Student Nursing Association here for future nurses

Letter to the Editor

Heather Schultz, SNA - Vice President

Welcome new Madison College Students and welcome back fellow students and faculty. We made the decision to pursue new careers and improve ourselves with education in a tremulous time for our world. With so many changes occurring with lightning speed it’s a blessing to be able to return to campus in full form. Making new connections and growing those bonds is a highlight of the college experience. A great way to do that is connecting with groups and organizations that represent ideas and concepts that are near and dear to your heart.  

If you have been working on the prerequisites for the nursing program and have just been accepted in, the Student Nursing Association is a great opportunity to meet likeminded individuals in the same program while connecting with resources the organization has to offer. 

Over the semester SNA will have some workshops, activities, and volunteer opportunities focused on Nursing and Nursing Students. Within all these moments will be chance to make new friends and bond with fellow nursing students. SNA works to enrich its members with personal and professional growth and development of leadership skills.  

If it sounds like something you may be interested in our first meeting will be Sept. 13 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., in Room 309 in the Health Science Building. Come join us for free pizza and a meet and greet with the SNA board and faculty. Bring any questions, concerns, or ideas you have about the Student Nurse experience at Madison College. Looking forward to seeing you all there. 

– SNA VP, Heather Schultz