put his mark on our university,” says Rutgers-Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor. “From starting and directing a campus chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success, to serving on the Executive Board of the Muslim Student Association, he had been a positive community builder--a leader of future leaders among our incredibly diverse student body, listening acutely, drawing out perspectives from others, and shaping those around him. We couldn't be more proud of him.”