Bevill State Community College has begun one of the newest chapters of the National Society of Leadership and Success. Bevill State is one of less than 20 chapters in the state and one of the few Alabama community colleges to have a chapter.
The organization, which is the nation’s largest leadership honor society, has nearly 515,000 members across the country and is committed to helping members succeed professionally.
Bevill State students were contacted this week with invitations to join the Society. Invitations for inductions are based on GPA and time enrolled at the College.
To become an inducted member of the national society, BSCC students must attend an orientation session and a leadership training program, participate in three interactive broadcasts with nationally recognized leaders and engage with small groups to develop and implement a goal that is specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely.
Members enjoy access to various benefits, including scholarships and awards for further education, a national job bank, communication training, success coaches, motivational videos and partner discounts.
“Our involvement in the National Society of Leadership and Success is another way that we are enhancing the student experience at Bevill State. I am excited about all the opportunities involvement in this organization will bring to our students,” said Dr. Larry Ferguson, president of Bevill State Community College.
Dean Max Weaver will help facilitate Bevill State’s involvement in the Society. For additional information about the Society and the College’s chapter, call 205-932-3221, ext. 5133.