Keynote Speaker: Cat Golden, BSN, RN
Learn more about our keynote speaker!
Date and Time: Friday, February 5th, 2021 from 6:00pm-7:00pm
Hurst NCLEX review: An amazing opportunity to hone in on test-taking skills before graduation!
Breakout Sessions: Saturday, February 6th from 10:30am-12:30pm
Sessions include residency programs from across the state, flight nursing, disaster relief nursing and so many more.
House of Delegates: Engage with other chapter members by presenting a Resolution or running for an Executive Board Position.
EVENT REGISTRATION FOR STUDENTS & FACULTY AND SPONSORSHIP TICKETS
Sign up to attend the 69th Annual SNA-SC State Convention today by clicking here!
Delegates are responsible for electing the best possible state officers for the Executive Board of SNA-SC. Delegates are encouraged to seek the opinions of their constituents present at the meeting in helping to arrive at appropriate decisions. Delegates are also responsible for discussing and voting on proposed resolutions submitted by the states' school chapters and SNA-SC. Delegates will discuss and vote on any proposed changes to the SNA-SC's Bylaws that are recommended by the Executive Board.
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Delegates and Credentialing:
The deadline to enroll and/or update your NSNA Membership to be counted towards delegate numbers for your school is 12/31/2020.
At SNA-SC Annual Convention 2020, the House of Delegates voted to update SNA-SC Bylaws in regards to the number of delegates. SNA-SC now bases the number of delegates on the percentage of total nursing/pre-nursing students your school has in its SNA chapter. Please ensure the ease of your school chapter's participation in the House of Delegates by reminding your Faculty Advisors that SNA-SC needs the number of total enrolled nursing and pre-nursing students on your campus (not just the SNA members). This information can be sent from a faculty member's school email to Xan Lutsky, SNA-SC Ethics & Governance Director, as soon as possible.
We like to encourage everyone to consider writing a resolution. Resolutions are written statements that are the basis for policies and actions of the NSNA. This is another great opportunity to get involved at the state level and potentially the national level. Please view the PowerPoint going into detail about how to write a resolution for the SNA-SC state convention:
The primary author should submit to SNA-SC by 12/27/2020 at 2300 with Subject Line "RESOLUTION SUBMISSION" and attach all necessary documents as outlined by NSNA. The Resolutions Committee will review and email you with any needed edits by 01/01/2021 at 2300. Please email the finalized Resolution by 01/04/2021 at 2300. Submit to the NSNA Form by 01/15/2021 by 1700.
You can find more information about resolutions from NSNA here
Resolutions are DUE December 27th, 2020 at 11:59pm. Please do not hesitate to reach out to Xan Lutsky, Ethics & Governance Director (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions!
RUNNING FOR THE SNA-SC EXECUTIVE BOARD
Becoming a member of the SNA-SC executive board is an invaluable experience in which students have the opportunity to get involved in a higher level of leadership. As a state board member, students can improve their professional development to lead and mentor other student nurses across the state. Here is the Candidate Packet which explains in detail the positions that we will be electing at the state convention. In addition, you can find applications for the state board positions.
Check out our awards & applications page where you can apply for a SNA-SC executive board position!
Pre-Slated Candidate Info
Please encourage your chapter members to attend this convention and apply for a position. The deadline to be considered a Pre-Slated Candidate is January 1st, 2021 at 11:59pm. Candidates that are pre-slated will be able to submit with their application a recorded video to be published on SNA-SC's social media and sent out to constituents to start their campaigning in the new virtual setting. Candidate can submit applications up until the day before convention, but they will not be able to campaign until the are slated by the NEC Director.
Interested candidates that may have missed the deadlines will have only one opportunity to run from the floor during the the House of Delegates meeting Saturday, February 6th at 1:30pm. At the end of the HOD meeting candidate will be expected to present themselves to the attendees, so please come prepared with a speaker and ready to answer questions from attendees and current Executive Board members.
Interviews for all candidates will be held after dinner on Saturday, February 6th starting at 8:00pm. Interview times will be scheduled based on position and time candidate was slated. Please reach out to Angela Hall (email@example.com) with any questions/concerns.
Find the 2021 Awards Packet here!
Here is a list of exhibit hall attendees: TBD
If you have any questions or need any additional information, please contact Disney Cuddington, SNA-SC Vice President at firstname.lastname@example.org