Tag: NSLCleaders

Leadership Tip of the Day: Commitment

Commitment is a large part of leadership and making decisions. A’ric breaks down the importance of this daunting word and how it can […]

International Diplomacy Begins Building Their World!

  Our #NSLCINTL program is working hard to develop their own countries in our World Simulation! Hopefully their countries can withstand the inevitable […]

Mastering Leadership Builds A Community!

  Our Mastering Leadership learned the true meaning of the word “community” in our Community Build activity! To stay up-to-date on all of […]

#NSLCBINT Shines Up Their Resumes and LinkedIn Profiles!

    Our Business Intensive students got a crash course on resumes and LinkedIn profiles from the fabulous Caitlin Magidson from Johns Hopkins […]

Leadership Tip of the Day: Conflict Styles – Collaborating

A’ric Jackson describes the best (and last) style for conflict resolution, collaborating! Want to view more leadership tips? Check them out here! To […]

Law and Advocacy Hears From The American Civil Liberties Union!

  Our students had a great time speaking with Scott Michelman from the ACLU about his job as Legal Co-Director, his journey through […]

Mastering Leadership Begins Their Third and Final Session!

    And just like that, our final Registration Day for the summer is over! We are so happy to be welcoming our […]

International Diplomacy Visits The Statue of Liberty

    #NSLCINTL begins their two-day trip in New York City by visiting the Statue of Liberty! To stay up-to-date on all of […]

Law and Advocacy Continues Their Lecture Series with Professor Schott!

  Throughout the session, our students have been learning the ins-and-outs of courtroom law in preparation for their Mock Trials with Professor David […]

Leadership Tip of the Day: Conflict Styles – Compromising

A’ric Jackson busts the myth that compromising is a sufficient way to resolve conflict! Want to view more leadership tips? Check them out […]