Due to several factors, NASSP has made the difficult decision not to host the LEAD Conferences or the NatStuCo Conference in 2022. However, powerful connections will continue to be made between students leaders and their peers thanks to NASSP’s Student Leadership Network. Click here for more information on the NHS Student Leadership Network on Mental Health. Stay tuned for more student networks launching soon!
Leadership is a valuable skill that needs to be continually honed and encouraged. That’s why NASSP and its student leadership programs work together to provide ample opportunities for students around the country to collaborate with each other as they learn how to apply innovative leadership practices to their unique school communities.
LEAD Conferences take place throughout the year and are energizing events unlike any other, where students and advisers alike can experience interactive training, motivation, and networking with peers from far and wide. Participants sharpen their skills, engage in meaningful collaboration, and share innovative ideas about serving their communities—and leave with everything they need to enhance their leadership.
National Student Council Conference
Student councils from around the country and beyond join together at the annual National Student Council Conference to practice their skills and expand their peer networks. With a new theme each year, students, advisers, and administrators learn how to harness the power of student leadership to increase the impact of their councils.
LeadYoung Forum: A Changemaking Conversation
View these on-demand webinars to hear a special conversation between a young adult and a social entrepreneur as they describe their changemaker journeys in their teenage years. Through reflection, this conversation explores the early steps they took to finding their power, advice for forming teams and practicing a new form of leadership, the supportive environment and allies they had, and the setbacks and challenges along the way.
WATCH NOW: Recorded on August 26, 2020
WATCH NOW: Scheduled for October 7, 2020