Lincoln College students are encouraged to develop their own philosophy on leadership within the context of their lives. There are a variety of ways students can develop and hone their leadership skills at Lincoln College, including a number of different programs, student leadership positions, and other leadership learning opportunities such as attending guest lecture, workshops, and one-on-one/group leadership advising. Students who take advantage of these opportunities will discover their leadership styles and how they can utilize these skills at Lincoln College and beyond.
National Society for Leadership & Success (Sigma Alpha Pi)
Sigma Alpha Pi, Lincoln College’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership & Success was established fall 2018. The NSLS is the nations largest leadership honor society with over 600 chapters and over 1 million members. The mission of the society is to build leaders who make a better world. To date, Lincoln College has inducted 126 students. To be considered for membership, students must have a 3.0 grade point average (GPA), currently serving in a leadership position, or have leadership potential. Once a student has been invited and accepted their invitation, including a one time payment of $85, they must complete a 12 hour leadership program to be inducted.
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