Lake Land College’s National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) inducted 81 members on April 18 in the Luther Student Center Theater. Lake Land enrolled more than 300 students as paid members in the chapter and inducted more than 80 students who met the requirements for NSLS induction.
Student Life Director Valerie Lynch received a grant to introduce NSLS to campus in fall 2017 as an opportunity to expand leadership roles at Lake Land. It is the nation’s largest leadership honor society.
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.
Lynch led the ceremony and imparted some words about leadership. “To our inductees, after today’s ceremony, you are officially an active lifetime member of the society. Your completion of the membership requirements is just the first step in a larger journey you now share with fellow members,” Lynch said.
For more information about NSLS and Student Life contact Lynch at 217-234-5270 or email@example.com.
To learn more about NSLS, visit lakelandcollege.edu and select the “Student Life” drop down.