Snead State Community College inducted 57 students into the National Society of Leadership and Success on Monday, Dec. 3.
NSLS is the nation’s largest leadership honor society. Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential. Candidacy is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction. NSLS has 588 chapters and more than 800,000 membership nationwide.
To be inducted in the leadership program, students have to complete requirements such as attending a two-hour orientation meeting, attending a four-hour leadership training day, attending at least three speaker broadcasts, meeting regularly with peer groups throughout the semester, and submitting at least three essays detailing goals and their progress.
Snead State President Dr. Robert Exley spoke to the students during the induction ceremony.
“Real leadership and success requires passion to make a difference, courage to believe in your future, and a willingness to serve others ahead of self. Write your life story to make a film, not a collection of snapshots. Our life stories evolve constantly as we shape the meaning of our past, present and future,” said Dr. Exley.
Inductees into the National Society of Leadership and Success at Snead State Community College include:
Peyton Cheek, David Garcia, Juana Lemus, Sam Lyons, Olivia McCreless, Jordy Nieto, Lencha Pascual, Pola Pascual, Kayla Sanchez and Colby Sims.
Griffin Dunn, Meghan Staton and Mallory Maze.
Anna Kate Beck, Hannah Beck, Chesley Bristow, Lexi Camper, Kristen Coley, Keily Esquivel, Lizeth Esquivel, Yvonne Esquivel, Hannah Hallmark, Salma Martinez, Bailey Maynard and Caelyn Wigley.
Anna Parrish and Tiffani Schwaiger.
Aliyah Alexander, Oscar Altamirano, Rebekah Brothers, Mariah Cloud, Matthew Hawkins, Samuel Hillburn, Celine Hosken and Anna Worthy.
Viridiana Frias-Villalogos, Lyndsey Nolen and Breanna Mitchell.