The Society Featured in the News
Society 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.
CSM Celebrates 17th Winter Commencement
Posted on: Jan/27/2016
The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) held its 17th Winter Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, January 21, 2016, at the La Plata Campus. Society member and graduate, Heather Murphy was the Student Speaker at the ceremony and presented the student address. “As we celebrate this success tonight, I want to ask you to consider encouraging others toward pursuing their dreams,” Murphy said to her fellow graduates.
B-CU students inducted into honor society
Posted on: Jan/20/2016
The Bethune-Cookman University chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success, established in 2009, inducted more than 160 students last month. The induction ceremony, was held on Dec. 5 in the Gertrude Hotchkiss Heyn Memorial Chapel in White Hall. The Society chapter currently has over 500 members.
Leadership Organization Inducts 67 Members
Posted on: Jan/13/2016
Sam Houston State University’s chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success recently inducted 67 new members into the organization. “We’re very proud of our members,” chapter adviser Meredith Conrey said. “The society has had a significant impact on our campus, inspiring our students to become better leaders, and helping them build a better future for themselves, the campus, and their respective communities.”
Wakefield Students Inducted into Honor Society
Posted on: Jan/06/2016
On Friday, December 11, 2015, 74 Champlain College students participated in the first induction ceremony of the College’s Society chapter. Among the students were Anna Cuevas and Emma Thompson of Wakefield. The ceremony took place in the Champlain Room at Champlain College’s campus in Burlington, Vt.
Spinelli inducted into Sigma Alpha Pi chapter
Posted on: Dec/30/2015
Travis Spinelli of Leominster was inducted into the Champlain College chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success on December 11th, 2015. The event took place in the Champlain Room on Champlain College’s campus in Burlington, and was the first ever induction for the school’s chapter. A total of 74 student leaders participated.
Weston: Notable Neighbors
Posted on: Dec/16/2015
Benjamin Lander, a resident of Weston, CT, was inducted into the National Society of Leadership and Success on December 11th, 2015, along with 73 other student leaders from Champlain College. This was the first ever induction ceremony for the newly established Society chapter.
WCCC inducts new members to The National Society of Leadership & Success
Posted on: Dec/09/2015
The Society chapter at Westmoreland County Community College recently inducted 37 students at the Youngwood campus this December. Continue reading to see the student leaders recognized.
National Society of Leadership and Success building leaders, awareness
Posted on: Dec/02/2015
The Society chapter at UNC Charlotte is making a name for itself on campus through hosting bigger and better events than ever before. On October 25th, the chapter held its most recent event, which was a campus wide costume contest and served as a team-building event for the members. Papa John's and Coca Cola donated free food and drinks for the event. “This event was basically organized so we could have more visibility for the National Society of Leadership and Success at the university, so that more people could know that this kind of honor society exists,” said UNC Charlotte chapter president Nehal Tanna.
Canned Food Drive
Posted on: Nov/25/2015
The Society chapter at Southern Arkansas University is hosting a can food drive to give back to local shelters. Each dorm on campus will have designated bins where students can place their non-perishable items for donation including: canned vegetables, canned fruit, noodles, peanut butter, hamburger helper, etc.
Roker speaks to NE students via Web
Posted on: Nov/18/2015
“Five-year plan? I don’t believe in five-year plans. I don’t even usually know what I’m having for dinner!” NBC Today weather forecaster Al Roker said Oct. 6 via a national webcast. For a society built on ambition, planning and leadership, that might not be what most members of the NE chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success anticipated hearing, but Roker’s presentation was received with smiles. Roker’s speech, streamed live to hundreds of colleges, was the first in a four-part series by the NSLS filmed at New Jersey City University. By Misti Dehart/ reporter