Madrid Life

NSCS Members can spend a summer internship in China, Singapore, or Spain that’s guaranteed to be relevant to their field of study. Read on to find out if Madrid might be the right city for you. Spanish Culture In recent years, Madrid has elevated itself to an important business hub in […]

NSCS October 2016 New Member Induction Ceremonies + Campus Visits

The NSCS Member Engagement Managers are still out there visiting our chapters across the country for their New Member Induction Ceremonies and popping up at chapter meetings here and there. Here’s a snapshot of their travels thus far as well as snapshots from inductions! If you want your photos featured, […]

3 Tips on Living Away from Home

So, this is your first time living away from home? And you’re totally freaking out, aren’t you? As much as you may deny it, we all freak out a little when we first move out for the very first time. Here are 3 simple tips on how to stay sane […]

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 […]

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 […]

4 Ways to Refresh Your Routine

Let’s say you work 40 hours every week… for 50 weeks every year… for 40 years. There you have it— an 80,000 hour career staring you in the face. The hope is that you’re wildly passionate about what you do, but how can the déjà vu of day-in and day-out […]

#USOconnects & NSCS

The USO is on a mission of connection because despite the many changes in our military over the decades, the central challenge of military life has not changed:  Separation from the things most of us take for granted. That’s where we step in. In a recent Blue Star Families survey, 90% of service members […]

Coloring Books + Adults = Stress Relief?

August 2 is National Coloring Book Day. One of our amazing members, Venus Lowe, has written on how coloring books has helped her and her friends deal with stress. Stress, this six letter word is actually as harmful as it looks. Psychology Today defines stress as a reaction to a […]