NSLF is a 4 day conference that brings together today's leaders and the leaders of tomorrow to discuss openly who they are and what they believe
- Sheralee Hodge | WA delegate -
The National Student Leadership Forum is an initiative of Members and Senators of the Australian Federal Parliament. Over 40 Members and Senators come together, across party divides, to inspire & equip the next generation of Australian Leaders.
Warringah, New South Wales
Curtin, Western Australia
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory
Blaxland, New South Wales
New South Wales
Bradfield, New South Wales
Canning, Western Australia
Mitchell, New South Wales
Fowler, New South Wales
Chifley, New South Wales
Swan, Western Australia
Eden-Monaro, New South Wales
Farrer, New South Wales
Cook, New South Wales
Sturt, South Australia
Kingston, South Australia
Werriwa, New South Wales
Gilmore, New South Wales
Wentworth, New South Wales
Robertson, New South Wales
Hasluck, Western Australia
Makin, South Australia
Every year our Nominators are seeking young people who show leadership potential. They are University Vice-Chancellors, Community Leaders, Members of Parliament, Business Leaders, and more.
Want to know more about us? Give us a call or drop us an email and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
To continue the conversations we had at the national Forum, we are building a network of small groups across Australia.
Connect groups will run for at least 10 weeks, made up of 3 – 8 past NSLF participants, with one being a trained leader.
Is NSLF Connect for you?
WIIFY? (What’s In It For You?)
Cost to you
10 week outline and links to each lesson
Apply now – we’re excited to see NSLF Connect grow.
NB – If you have been an ASGF and are interested in leading an NSLF Connect group in your area please contact the Forum office.
“The way we shared our stories opened up my heart and changed the way I treat people in such a short time… I had never thought about my faith and values and how my values would affect my life but the small group discussions drove me to think about it and know more about myself. I also became more confident and empowered. I felt like I came home as a different person.” – 2016 Delegate