The National Society of Leadership and Success is located in Hoboken, NJ, and it looks like they’re hiring for quite a few entry level positions.

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National Society of Leadership and Success

Back in May I went to my first Cornell Entrepreneurship Network event in New York City. It was about recruiting, so it was a must attend for me. I heard some really interesting people speak, and I met quite a few people who have a strong interest in recruiting. I always questioned whether these types of events would be valuable to me, but this one certainly was. Two of the people whom I met were Christina Velderman and Gary Tuerack from the National Society of Leadership and Success, which is also known by the Greek letters Sigma Alpha Pi. Gary is the President and Founder, and Christina is in charge of Special Projects and Operations. They told me that the Society offers some pretty neat entry level jobs, so I thought that it was worth sharing with you. The society “is a nationwide community that dramatically improves one’s ability to successfully attain desired outcomes.” The Society offers a speakers series in addition to a student organization / honor society.

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To get a complete picture of what the National Society of Leadership and Success does, you should really check out their informational video. You may also want to take a look at a collection of videos from an interview with the Society’s founder, Gary Tuerack. The Society is a for profit venture, but it offers students many of the same benefits that participation in the Cornell Entrepreneurship Network has provided for me – getting to hear great speakers and meet great people. The Society offers paid, on-campus internships to students who are ambitious enough to build and lead their own chapters of the Society. These internships are a core part of the Society’s business model, so a number of the entry level jobs that they offer are actually based on working with the interns.

The Society is located in Hoboken, NJ, and it looks like they’re hiring for quite a few entry level positions. You’ll see on the Society’s Careers page that they’re looking for an Internship Support Specialist and an Intern Recruiter. If you’re interested in these positions, you’ll definitely want to learn more about the Society’s Internship Program. They’re also looking for an Inside Sales Rep (Chapter Development Coordinator) and a PHP Programmer / Technician. All of these opportunities seem well suited to new college grads, so if you’re interested in being a part of the National Society of Leadership and Success, send a cover letter and resume to careers@societyofsuccess.com AND fill out their online application.

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One response to “National Society of Leadership and Success”

  1. Alley says:

    Hi, I noticed that the organization was represented by greek letters. Prior to obtaining that information I had heard about the organization and was interested. Well I have not sent my application, because I’m wanting to know if I could be a part of it if I am already apart of a different greek organization. Please let me know!
    -Alley

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