Student Nurses Association
The Student Nurses Association (SNA) is a group of nursing students that meet to discuss nursing trends. It allows the students a sounding board for issues within the program, educates them about nursing issues that will affect them in their professions and offers advise regarding job types and information about interviewing. We also help organize fundraising events such as annual charity ball, 5K run/walk, penny wars, and more.The Student Nurses Association strives to contribute to the surrounding community by giving back to area programs, such as Room at the Inn, Bay Cliff Health Camp, and J.J Packs. These programs can sometimes be hit by fiscal budget cuts, and the money the students raise can allow the organization to help more people in the surrounding community.
Meetings are currently held every other Monday night at 8 p.m. in room 1613/1615 West Science. If interested, email SNA@nmu.edu or look us up on our Facebook page at NMU Student Nurses Association. We welcome all nursing and pre-nursing students.
Participation in this type of group demonstrates that the student is able to see outside of the box, that they are a visionary.
Semester dues are $5 and are collected before the end of the semester by the treasurer of SNA. You will be provided with a certificate if you are involved (minimum requirements is to attend three meetings, pay dues, and volunteer for 4 hours in 2 separate events).
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