National Student Nurses Association

Being a member of the National Student Nurses Association automatically makes you a member of the Washington State Nurses Association. 
These professional organizations are a great way to get involved in the nursing community outside of school and meet people who are working
in the different fields of nursing. They also offer lots of scholarship opportunities for students in all levels of school.  

Visit http://www.nsna.org/ to register to become a member!

Cost:

$70 for two years
$35 for one year

If you would like a chance to attend the yearly NSNA conference, speak with a Delta officer during the Spring semesters.

NSNA 2016

The convention this year is in Orlando, Florida from March 30th to April 3rd and you will be staying at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort.
It is a great opportunity to show your leadership and to help PLU become more involved with the NSNA. You will have some amazing opportunities placed in front of you and the ability to make some wonderful connections. Attending the NSNA Annual Conference  will be a wonderful experience, and even if you are not accepted to represent Delta, you might consider going anyway. There will be a wealth of information and mini-sessions to attend including Red Cross disaster preparedness and certification, an NCLEX mini-review session, and much more.               Picture above from 2015 Convention



The application is due on February 10th. To apply, use this link:                                                                                                                                                                                    
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NSNA 2015

Delta and the Nursing Alumni sponsored two members including Chelsea Kleindl and Vanessa Jodway to go to the NSNA Conference in Phoenix, AZ. During this time, Vanessa ran for director West for the NSNA. 

NSNA 2012

Two of our Delta members were selected to go to the 2012 NSNA conference in Pittsburgh, PA!

NSNA 2011

Congratulations to Tommy Hartono, Julie Cunningham, Tara Melborne and Carissa Carter for being selected to go to the 2011 NSNA conference in Salt Lake City. During the conference the recipients will attend workshops and upon their return will do presentations about the conference for Delta members.

NSNA 2010

We are fortunate enough to have an anonymous donor make a donation to Delta that allowed us to send three people to the national conference instead of just two. We are very excited with the number and quality of the applications. The three students who were chosen to attend are Kajsa Swenson, Angelica Fink and Kim Applebee.























































Being a member of the National Student Nurses Association automatically makes you a
member of the Washington State Nurses Association. These professional organizations are a great way to get involved in the nursing community outside of school and meet people who are working in the different fields of nursing. They also offer lots of scholarship opportunities for students in all levels of school.




Visit http://www.nsna.org/ to register to become a member!


Cost:


$70 for two years
$35 for one year
If you would like a chance to attend the yearly NSNA conference, speak with a Delta officer during the Spring semesters.




NSNA 2012
Two of our Delta members were selected to go to the 2012 NSNA conference in Pittsburgh, PA!




NSNA 2011




Congratulations to Tommy Hartono, Julie Cunningham, Tara Melborne and Carissa Carter for being selected to go to the 2011 NSNA conference in Salt Lake City. During the conference the recipients will attend workshops and upon their return will do presentations about the conference for Delta members.




NSNA 2010


We are fortunate enough to have an anonymous donor make a donation to Delta that allowed us to send three people to the national conference instead of just two. We are very excited with the number and quality of the applications. The three students who were chosen to attend are Kajsa Swenson, Angelica Fink and Kim Applebee.








Please contact:


Cory (Red) Seesz- seeszcj@plu.edu



Please contact:

Tess Sawatzki-

Vanessa Jodway-