State Convention 2012
SNA-SC 61st Annual State Convention
North Charleston Convention Center
September 28-30, 2012
"We are the Future: Lead With Your Heart"
The 61st Annual Student Nurses' Association of South Carolina State Convention will be held at the Embassy Suites and North Charleston Convention Center in Charleston, SC. The theme of the convention is "We are the Future: Lead with your Heart" with keynote speaker Muriel Horton, RN, MSN, Dean of Nursing at Trident Technical College. Many exciting learning opportunities are scheduled to prepare you to become a leader in the field of Nursing. We will have NCLEX reviews, Penny Wars, Jeopardy, Operation, and much more!
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"Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve"
The theme for the Opening Night Party on Friday is "Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve". Party-goers are encouraged to wear red (or come as you are) and dance the night away with music provided by The Music Maker, the SNA-SC convention DJ since 2007. A photo booth will be available to capture the memories from the night.
Spirit Luncheon & Skit Competition
As current students you are the future of the profession. Where do you see things headed with the profession? What advancements do you think we will make? How will things be different than they are now? This year you will be asked to decorate your tables and come up with a three minute skit or digital short with your vision of the nursing profession.
Does your school have an awesome newsletter? How about some great Community Health or Breakthrough to Nursing projects? Many awards will be at the Awards Banquet on Sunday afternoon. The deadline for applications is September 8 at the COSR meeting.
Future Board Members
Are you interested in becoming a member of the SNA-SC? Download the 2012-2013 Candidate Packet. For more information, please contact NEC director, Rachel Drafts (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Do you have what it takes to work in the Operating Room? Teams of three students, one team per school compete against one another in this single elimination tournament. Winners get a prize and bragging rights for the next year!