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Volunteer Opportunities

NANN & NANNP Call for Volunteers—Opportunities Available!

Members interested in the following opportunities should submit an application which includes a Statement of Interest addressing why you would like to be considered and your CV. The application deadline is Wednesday, April 15.

NANN Leadership Development Academy  

NANN is seeking up to three members to serve on a task force that will help design a NANN Leadership Academy.  The ultimate goal of this Academy is to prepare individuals with the skills to lead NANN initiatives in the future. We plan to accomplish this through identifying potential future NANN leaders and building their skill and confidence to lead through a variety of activities including, mentoring with a current NANN leader; in-person and online educational programming; and exposure to the various NANN committees and the Board of Directors.

Term
12 months depending on the status of the project.

Qualifications

The Academy task force members will have the following characteristics to help develop this program: 

  • Currently in a professional leadership role, either with NANN or at their workplace
  • Experience with succession planning or leadership development
  • A willingness to meet periodically (via phone) over the next year to plan the program with an intended launch date of the final product in 2016

If you would like more information about this developing an exciting new program for NANN members, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Neonatal Nursing Professional Development Pathway Work Group Co-Chairs  

NANN is seeking two members to serve as Co-Chairs of the Neonatal Nursing Professional Development Pathway (Pathway) work group, under the direction of the Education Provider Committee. The work group's purpose is to continue the development of a career-stage based curriculum of NANN and NANNP educational programming and resources. The Pathway might be thought of as a "roadmap" that every neonatal nurse can take advantage of to grow and develop into the profession, both clinically and professionally. While already in the formative phases and endorsed for further development by the NANN Board of Directors and NANNP Council, continued ideas regarding promotion, use, and additional programming for the Pathway are both needed and encouraged.

Term

Work Group members are asked to serve one initial 2-year term, with the option to serve one additional 2-year term depending on the status of the project.

Work Group Responsibilities

Bring a strong sense of educational interest, organizational skills, experience, and leadership to generate ideas and move the work group forward in the development and roll-out of the Pathway. Participate actively in regularly scheduled work group meetings, direct staff, create meeting agendas, and help maintain the vision of the Pathway as proposed and accepted by the Board. Create the Pathway to be inclusive, robust, and engaging- which may require the identification of needed programming and working with other organizations and technology vendors.

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Neonatal Nursing Professional Development Pathway Work Group Members  

NANN is seeking up to five members to serve as members of the Neonatal Nursing Professional Development Pathway (Pathway) work group, under the direction of the Education Provider Committee. The work group's purpose is to continue the development of a career-stage based curriculum of NANN and NANNP educational programming and resources. The Pathway might be thought of as a "roadmap" that every neonatal nurse can take advantage of to grow and develop into the profession, both clinically and professionally. While already in the formative phases and endorsed for further development by the NANN Board of Directors and NANNP Council continued ideas regarding promotion, use, and additional programming for the Pathway are both needed and encouraged.

Term

Work Group members are asked to serve one initial 2-year term, with the option to serve one additional 2-year term depending on the status of the project.

Work Group Member Responsibilities

Bring a keen sense of educational interest, enthusiasm, an understanding of the educational needs of the neonatal nurse across the spectrum of career stages and sub-specialties, and the ability to generate ideas for new programming from this perspective. Participate actively in regularly scheduled work group meetings, helping to maintain the vision of the Pathway as proposed and accepted by the Board.

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