New leadership society founded at WWU

Building leaders who make a better world-that's the mission of The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS), a leadership society introduced to William Woods University this academic year.

The society was founded 2001, with the hopes of providing an all-inclusive organization that could help tap into the potential of college students across the country. Today, the society has more than 250,000 members at 345 colleges and universities nationwide. WWU is one of the newest universities to join those ranks.

In order to become members of the society, students must first register as pre-members and then complete a series of steps to become inducted members. These steps include attending orientation, a leadership training day, three speaker broadcasts and three success networking team meetings, which are teams that meet to discuss their goals and how they can achieve them.

“The Society is a great tool for students to learn to be more successful in their personal lives and also in the organizations they're involved with,” said Dani Moritz, chapter president. “All of our members did great this year and I'm excited for the society to grow”

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