Morton College NSLS Members Receive National Student Scholarship Awards

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Two Morton College students were among 88 nationally to receive scholarships from the National Society of Leadership and Success, the nation’s largest leadership organization with more than one million members nationwide. With a special focus on leadership, NSLS’s events and activities are designed to help students develop and practice communication, organization and goal-setting skills, all while interacting with a close-knit community of students. Peter Salas, a sophomore, and Dylan Miller, a freshman, received recognition from NSLS based on their Spring 2019 scholarship applications. Miller received a $1,000 “Financial Aid” award. He is a newly-inducted member from Morton College’s Spring 2019 NSLS class.  Salas received a $500 “Practicing Leadership” award. After joining NSLS in its introductory semester at Morton in Fall 2018, Salas completed his steps to induction in one semester, and in Spring 2019 he earned his Advanced Leadership Certification.  Morton College’s Chapter of NSLS is preparing to induct new members in Fall 2019. Nominated students will receive letters in the mail in mid-July. All NSLS members, pre- and post-induction, are eligible to apply for scholarships on the NSLS website. For more information, visit for more information.

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