How to Graduate in Style With NSCS

Graduation from college is a major accomplishment. All of those late nights, hard tests, and group projects have finally paid off, and you’re about to be handed a diploma. If NSCS has been an important part of your college experience, then of course you’ll...

What Should You Do First After Accepting an NSCS Nomination?

So you received an NSCS nomination, accepted that nomination, and now you’re a full-fledged NSCS member. Congratulations! NSCS members have access to a wide range of opportunities, from internships to leadership opportunities. But how do you get started? What...

4 Tips for Negotiating Your First Salary

In 2019, author and documentary film maker Adam Carroll spoke to NSCS members about negotiating their first salary. This was an important opportunity for students to learn about salary negotiations and their importance. After all, the salary you negotiate for your...

What Does Honor Society Membership Do for College Students?

Joining an honor society, in most cases, is not required of college students. However, there are still so many benefits of joining a society like NSCS. If we had to describe the benefits of honors societies in one sentence, we’d say that they round out and...

How and Why NSCS Members Develop Their Public Speaking Skills

Most people are not born as great public speakers. Rather, good public speakers have spent years developing and honing their skills. They’ve learned how to hold an audience’s attention, and they’ve learned not to let their nerves get the best of them...

NSCS Members Focus on Professional Development

The transition from college to a professional setting can come with some challenges. However, students who focus on professional development throughout their college years tend to make this transition seamlessly and with fewer road bumps along the way. This is why...