Hello NSCS Members New and Old,
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars is not your average honors organization. We encourage academic achievement, but also provide opportunities for members to develop leadership skills, positively change their campuses and communities, as well as prepare for future endeavors (internship, grad school, career). Along the way, members often make valuable connections that can last a lifetime and make college a more rewarding experience.
NSCS offers a quarter of a million dollars in scholarships every year. So, your membership is more than just academic achievement. NSCS gives you the opportunity to develop a well-rounded personality and, as a result, a well-rounded life. We do this by encouraging members to participate in community service and by providing them with professional and personal development opportunities.
In addition to recognition, networking, career resources, leadership development, and guidance/support relating to social service – members can apply for exclusive scholarships and awards, attend special NSCS programs throughout the country, have access to a variety of career development tools others must pay for, and are often courted by recruiters for major employers. In addition, NSCS works to get its members discounts and deals on the things they’ll need most, like health and car insurance, textbooks, and more.
Therefore, I hope you guys get involved and help us rebuild NSCS into something wonderful at Wright State.
"The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) is an honors organization that recognizes and elevates high achievers. NSCS provides career and graduate school connections, leadership and service experiences, access to discounts and savings as well as $250,000 in scholarships annually. NSCS Members are deeply committed to service, integrity and scholarship and, as a result, are impacting their campus and local communities every day" (NSCS.org).
Please attach the organization's constitution.
Every third Tuesdays of the month
066 University Hall
Lenine Rukebesha Iradukunda
Dr Travis B Clark, Ph.D.
Instructor of Chemistry