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Society members at Houston Community College – Southwest have experienced a busy past six months. The chapter is getting involved all over campus and in its community, with activities ranging from decorating a Christmas tree to cleaning up trash in a neighboring town. And all the hard work recently culminated in being recognized at a school-wide banquet. Read below for a recap and photos of everything these exceptional leaders have been up to.

The Society chapter at York College recently participated in Walk Now for Autism Speaks, the nation’s largest grassroots autism walk program and the signature fundraising and awareness event for Autism Speaks. The walk takes place in many communities across the United States and Canada, including Flushing Meadows Park in Queens, N.Y., where more than 3,000 people—including Society members from York—attended. The chapter’s involvement was organized by Community Service Chair Dolkar Tseki.



Dressed in white shirts that read, “What a Difference a Day Can Make,” a group of 10 students from the St. John’s University Society chapter hopped onto a bus last Fall, not sure of what to expect, but excited to make a difference. The group traveled to Forestdale Inc., a center that supports families by offering school programs, parenting classes, and medical services.  And what started as a one-day volunteering activity ended up turning into a lasting partnership.

Healthcare, business and financial services, and education are among the most popular career choices for 2015 college graduates according to a new survey from The National Society of Leadership and Success. The survey results, which also highlight student sentiment regarding the current job market and career and life plans following graduation, are included in an infographic below or available for download at

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