The National Society of Leadership and Success is a national leadership honor society that was introduced to the SUNY Cortland campus in the spring 2015 semester. The Society has chapters at over 700 universities across the country.
The organization's mission is "to build leaders who make a better world". Regional chapters allow members to experience hands-on, personalized leadership development as well as access to networking opportunities with their peers around the globe.
Students who are invited to join can complete an online application form and pay a one-time registration fee. To achieve induction, students are then expected to attend a series of training sessions which takes approximately 10 hours to complete.
The four stages to induction include:
National Society for Leadership & Success – Spring 2020
Orientation Feb. 4 & 5 7 p.m. Sperry, Room 105
Leadership Training Day Feb. 8 & 16 11 a.m. Old Main, Brown Auditorium
Speaker Broadcast #1 Feb. 25 & 26 7 pm Sperry, Room 105
Speaker Broadcast #2 March 10 & 11 7 pm Sperry, Room 105
Speaker Broadcast #3 March 31 & April 1 7 pm Sperry, Room 105
In addition to the leadership development activities that come with the induction process, students will have access to more than $100,000 in scholarship and award money, earn a certificate to signify their leadership training and discover the ability to connect with thousands of other inducted members.
For information about the National Society of Leadership and Success, students may contact Mary Kate Morris or Jonah Reardon, SUNY Cortland's chapter advisors, at 607-753-2322 and 607-753-2956.