NSNA on the Worcester Campus

The National Student Nursing Association is a national student nurse organization found in 50 states and has over 60,000 members. The goal of NSNA is to create a platform where all students preparing for their initial licensure as registered nurses and those pursuing their baccalaureates can be mentored, preparing them to lead the profession in the future. In addition to that, NSNA serves for an advocate for nursing education advancement. NSNA holds an annual convention and mid-year national conferences to discuss issues pertaining to the profession and what improvements can be made. Visit https://www.nsna.org/about-nsna.html to get information about the organization and some of its amazing benefits. 

The membership dues are $37 a year, $70 for two years. Some perks that come with membership are access to a network of professionals and mentors, online educational resources, and webinars, NCLEX prep as well as discounts on scrubs and nursing equipment. Currently, NSNA meetings are held via zoom twice a month. The organization is governed by a set of by laws which will be presented to you upon request and when you join. See you at our next meeting.

Joane-Shirley Eshun, Past NSNA President

If you are interested in doing the NSNA in Worcester, please contact Nick Benham at nbenh2@stu.mcphs.edu

Joane-Shirely Eshun

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