National Society of Leadership and Success Chapter Created at Holy Cross

Devyn Forcina ’22

News Editor

College of the Holy Cross has established their own chapter of The National Society of Leadership and Success. This society, henceforward abbreviated NSLS in this article, has over 600 chapters worldwide and is one of the largest collegiate honor societies that is dedicated to leadership.

The chapter advisors at Holy Cross are Brenda Hounsell Sullivan, Assistant Dean and Director of Student Involvement, and Chris Holguin, Associate Director of Student Involvement. 

Nominated students received formal invitations to activate their memberships in the past week. These students have been nominated as the result of their academic accomplishments and leadership on campus. 

Graphic by Hui Li ’21.

The chapter will be meeting virtually, holding an orientation program and beginning the five-step leadership program that is central to NSLS. Students will have the opportunity to learn from esteemed speakers such as Anderson Cooper, Trevor Noah, and Barbara Corcoran. 

Congratulations to the students who have been nominated for this prestigious society. A reminder to enter your nomination codes and pay your registration fees by October 6, 2020. 

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