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Student Nursing Club

Club Email: sna@cccnj.edu

Mission & Purpose

The overall purpose of the Student Nurse Association (SNA) is to develop, promote and implement professional and educational related programs while maintaining high standards nursing practice. The underlying threads which connect the purpose of the college mission are to:



a) Promote and foster individual development of the professional nursing student through educational, social and cultural activities with the college and greater community. b) Elevate the level of health knowledge. Promote wellness and prevention within the college community and the Cumberland County communities.

General Information

The Student Nurse Association is a program level club that allows students to become familiar with professional associations in nursing. The National SNA provides job fairs and conferences aimed at the student nurse population. Faculty and Staff from CCC Nursing Program have participated in providing educational sessions at the SNA conferences in Atlantic City.

 

Students who participate in the CCC SNA are afforded various opportunities to serve the community, such as blood pressure screenings at Health Fairs and CCC Nursing Program awareness at College events. Students participate in fundraisers to offset the costs associated with the CCC Nursing Pin, as well as the costs to host a 'post pinning' reception for family and loved ones. Nursing Program tee shirts, sweats and other merchandise is offered through the SNA. Officers of the SNA hold leadership responsibilities and have provided the 'voice' of the students in recent efforts such as a change in clinical uniforms. Membership is free, all nursing students are encouraged to participate in this worthwhile association.

 

Advisor: Deborah Flaherty
Email: dflaherty@cccnj.edu
Phone: (856) 691-8660 Extension 452




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By Anonymous
Hello Anonymous, SNA is an acronym for "Student Nurse Association." The author points that out right in the FIRST sentence after the "Mission & Purpose" heading... yeah, good luck becoming a nurse.
 
By Anonymous
Confusing content, what is SNA?