SIGNAL PEAK — The Central Arizona College chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success, which has more than 270 student members, sponsored a national broadcast event.
The students recently attended the NSLS Regional Leadership Summit in Azusa, California. The theme of the summit was “Achieve Big.” They learned the importance of not fearing failure and how having mentors will help them move through challenges to persevere. During the work sessions, students set goals that will positively impact the college and CAC’s local communities, a press release from CAC said.
They also heard from speakers including Charity Singleton, a successful entrepreneur with 15 years of business experience; Clarence Lee Jr., a nationally celebrated author, international speaker and decorated war veteran; and Amber Price, an award-winning, first-generation Arab-American writer, actor, director, editor and producer.
One CAC student, Aerin Fulton, received a $250 scholarship award while attending the summit.
NSLS students will begin Better World Projects that will support community efforts throughout Pinal County.
To begin their project work, CAC NSLS hosted a live-streamed broadcast event featuring three-time NFL Pro Bowl running back Tiki Barber on Wednesday at the Signal Peak Campus.
The NSLS’s Speaker Broadcast series, which reaches more than 730 college campuses each month during the academic year, is designed to support the National Society of Leadership and Success’s overall mission of “Building Leaders Who Make a Better World.”