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...

How NSCS Helps Members Prepare for Grad School

Many college students have dreams of continuing their education in a graduate degree program. Some plan on earning their Master’s Degree in a field like Business Administration or Accounting. Others plan to enroll in professional schools, such as Medical School...

NSCS – My Experience and Why It’s Worth Joining

The first time I received an email and letter from the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) inviting me to join their organization, I had to stop and think first. I wondered if it was worth joining and paying the $95 lifetime fee. After days of pondering, I...

Who Should Consider an NSCS Membership?

NSCS has members all across the country. Some of our members are history majors. Others are biology majors. Still others are studying political science, sociology, philosophy, or business. We love that our organization is able to benefit such a diverse range of...

Can NSCS Help Me With Networking?

Participating in NSCS can really help you develop your networking skills. Not only will this help you find a great job after graduation, but it will go on to serve you well throughout your career. While other new hires are just beginning to learn how to network,...