Are you a college or university student who goes above and beyond to carry out the NSHSS mission of world betterment, academic excellence, and service? NSHSS Student Council members embody these qualities. They are exemplary college and university students who are eager to share their experiences, advice, and tips and tricks with high school students to help usher them into the next phase of their academic pursuits.
NSHSS Student Council members come from every corner of the Earth and provide high school students with information of NSHSS programs, scholarships, and activities as well as advice on surviving freshman year and college life in general. Our Student Council members typically join for the leadership opportunities and the ability to mentor the next generation of NSHSS members. Student Council members typically:
Our Student Council body currently has over 600 members! Interested in becoming a member of Student Council? You must be currently enrolled in university to apply. Head on over to yourto apply.
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Applications for 2020 will open in August and close in September.
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Destiney is a student at Grambling State University. She’s studying Computer Information Systems with a minor in Cybersecurity. Destiney keeps busy with her involvement in the GSU QuizBowl, Student Leadership Initiative, FSUB Favored Student Union Board, and the Honors College. On top of all that, she is also an ambassador for BM4F, a nonprofit that promotes clean water and environmental education. After graduation, Destiney hopes to utilizer her computer and Information Systems knowledge to help those in rural communities where tech companies Information Technology developers are limited or non-existent.
Gabriel is currently enrolled at the University of Central Florida, majoring in Biomedical Science and Psychology. He’s an active NSHSS member who has volunteered at some of our member events and he acts as a life coach to varying age groups. When Gabriel’s not studying or volunteering at NSHSS events, he stays busy working at a psychiatric clinic where he promotes awareness of suicide, depression and mental health. Gabriel hopes to bring mental health issues to the forefront of conversations by helping this country move away from fear and stigma towards compassion, respect and equality.
Soleil is student at Dartmouth College, studying Environmental Studies and graduating in 2022. She plays an active role in the college’s Life Sciences Center Greenhouse, which fosters her interest in botany. Dartmouth’s greenhouse houses plants from across the world’s biomes, including the African desert, the Andean rainforest, and the Canary Islands. Soleil also hopes to get involved with Dartmouth’s renowned Institute for Arctic Studies. She hopes to research and bring awareness to the ecosystems of the Yukon-Kushokwim Delta of western Alaska. Upon graduation, Soleil plans to engage in environmental policy to help bring a voice to the declining flora and fauna of the anthropogenic era.
Gavin is a student at Volunteer State Community College in Tennessee. He is studying to be a paramedic and hopes to better the world through saving lives and caring for others as a paramedic. When not studying, Gavin spends his time speaking on behalf of the student body at Volunteer State as Senator of the Student Government Association. This allows him to address and come up with solutions to campus issues while creating a comfortable environment for every student on campus.
Deylin is a student at Mesa Community College, majoring in Music Education and Psychology, graduating in 2022. She’s excited to join the NSHSS family as a Student Council member because it allows her to be more involved in mentoring young scholars. She hopes to be a positive influence, reminding fellow members and mentees to look on the bright side, and to provide a safe place for them to discuss mental health issues, improving their lives, and more. Deylin is eager to share her experiences with others as a source of strength and to motivate others to always chase their dreams.
Jacqueline is a student at Chapman University, majoring in Screenwriting through the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. She is minoring in Entrepreneurship through the Argyros School of Business & Economics, graduating in 2021. She's an avid reader, writer, and jewelry designer, and even runs the blog, Be Individualistic. Her other interests include watching Tom Cruise movies, acting, screenwriting, and scrapbooking. Jacqueline loves retro clothes and is a vintage clothing and jewelry collector. She has an Etsy store where she creates magical jewelry and accessories for children and adults. Jacqueline plans on pursuing writing comedy for TV after university and wants to create her own television series. She hopes that through her platform she will continue to encourage others to be authentic storytellers and be proud of who they are.