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National NSSLHA Student Leadership Applications Due 4/30

Applying for EC or RC Positions

The following positions are available for the 2020-2022 term:

  • President-Elect (AuD)
  • Vice President for Academic Affairs
  • Vice President for Finance
  • Vice President for Programming (AuD)
  • Vice President for Student State Officers (Northeast Region)
  • Vice President for Student State Officers (Western Region)

APPLICATION NOW OPEN

Application Steps

Confirm Your Eligibility

To apply, you must be a National NSSLHA member and a graduate student. You must be enrolled in a graduate program during the full 2-year term of the position you’re applying for. Clinical Fellows and undergraduate students are not eligible.

Submit Your Application–April 30, 2020

Applications for the above-mentioned positions are now open.

Applications Reviewed by the National NSSLHA Office

All applications will be reviewed by the National NSSLHA Office to confirm eligibility.

Applications Reviewed by the Executive Council

The Executive Council will review eligible applications and approve those slated for a position.

New Executive Council Members Announced

Approved Executive Council members will be notified by late June. The NSSLHA National Office will announce the results in July.

Terms Begin

Executive Council members will start their 2-year term on July 1.

 

Applying for SSO Positions

One audiology and one speech-language pathology Student State Officer (SSO) position is available per state, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico for the 2020-2021 term.

APPLICATION NOW OPEN

Application Steps

Confirm Your Eligibility

To apply, you must be a National NSSLHA member, an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in a CSD program in the state in which you’re applying, and enrolled during the full SSO term. Clinical Fellows are not eligible.

Submit Your Application–April 30, 2020

Applications are now open.

Applications Reviewed by the National NSSLHA Office

All applications will be reviewed by the National NSSLHA Office to confirm eligibility.

Applications Reviewed by the Executive Council

The Executive Council will review eligible applications and approve those slated for a position.

Selected SSOs Notified

Selected SSOs will be notified in July. The NSSLHA National Office will announce the results in September.

Terms Begin

SSOs will officially start their 1-year term on September 1, but on boarding may begin in August.

Presidential Management Fellows Info Session

Are you a rising leader interested in confronting the nation’s most pressing challenges through public service? Apply for the 2021 Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program. PMF is the Federal government’s flagship leadership development program for advanced degree candidates. The two-year fellowship offers full salary, benefits, and leadership training to develop a cadre of future government leaders. All academic disciplines are encouraged to apply. Graduates of advanced degree programs with a graduation date between October 2018 and October 2021 are eligible to apply for the 2021 PMF cycle.

Join our informational webinar for prospective applicants on Tuesday, May 6th from 12:30pm to 1:30pm (PT). The webinar is hosted in cooperation with the University of Washington Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, and will provide a general overview of the PMF Program, details about the 2021 application cycle, and allow for any questions.

The webinar can be accessed via Zoom. There is a 300-person limit so please register in advance by clicking here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the information session.

The UW Women’s Center is Accepting Applicants and Nominations for the 2019 Alene Moris NEW Leadership Institute

Application Deadline: April 15, 2019

The University of Washington Women’s Center is accepting nominations and applications for the 2019 Alene Moris NEW Leadership Institute. This intensive 6-day institute, held June 17-22 on the Seattle UW campus, trains undergraduate and graduate students for political and civic leadership. The goal is to increase the number of women in civic and political leadership.

Join a network of visionaries and leaders committed to making a difference. Further your professional development and leadership skills. Gain insight from a diverse group of individuals. Advocate for change for you and your community.

Eligibility:

All undergraduate and graduate students attending an institution in Washington State, or who retain Washington State residency while attending an out-of-state institution, are eligible.

Nominate a student here

Apply directly here

Please visit their website or email newlead@uw.edu for more information.