This honor society offers students the opportunity to join a nationally recognized organization that provides access to some of the country’s top leaders. There is an application process for this leadership opportunity. Students may either apply or be invited to join and there are membership dues.
NSLS, Sigmi Alpha Pi, is the largest collegiate leadership honor society in the U.S. with nearly 500 chapters and more than 525,000 members nationwide. Membership is available to a limited number of students. In addition to honoring excellence, NSLS provides members access to a five-step leadership program on campus. During this process, you will develop skills that will give you success beyond the classroom. The programming offered will give you access to education from some of America’s top leaders including Rudy Giuliani, Arianna Huffington, Common, Carly Fiorina, and many others. There are also scholarship and other awards available. As an active member, you will have to pay membership dues. Visit www.societyleadership.org for more information.
To be nominated for the society, students need a GPA of at least 2.75, be involved in at least one campus activity and have completed at least 15 credit hours. Upon accepting the nomination and paying one-time membership dues, students need to complete three requirements to qualify for induction. To be officially inducted, students complete an orientation day, attend leadership training day and three video presentations that consist of success networking team meetings and speaker broadcasts.
In spring 2018, the Lake Land chapter of NSLS enrolled more than 300 students as paid members in the chapter and inducted more than 80 students who met the requirements for NSLS induction.
If accepted into the NSLS Chapter, you will be invited to an orientation from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Luther Student Center theater on one of these dates:
Leadership Training days for spring 2020 are from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Luther Student Center theater on:
Nicole McKibben- Mattoon, Illinois
Laker Nation Class of 2018
“Not only will I have a credential on my resume and college applications,
I am networking with other leaders who will help me in my future.”