Want to make the most out of your NSCS membership?
Here are the top reasons to become an NSCS officer:
- Gain real-world, hands-on experience that will boost your resume and give you more substance for scholarship application essays, internship applications, and job applications
- Develop yourself personally and professionally connect and network with members on campus and in your community
- Develop and strengthen communication skills
- Access the exclusive officers-only group on scholar central
- Make an impact on campus and in your community
- Create long-lasting friendships
- Open doors to new and exciting opportunities
To apply for an NSCS chapter leadership position, please complete the form below. Not all positions are available at every chapter and not all chapters are in need of additional leaders. Please select any and all leadership roles you'd like to apply for. You will be notified via email if your application has been selected.
Manages local chapter operations; Sets goals for the chapter. Ensures that the chapter is in good standing with the university with the annual re-registration process. Serves as a liaison between the local chapter leadership team, their NSCS advisor, and their NSCS national representation.
Executive Vice President
Communicates with members about NSCS activities via email and on the Scholar Central platform. Assists with promoting national programming and welcoming new members into their chapter. Second in command to the Chapter President and stands in their place in their absence.
Vice President, Community Service
Leads collaboration efforts with philanthropic organizations such as Active Minds, The Alzheimer’s Association, or organizations on campuses. May plan service activities on campuses in or in communities, both in-person or virtually.
Keeps track of chapter finances. Makes chapter funds requests. May also help plan and promote fundraising initiatives.
VP, Public Relations and Recruitment
Works on awareness about NSCS as a premier honor society that invites 1st and 2nd year high-achieving students to join. Serves as an ambassador to organize activities to increase awareness. Possible recruitment activities may include putting up flyers on campus, talking to freshmen/sophomore classes about NSCS, planning tabling activities, informing campus officials about the honor society, and coming up with other creative ways to make sure students are informed about their eligibility to join.
Sharing results from NSCS activities, such as attendance, duration, activity type, and location, with the national office by completing Activity Reports online. May help answer member questions on the chapter’s Scholar Central group page.
Professional Development Chair
Helps connect members with professional development opportunities available online through NSCS, through their campus community, and more.