National Society of Leadership and Success Finds Home at UMES
PRINCESS ANNE, MD - Some 300 students at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore are preparing for induction in the university's newest leadership society. Founded in 2001 by Gary Tuerack, the National Society of Leadership and Success comprises a community of like-minded, success-oriented individuals who continuously strive for excellence.
"With the job market becoming increasingly competitive and employment being scarce, the National Society of Leadership and Success is a great way for anyone to give themselves the slight edge," said Marcellus Conner, advisor. "I expect that this society will fit more UMES students for leadership opportunities in the surrounding communities."
Membership in the National Society of Leadership and Success means UMES students will be joining the ranks of more than 60,000 students nationwide who are exposed to cutting edge technology and interactive components and who are experiencing improved self-confidence that positively impacts their everyday lives and increases the likelihood of them securing the job of their choice.
Suzanne Waters Street, director, UMES Office of Public Relations, 410-621-2355, firstname.lastname@example.org.