July 18, 2018 | 12:01 am
Intelligence & National Security: Pentagon & Capitol Tour!
You can stay up to date with our progress throughout the summer here, on Twitter and Instagram @NSLCatAU, and on our Flickr photostream here.
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Another great summer of NSLC at American University is underway! You can stay up to date with our progress throughout the summer here on the blog, on Twitter @NSLCatAU and on our Flickr photostream here.
Four out of our seven programs have begun with more starting soon. Currently on site is International Diplomacy, Journalism, Film & Media Arts, Law & Advocacy, Medicine & Health Care with Intelligence and National Security joining us starting tomorrow.
You can find schedules for each program on the right side of this page.
It’s official! The NSLC staff has arrived in Washington DC and is already hard at work preparing for another great summer at American University. More than 60 undergraduate and graduate staff members from all over the country are on-site and getting ready for their students to arrive. The staff is made up of both new and returning members, most of them NSLC alumni from 77 universities throughout America.
NSLC International Diplomacy Program Director and NSLC alumna Patty Hester, is spending her tenth summer with us. “I’m really looking forward to helping students have an amazing, life-altering experience like I did. We’re looking forward to helping our students learn about leadership, themselves, their chosen program topic, as well as build lifelong friendships,” she said. “NSLC was one of the most fun summers I ever had while in high school and I know this summer will be no different for our students this year.”
Check back with us here throughout the summer and follow us on Twitter @NSLCatAU for updates on all of the different programs at NSLC at AU.
The NSLC Summer Staff at American University has begun its summer. Over the course of three days, staff went through extensive training after months of planning to learn new leadership techniques and fine tune the details of their programs.