• Here's your chance to meet Mike Smith (the skater dude who gives socks to the homeless) in person. NASC and Special Olympics Nebraska is hosting a Project Unify Leadership conference on Saturday, November 8, in Kearney. Learn how to take your partner clubs to the next level with Project Unify, fine tune your leadership skills, get a free t-shirt, free lunch, and yeah, meet Mike Smith. For more information download the flyer by clicking the headline above. Your school can be reimbursed for travel expenses if 4 or more students attend. This promises to be one special event!

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Nebraska Association of Student Councils

The Nebraska Association of Student Councils (NASC) - Learning to LEAD. Leading to LEARN. That's what we do, and we're glad you're here. Take a look around to see how NASC can help you today. We burn the leadership torch bright here. Finding your own spark to light your torch is easy, so you, too, can Learn to LEAD. Lead to LEARN!

  • Promote effective leadership skills in today's high school and middle school students

  • Foster communication to spread ideas among student leaders and advisers

  • Use social media as a networking forum for student leaders and advisers from across the world

  • Provide YOU with up-to-date leadership opportunities that are local, statewide, and nation wide

NASC is sponsored in part by the Nebraska Association of Secondary School Principals.

Schools recognized at the State Convention at Millard South High School for their contributions at cancer centers throughout 2013.

The Nebraska delegation at SCI: Nevada, General Assembly. Wish YOU were here!

State President, Lily Wilkensen, displays the Nebraska state flag at SCI: Nevada, the NASC National Conference, 2013.

National Association of Student Councils

Nebraska Association of Student Councils
Millard South High School, Attn: Kyrie Nehls
14905 Q Street, Omaha, NE 68137
E-mail: info@nasc.org