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We are proud to share our latest episode of the "Thought Leader Series" featuring the co-founder of Indiegogo, Slava Rubin.



The Fall 2016 submission period runs from
Thursday, September 1st, through Monday, October 31st.
 
The Society Scholarships and Awards Program supports members for their dynamic leadership, service, chapter/member excellence and financial need.



Aug
24
Do you have so much on your plate that you’re left feeling overwhelmed andstressed out? What can you do to get back to a place of controlling ease and relaxation?
 
In an age of fast paced lifestyles and heightened commercialism, everywhere we turn is a demand for our attention. On top of the information overload, we are working longer, and taking less time off. The result? More stress and less time to ourselves.
 
Juggling between work, family and our personal needs, it’s easy to get sucked into the never-ending list of to-dos and end up feeling overwhelmed and stressed.
 
This article looks at 8 simple stress management techniques to overcome this sense of overwhelming anxiety in order to live a more relaxed and stress-free lifestyle.



5 Tips to Make the Post-Vacation Return to Work Less Painful
Your stress levels don't have to skyrocket the second you get back to the office.



Society Spotlight: Aubrey Martin – “Service Learning Scholarship” Recipient
 
Congratulations to “Service Learning Scholarship” recipient Aubrey Martin, from the Society chapter at State University of New York College at Cortland.



Jul
11

Society Member Spotlight: Samentha Regnier

Community Service
Guest Post
Congratulations to Society member Samentha Regnier, Community Service Chair of the York College chapter. As a result of her SNT goals and meetings, Samentha has started a non-profit organization, “Keys of the Heart Incorporated.”
 



5 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE A NAP EVERY DAY

Maximize a Midday Snooze and Start Winning Like the Best Nappers Do




Congratulations to “Better World Grant” recipient Danielle Turner, from the Society chapter at Georgia Southern University.
 
Danielle Turner, a Society member since September 2013, is a biology major at Georgia Southern University. As a “Better World Grant” recipient, she is pursuing a service project of setting up a seminar series that is focused on exposing young minority girls to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) related careers.
 
Today we are happy to share with you part one of Danielle’s progress toward fulfilling her dream.
 



Congratulations to “Dream Support Grant” recipient Jennifer Kent, from the Society chapter at Southern New Hampshire University - College of Online and Continuing Education.
 
A few weeks ago, we introduced Jennifer Kent, who joined the Society chapter at Southern New Hampshire University in September 2014. As a “Dream Support Grant” recipient, she is writing a children’s book about childhood cancer. When it is complete, she is planning a special volunteer event to coincide with the book’s release.
 
Today we are happy to share with you part two of Jennifer’s progress toward fulfilling her dream.
 
Click here to read Part One.



Stephen Bardo, former University of Illinois standout, NBA star, basketball analyst and now a leading champion of education and a Leadership Ambassador for The National Society of Leadership and Success, took some time out of his busy schedule to provide insight into the current state of the student-athlete life, and how sports impact athletes after their playing careers have ended.