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5/6/2016

EAC’s leadership honor society holds induction dinner at Discovery Park Campus

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[Click Image to Enlarge] (pictured below from left to right) were welcomed into the ranks of the Society: Mary Birdsall (club adviser), David Campbell, Valeria Canchola-trevizo, Julie Anderson-Smith, Kacee Contreras, Chelsea Reedholm, Natalie Williams, Lela Tanner, JoLee Ross, Emila Pecca, Kate Kempton, Jayce Aldrete, Chris Gutierrez-Acosta, Myint Than, Jaycee Gonzales, and Yvette Cassadore.  [EAC – Lori Dugan photo.]
 

By Kate Kempton

Thatcher, AZ—During the course of this academic year, Eastern Arizona College’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) continued to thrive. To start the school year, members of the Society participated as mentors for Monster Bridge to welcome incoming freshman.

By participating in live broadcasts of inspiring lectures from nationally known speakers and leaders, collaborating with peers in goal-oriented networking teams, and investing in their community by planning service and outreach projects, students in NSLS found many ways to serve as leaders, help one another succeed, and build a better world through leadership.

In honor of their accomplishments, an induction ceremony and dinner was held last week at the Discovery Park Campus Barn. The following students (pictured below from left to right) were welcomed into the ranks of the Society: Mary Birdsall (club adviser), David Campbell, Valeria Canchola-trevizo, Julie Anderson-Smith, Kacee Contreras, Chelsea Reedholm, Natalie Williams, Lela Tanner, JoLee Ross, Emila Pecca, Kate Kempton, Jayce Aldrete, Chris Gutierrez-Acosta, Myint Than, Jaycee Gonzales, and Yvette Cassadore. 

Eastern Arizona College’s chapter of the National Society for Leadership and Success is advised by English faculty member Mary Birdsall. NSLS has been honored to participate in EAC’s rich traditions of service, leadership, and success, and congratulates its inductees on their perseverance and dedication in achieving their inducted status.

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