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  • GNSA Bulletin - November 2022 Edition

    Students— November 03, 2022

    In October 2012, AACN officially launched the Graduate Nursing Student Academy (GNSA). Focused on providing resources and professional development opportunities to graduate students at AACN member institutions, the GNSA has enjoyed seeing thousands of students engage through various activities, which have propelled their nursing careers to new heights.

  • Register Now for Upcoming Discover Nursing Virtual Fair - November 17

    Students— November 02, 2022

    Join the Discover Nursing Virtual Fair for free on Thursday, November 17, from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (ET). Meet and chat with nursing school representatives from across the country in an interactive, virtual setting. Use this opportunity to ask questions about the nursing profession, admission requirements, prerequisites, and elements of a robust application. Find the best nursing program for your educational and professional goals!

  • GNSA Bulletin - October 2022 Edition

    Students— October 06, 2022

    Regardless of where you are in your academic journey, it is always a good idea to start planning for success. Proper (and effective) planning means that not only is there a process in place to ensure you meet your goals, but it can also serve as a means to resolve any issues that may compromise your success.

  • GNSA Bulletin - September 2022 Edition

    Students— September 08, 2022

    Hello GNSA members! I hope you are all having a great start to the academic year. The fall semester can be exciting and overwhelming at the same time. You may have great expectations for this year and have already set goals for things that you hope to accomplish.

  • GNSA Bulletin - August 2022 Edition

    Students— August 11, 2022

    It’s Conference Season!  The GNSA just finished its annual student conference last Friday. The event included over 120 students from around the country who came together to share their research, network with like-minded colleagues and nursing leaders, and learn about the various resources that AACN offers.

  • GNSA Bulletin - July 2022 Edition

    Students— July 06, 2022

    The kids are out for the summer, but your scholarly work continues. Writing a manuscript or finishing up dissertation work might be on your to do list for the summer months. When to write and how often to write is always a question.

  • GNSA Bulletin - June 2022 Edition

    Students— June 14, 2022

    Searching for a job can simultaneously spark hope, excitement, and anxiety. Perhaps you have graduated or reached a milestone in your academic trajectory that allows you to take on new opportunities. Maybe you are ready to advance professionally based on your interests or maybe you just need to find a better work environment that fits your professional and personal needs. Whatever the reason, we all must search for jobs at some point, which is why I have listed some tips that may help us on this journey.

  • GNSA Bulletin - May 2022 Edition

    Students— May 02, 2022

    Throughout your career you will continue to expand your knowledge base due to advances in technology and cutting-edge nursing research. For those wishing to play a part in developing new skills, research, and practice innovations, now is the time for you to consider a terminal nursing degree. 

  • GNSA Bulletin - April 2022 Edition

    Students— April 04, 2022

    As a registered nurse and leader for almost 3 decades, I have had many opportunities to review resumes, cover pages, and interview job applicants. One common thread I have found is that people do not take enough time to review the job posting to fully understand what leadership skills the employer considers valuable and if the skills required are a good fit for their educational background and experiences.

  • GNSA Bulletin - March 2022 Edition

    Students— March 01, 2022

    As a graduate nursing student, it can be very easy to get lost in just completing your coursework, meeting assignment deadlines, writing your dissertation, or working on your practice project. However, there are other ways for you to develop as a graduate nursing student through the professional development opportunities such as nursing conferences.