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5 Steps to Prep for Grad School Applications

As a distinguished undergraduate scholar, your thoughts may turn to wondering what’s next for you after you’ve earned your diploma. If you’re considering grad school, here are our tips on how to get your application in tip-top shape. 1. Start early The most important part of starting early is taking full […]

What to Keep in Mind When Transferring

Have you ever been curious about the experience of transferring schools? Katina Buchanan, a 4-year college student at Kaplan University studying for her Bachelor’s of Social Sciences in Business Administration, shares her thoughts on the matter. “There’s nothing in the world that can be more stressful than having to make […]

Scholar of the Week: Amani Abutaha

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Amani Abutaha! Amani is a junior at The University of Toledo, where she is a Human Resource Management major. Amani’s favorite NSCS experience was creating a Jared Box for the children in the hospital. “I had a great time picking out the toys […]

Scholar of the Week: Natasha Infante

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Natasha Infante! Natasha is an incoming senior at the University of South Florida, where she is a Biology major. Natasha’s favorite NSCS experience was being a mentor in the Spring 2017 Torch & Laurel Mentorship Program, which paired NSCS members with scholars in […]

Scholar of the Week: Dillon Mitchell

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Dillon Mitchell! Dillon is a recent graduate of Oklahoma State University, where he was a Finance major. Dillon’s favorite NSCS experience was serving as VP of Finance and President of his chapter. “In addition, I had the special opportunity to serve as a […]

Scholar of the Week: Jennifer Trabucco

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Jennifer Trabucco! Jennifer is a senior at Ramapo College of New Jersey, where she is a Biochemistry major. Jennifer’s favorite NSCS experience was being a part of the International Scholar Laureate Program’s delegation on medicine and science in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia. “I […]

10 Reasons to Tune in to Virtual Leadership Summit

We’re less than a month away from Leadership Summit! Let’s break down the 10 reasons why you should set your reminders to attend on June 17 and 18. Note: Leadership Summit is required for all incoming officers and open to prospective officers. Learn to Lead: Being a chapter officer is […]

Scholar of the Week: Jacqueline Jones

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Jacqueline Jones! Jacqueline is a senior at Liberty University Online, where she is a Psychology major. Jacqueline’s favorite NSCS experience has been serving as Chapter President. “I enjoy building friendships with other fellow officers and members. Sharing events and stories has allowed me […]