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Your donation assists the StudentCPT in promoting and advancing ethics and leadership in education.

Contact Information

NASBA Center for Public Trust
150 Fourth Avenue N., Ste 700
Nashville, TN 37219

Student Center for the Public Trust

We’re going for the long-term gains.

– The ones with returns that last generations, not quarters.
– Where communities are fair and fruitful.
– Where success is built on the bedrock of ethical leadership.

To get there, we invest in dozens of the country’s brightest university students each summer through our Student Leadership Conference. They gain leadership skills and real-world ethics training from top-performing industry leaders. We gain a better future, where their legacy stands on character and integrity. Hosted by NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT), students attending the Student Leadership Conference experience two days of leadership development and ethics training through keynote presentations, case studies, workshops, and networking with business and government leaders.

Every dollar invested in the Sponsor a Leader Campaign goes toward providing students the opportunity to attend the annual Student Leadership Conference.

Ready to buy in?

Three Investment Levels
Student Center for the Public TrustTeam Sponsor (5 Students) – $5000
Sponsor – $1000
Co-Sponsor – $500

In addition, donations can be mailed to:
NASBA Center for the Public Trust | PO Box 306272 |Nashville, TN 37203-6272

Here is what past leaders had to say about last year’s Conference:SAL_Photos

“It greatly inspired me to not only adopt an ethical approach to my own life, but motivate others to do so as well.”
   – Cheyenne Counts, East Central University

“It’s given me valuable tools to make ethical choices on my campus and beyond.”
  – Amy Zeigler, University of Northern Colorado

“It helped me to gauge what kind of leader I  want to be, the kind where ethical business is the norm.”
   – Christian Jeon, Andrews University

“I learned how to apply ethical leadership skills in real-world situations.”
  – Maggie Fincher, Belmont University

“Ethics were already important to me personally. This conference helped me understand how valuable they are in my career as well.”
   – Shaquille Anderson, Langston University

Sponsor a Leader Campaign provides scholarships for some of the brightest university students from across the country to attend the CPT’s Annual Student Leadership Conference.

If you have questions, or need additional information, please send an email to

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