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  1. Hi there, I am trying to get our nursing school involved in the NSNA, (National Student Nurse Association). I received the packet today on how to recruit members, our school has not been involved in this organization in a few years, and I thought it is a good affiliation to belong to. Anyone interested let me know. It says we need 10 members before January 30, 2008. It doesn't matter what semester or level you are at, I encourage the first semester students to join as well. Let me know...
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  3. by   AuntNana
    Quote from rntoben2008
    Hi there, I am trying to get our nursing school involved in the NSNA, (National Student Nurse Association). I received the packet today on how to recruit members, our school has not been involved in this organization in a few years, and I thought it is a good affiliation to belong to. Anyone interested let me know. It says we need 10 members before January 30, 2008. It doesn't matter what semester or level you are at, I encourage the first semester students to join as well. Let me know...
    You know I'm in!
  4. by   missgigius
    Quote from rntoben2008
    Hi there, I am trying to get our nursing school involved in the NSNA, (National Student Nurse Association). I received the packet today on how to recruit members, our school has not been involved in this organization in a few years, and I thought it is a good affiliation to belong to. Anyone interested let me know. It says we need 10 members before January 30, 2008. It doesn't matter what semester or level you are at, I encourage the first semester students to join as well. Let me know...
    I'm in too. If you send me the info. I can get some of the 1st semester students at the Eastern Campus in too.

    Virginia
  5. by   sweetjean143
    Sounds good to me...Let me know what to do.
  6. by   brandi110
    I am a new student starting Jan 2008 but im definitely interested.
  7. by   DAMomma
    you know me!:spin: Question, what is the time requirements? I will try to catch up with you on Wednesday to talk with ya.
  8. by   esp92
    I start in January and would also be interested in joining. :spin:
  9. by   tasha0439
    I'm a newbie & interested as well. Send me the info please. THANKS!!
  10. by   Amanda8883
    I start also in January, I am interested in joining! :Snowman1:
  11. by   rntoben2008
    Quote from rntoben2008
    Hi there, I am trying to get our nursing school involved in the NSNA, (National Student Nurse Association). I received the packet today on how to recruit members, our school has not been involved in this organization in a few years, and I thought it is a good affiliation to belong to. Anyone interested let me know. It says we need 10 members before January 30, 2008. It doesn't matter what semester or level you are at, I encourage the first semester students to join as well. Let me know...

    Thanks for all the responses, I am surprised!! I received the info packet in the mail two days ago, and it had brochures included to pass out, I can leave them in the nursing office if that would be convenient for everyone, there is a discount for a new chapter, and that is around 20 dollars for a one year membership, sounds affordable, there is more info in this brochure on what that includes, I haven't had time to read over all the material, but will do that soon. I have been busy with OB all week, and we have our final next week, so I have been busy with that. It sounds like a very good association to belong to, and I look forward to our school gaining membership status. Please let me know, how you would like me to disburse these packets..and so glad I have a good response. I had brought this up to my clinical group and they thought I was crazy, they didn't want anything to do with it. This would really benefit the new students as well, because if all goes well, I will be done with school in Dec. 08'. Looking forward to hearing back from you all...
    Andrea W.
  12. by   rntoben2008
    Quote from DAMomma
    you know me!:spin: Question, what is the time requirements? I will try to catch up with you on Wednesday to talk with ya.

    Hi D! I'm not sure what your question means? are you talking about commitment time? I am not really sure, I have to read more on that, but all the other schools around us have a membership, so I am assuming it will not interfere with our studies...when I went to EMU, they had one and there was a monthly meeting during day hours on a Friday I believe, for like an hour. It was not anything outrageous, and then they had an email/website for the EMU nursing students to post recipe's, pictures, helpful articles etc..., it actually was quite interesting and fun to belong to. Everyone's voice is equal and we have chances to win scholarships, trips, etc...I really need to get this brochure to you, it explains everything...okay talk to you soon.
  13. by   AuntNana
    Quote from rntoben2008
    Thanks for all the responses, .... I had brought this up to my clinical group and they thought I was crazy, they didn't want anything to do with it. This would really benefit the new students as well, because if all goes well, I will be done with school in Dec. 08'. Looking forward to hearing back from you all...
    Andrea W.
    Not ALL of us thought it was crazy Ms. A. Bring one with you for me on Monday, please. I think we need to get this together before we get into the thick of next semester, don't you? And I think the nursing office is a great place to leave them. If you are allowed to drop them off, the students can pick them up during their lottery day. You'll have to check on that. Maybe you can put a copy in that board next to the lab. I'll see you & talk to you about it on Monday! Good going!
  14. by   AuntNana
    Quote from rntoben2008
    Thanks for all the responses, I am surprised!! ... I had brought this up to my clinical group and they thought I was crazy, they didn't want anything to do with it. This would really benefit the new students as well, because if all goes well, I will be done with school in Dec. 08'. Looking forward to hearing back from you all...
    Andrea W.
    Hey A! Ahem...Not ALL of us thought you were crazy. Would you please bring a copy of the pamplet to clinicals for me? I think dropping them off at the nursing office is a great idea--if they'll let you. Then everyone could pick them up on lottery day. You might want to hang one near the nursing lab too, along with a note saying there are copies in the office. We really have to get cookin' on this as next term is going to be a toughie, so I hear.
    Good job A! Talk to you soon,
    T

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