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The National Society of Leadership and Success

The Society provides college students the opportunity to build critical life and career skills by delivering a step-by-step leadership development program at their campus.  As the largest leadership honor society in the United States, the Society has chapters at over 400 colleges with over 350,000 members.  The Society works in partnership with existing leadership development initiatives on campus or can be delivered as a stand-alone program.

Similar to the commitment of Jesuit institutions to “expansive and critical thinking, to service, leadership, and to care for the whole person”1,  the Society’s mission is to build leaders who make a better world.  We drive our members to build their leadership skills and to then aim their goals and actions towards creating lasting positive change.  Because of our commitment to principles similar to Jesuit institutions, led by our company President who was educated at Xavier University, we seek to partner more significantly with the twenty-eight Jesuit institutions across the United States.  To date we have partnered with four of the institutions (St. Peters, Le Moyne, Spring Hill and Loyola University – New Orleans) and have over 1,700 members from four institutions. 

We invite you to learn more about the Society and how our program can enhance student engagement, increase retention, and offer quality programming within a limited budget for your institution:

To learn more about the Society’s leadership development program, including a video overview, visit:   http://societyleadership.org/startchapter/

To watch comments from our chapter advisors about the Society, visit: http://societyleadership.org/advisors/



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