Scholar of the Week: Jocelyn Simmons

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Jocelyn Simmons! Jocelyn is a senior at The Florida State University where she is majoring in Communications and Sociology. Jocelyn’s favorite NSCS experience was attending ScholarCon. “The rich network that was filled with passion and excellent leadership blew me away!” she said. “I […]

TN2M Ali

Welcome – All of You – Back to School

There are certain combinations of words that, to some, exude either literary power or endless lexical beauty, regardless of their language of origin – Mer de noms (sea of names) in French; nave del olvido (vessel of oblivion) in Spanish; Rosenrot (Rose-red) in German; “Cellar Door” in English (this last […]

TN2M Abbey

Simple Tips for a Stress-Free Year

Photos by: Bitmoji We would all love to obtain our bachelor’s degree soon – but let’s achieve that without having a stressful year! Take a look at the following tips and try to combine them for a wonderful year. Organize your schedule. As a college student, you have a lot […]


Repost: 6 Apps To Help You Budget Smarter

Our partners at GEICO have identified some really great apps that can help you budget smarter as you start the new school year. You can find the original post here. Don’t forget that NSCS Members could get a discount on their car insurance? With your NSCS membership, you could save even more with […]

TN2M Raquel

Try These Apps

Try these apps for all your computer needs. It’s an exciting time in the tech world. Virtual reality is growing, augmented reality is integrated into our apps (looking at you, PokémonGO), and it’s never been easier to share and access information. The app store is filled with apps that can […]


Scholar of the Week: Regan Fitzgerald

Meet our NSCS Scholar of the Week, Regan Fitzgerald! Regan recently graduated magna cum laude from the University of Arizona where she majored in Criminal Justice and minored in Spanish, Pre-Law, and Psychology. Regan says that her favorite NSCS experience is a “tie between Club Olympics, where I competed with […]

How to Make the Most of a Summer Internship (1)

How to Make the Most of a Summer Internship

After working at my first internship for about a year, I’ve learned valuable in-office and quite a few life lessons. As a marketing and PR intern, I completed hundreds of hours of computer-based work such as: tracking media mentions, drafting and posting content on social media, data mining to create […]