"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader."
— John Quincy Adams (6th US President, 1825-29)
The National Center for Student Leadership will recognize one individual and one campus organization at the 2013 spring conference in Boston on April 5.
We’re seeking nominations from advisors and student activity professionals. The student or campus organization will have demonstrated leadership qualities of integrity and trustworthiness have shown the ability to communicate a vision, and lead others to take effective action to achieve a goal.
Do you know a student leader that exemplifies these qualities? Does your organization have a positive impact on your campus? Does your student leader or group improve the community?
If you’re an advisor and you plan on attending the 2013 spring conference with your student or organization you may email your nomination/s to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations are open to professional staff only, and you may nominate both an individual and a campus organization. The deadline for submissions is February 15, 2013.
In your response, clearly state how the individual or organization makes a positive impact on their campus and in their community. Please provide specific details about the projects that they’ve led that have improved the lives of those around them. Nominations are to be submitted in essay form in 500 words or less. In short, why does your student deserve to be recognized?
The responses will be reviewed by a panel of leadership experts, and a winner in each category will be selected. Winners will be announced at the fall conference at an awards ceremony in front of hundreds of their peers from across the nation. The winners will receive a certificate documenting their award from NCSL, a trophy and the opportunity to address the entire NCSL fall assembly.
Please thoroughly answer one or both of the questions below and email it to email@example.com. Be sure to include your name, title, institution, contact information, the detailed information of the student or organization that you’re nominating and whether you and the student(s) will be in attendance at the 2013 NCSL spring conference.
Nominate a student who has exemplified leadership in their organization, on their campus or in their community.
In 500 words or less, describe in detail, the achievements of an outstanding student leader.
Nominate a campus organization that has impacted the lives of the people on its campus and in its community.
In 500 words or less, describe in detail, the achievements of an outstanding student organization.