Partnership with Business Project

This marketing event will challenge students to work closely with a local business. This event requires a report demonstrating the development and implementation of an innovative, creative, and effective partnership plan. The report should include a description of the partnership goals and planning activities, roles of business leaders and chapter members in developing and implementing the partnership, results, concepts learned, and impact of the project.

Parliamentary Procedure-Dorothy L. Travis Award

The perfect event for all of the local and state parliamentarians, Parli Pro challenges students in Robert's Rules of Parliamentary Procedure. . This consists of two parts, an objective test and a meeting presentation. A 60-minute objective test will be administered at the NLC. Questions for the parliamentary procedure principles section of the exam will be drawn from the National Association of Parliamentarians’ official test bank. Students are expected to perform a 7-9 minute presentation. Four to five students are allowed per team. It should be noted that the highest scoring underclassman on the parliamentary procedures exam who submits an officer application and meets all appropriate criteria becomes the new national parliamentarian!

Network Design

The test will challenge students to precisely follow a complex multi-step procedure; determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases. The presentation event will be judged for a range of collaborating discussions, respond to diverse perspectives, synthesize comments, claims and evidence made on all sides of an issue. Students must demonstrate the ability to make a businesslike presentation. Two or three students are allowed per team.

Mobile Application Development

This event is designed to challenge students in Mobile App creation. The kind of app to be created is changed from year to year. For example, the 2016 NLC topics are to design an app for fashion, style, and attire, and must fit the requirements as listed. The students are expected to submit a source code and screenshots of the QUI in PDF format. (Android, Apple iOS, or Microsoft windows phone are all acceptable platforms). Up to three student may be on a team, but it can be performed by an individual.