15 Undergraduates Will Be Awarded
All-Expense-Paid Trips to Attend the
2013 ACS Leadership Institute
January 25-27, 2013
This Is an Exceptional Opportunity for ACS Student Members to:
■ Learn effective strategies for leading teams, planning events, and raising
funds for your chapter.
■ Develop professional networks with professional chemists from industry
■ Meet and work with student chapter, local section, and division leaders;
national committee chairs; and younger chemists.
■ Develop communication, management, leadership and networking skills .
Strong applicants will demonstrate a strong interest in their ACS student chapter
activities, and in becoming more effective chapter leaders and more actively
involved in ACS.
To access forms and more information about applying for a Student Leadership
Award for the 2013 ACS Leadership Institute, go to: www.acs.org/undergrad.
Application Deadline: Friday, November 2, 2012
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