The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) is looking for the best and brightest student leaders for a paid two-semester internship with a summer/fall start. This role is remote until it is safe to return to campus. As an NSLS Student President, you’ll lead the charge on starting a new NSLS chapter on your college campus. You’ll be responsible for helping members and fellow students who are training to become stronger leaders by hosting events, managing the day-to-day chapter operations, and providing an excellent member experience. The roots you plant during your internship will live on long after you graduate. Not only will you change the lives of other students, but you’ll transform yourself by developing your own leadership skills, conquering new challenges, and getting hands-on experience in management, communication, budgeting, public speaking, marketing, and event planning. No matter who you want to become after graduation, you’ll gain the skills you’ll need to thrive in your life and career. Learn more about this internship and hear from previous NSLS interns: []() • *Why The National Society of Leadership and Success?** The National Society of Leadership and Success is the largest leadership honor society in the United States, with 700+ chapters, more than a million members, and growing each day. The world is going through a historical moment. Never before has there been a stronger need for change at every level of society. At the NSLS, we’re helping to create the next chapter by transforming students into leaders who make a better future. From the way we think, to the actions we take, the students of today are the trailblazers of tomorrow. Want to be a part of something bigger? Join us! • *Responsibilities**: – Lead the NSLS campus chapter, managing day-to-day chapter operations – Recruit and manage a student Executive Board – Partner with advisors and NSLS National Office team members to grow chapter membership through on-campus outreach initiatives – Coordinate recruitment activities to help invited students learn about and accept their invitation to the NSLS. Some of these activities include on-campus and virtual events like tabling, orientations, and information sessions. – Communicate with members across all communication channels to ensure excellent member experience and high program completion rates – Attend virtual training and meet with NSLS National Office team members in a bi-weekly video conference for status updates on key deliverables – Meet regularly with students, staff, and faculty to develop positive awareness of the NSLS on campus