National Society of Leadership and Success

About National Society of Leadership and Success

The National Society of Leadership and Success was founded in 2001 with the sole purpose of creating lasting positive change. Beginning with a handful of chapters and no membership components, the Society now reaches more than 100,000 students around the world with over 240 established chapters.

The Society encourages community action, volunteerism, personal growth and strong leadership from its chapters and members around the world.

We Build Leaders Who Make a Better World!

Steps to Membership:

Students who are eligible to join must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher in college level coursework. There are four steps members must complete in order to be an Inducted Member of the Society. While many pending members complete the four steps with in one semester, there is no time requirement to complete the steps to full membership.

I. Orientation

Attend an informational meeting at the beginning of the membership semester that details the rights and responsibilities of membership.

II. Speaker Events

Attend three speaker broadcasts (live streaming or re-broadcasts) with nationally known speakers. 

III. Leadership Training

Attend a training session that focuses on exploring challenges, recognizing strengths, identifying passions, and setting up a personal plan to initiate the change needed to move forward as a leader.

IV. Success Networking Teams (SNT)

Team members learn to work within a team framework, provide peer coaching, set and achieve goals along specific timelines, and hold themselves and others accountable for results. Attend an SNT Orientation and at least three SNT meetings in a row to meet this requirement.

Steps for the NELA

(National Excellence in Leadership Award) **These are additional steps to the Inducted Member Requirements listed above

  • Attend three speaker broadcasts (live streaming or re-broadcasts) with nationally known speakers.

  • Team members learn to work within a team framework, provide peer coaching, set and achieve goals along specific timelines, and hold themselves and others accountable for results. Attend an SNT Orientation and at least three SNT meetings in a row to meet this requirement.

  • Participate in any community service project on or off campus. Hours can be done at one event or they can be completed at several events. Keep in mind many on campus events going on that students are more than welcome to participate in. Check out this link for some on and off campus projects: LEADERSHIP THROUGH SERVICE 

Current Executive Officers and Advisors:

NSLS Chapter Advisor:  

Chastity Richmond      Email: nlc-nsls@alamo.edu & Email: crichmond5@alamo.edu