NSNA constituent associations have many opportunities for involvement in leadership activities and programs. One of the many rewards of active participation in NSNA is the annual awards and honors program offered to individual members, schools, and state chapters.*
Provided here is comprehensive information about the awards and honors and how to apply for them. (Note that certain awards do not require an application). Feel free to photocopy this booklet in part or in whole and to share it with other student leaders and faculty.
Deadlines—applications must be received by 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on the deadline date listed for each award.
Please follow instructions for award applications carefully. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Be sure to include the required number of copies and to submit the application by the deadline. Please note that all applications become the property of NSNA and will not be returned. Only one award application per category is permitted for each project. Please do not submit the same project for multiple categories, as it will be disqualified from the awards program.
The top awards in each program will be awarded at the 66th Annual Convention at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN, during the Closing Ceremony on Saturday April 7, 2018. The General Scholarship and Promise of Nursing Scholarship recipients will be recognized during the Opening Ceremony on Wednesday, April 4, 2018; the Marilyn Bagwell grant will also be presented during this time.
Honorable Mentions, if awarded, will be published in Convention News and available in the Convention office. See Convention News onsite for details.
The Isabel Hampton Robb Award and Project InTouch Grand Prize winner will be presented during the Thursday, April 5, 2018 plenary session; the Leader of Leaders award and Essay winners will be presented during the Friday, April 6, 2018 plenary session.
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*For information about becoming an official NSNA school or state constituent, refer to Getting the Pieces to Fit, the NSNA Handbook for State and School Chapters, which is available free to NSNA members at www.nsna.org, under Publications. NSNA has approximately 60,000 students in Associate Degree, Diploma, Baccalaureate, generic Masters, and generic Doctoral programs preparing students for RN licensure, as well as RNs in BSN completion programs.
Get involved today! If you need additional information
about the different program areas, activities, or awards, please contact:
National Student Nurses Association, Inc. ®
45 Main Street, Suite 606
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Email NSNA at: www.nsna.me/contactnsna