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.
Sigma Alpha Pi Inducts 51 SCC Students
Posted on: Jul/27/2016
Fifty-one students were inducted into the Society chapter at Surry Community College during its induction ceremony. “The core philosophy of the society is that anyone can achieve their dreams with proper support and dedicated action,” explains Tony Searcy, SCC’s Director of Campus Life and Student Support, who was pivotal in starting the local chapter. “These are the future leaders and shakers in the communities where they live.
Southern Miss Students Inducted into National Leadership Society
Posted on: Jul/21/2016
The Society chapter at The University of Southern Mississippi welcomed 53 students as new members during induction ceremonies held recently on the Hattiesburg campus.
Bedford student accepts merit award at Middlex College
Posted on: Jul/14/2016
The Middlesex Community College Foundation presented Society member an MCC Foundation Merit Award for Part-Time Students for the 2015-16 academic year in a recent ceremony held on the Bedford campus.
Reaching goal not the finish line for Iverson
Posted on: Jul/07/2016
Society member and high jump athlete Emilee Iverson recently helped make Pittsburg State University history by participating in the women’s track and field national championship in addition to walking away with her own national title. “I am a sophomore in elementary education with a minor in psychology, and I participate in the Honors Society and the National Society of Leadership and Success,” she said. “I have many more goals set for myself throughout my college career, and I just want to see where those take me.”
DeVry University Announces Student Immersion Experience at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
Posted on: Jun/29/2016
Society member Ue Lisa, of the Devry University Chapter, was selected to gain real-world experience with U.S. Olympic Committee IT professionals at the upcoming Rio Games
Chancellor’s Leadership Award winners named
Posted on: Jun/22/2016
Society member Stacy Brokish,was recently recognized for leadership and service to the campus and community and received the 2016 Chancellor’s Leadership Award at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
National Society of Leadership and Success Interviews Marcia Clark
Posted on: Jun/13/2016
I thought about the saying “you should never meet your idols” as I exited the elevator bank of an uptown publisher and paced the room next to where Marcia Clark was being interviewed in a segment for the National Society of Leadership and Success, which bills itself as the largest college leadership society in the country and for which Clark is an honorary member. Watching Sarah Paulson’s Marcia Clark on Ryan Murphy’s wildly popular true crime series, The People v. O.J. Simpson, introduced my generation to the prosecutor our parents knew as the unflappable hard ass with an atrocious haircut. But for us, Clark was something else entirely. Click to continue reading.
The National Society of Leadership and Success Chapter at Viterbo University Inducts 73 New Members
Posted on: Jun/08/2016
The Viterbo University chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success recently inducted 73 members, bringing its total membership to 525. “We’re very proud of our members. We’ve learned from our members that the Society has had a significant impact on our students to become better leaders and helping them build a better future for themselves, the campus and their respective communities,” say Chapter Advisors.
Former NBA Star Stephen Bardo Talks About the Impact of Sports on the Future Success of Student-Athletes
Posted on: Jun/01/2016
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.
Chapman honors society motivates students toward leadership with opportunities and training
Posted on: May/25/2016
“I’ve been a leader most of my life, so having a club that can help you stand out, learn more about your own leadership skills and how to work with other leaders – that’s something I wanted to emphasize and make sure we could bring to life,” Chapter President Davidian said. “College is such an important time in learning who you are and sharpening your skills.” The five-year-old Society chapter at Chapman University is shining on campus and known for positively impacting not only the lives of its members, but the surrounding community as well. Aside from collaboration with other clubs on campus to hold events, the Society chapter holds its own events that are open to the campus as well. The latest brought esteemed educator Erin Gruwell to speak at campus. Gruwell, known for her unique teaching method, was the subject of the 2007 film “Freedom Writers.” “I can’t emphasize enough how important leadership truly is, and you really can use it in everything,” Davidian said. “You don’t have to be in a certain major or career to be a leader – you can be a leader anywhere. The smallest things can make the biggest difference.”