NursingEd.com Professional Development Scholarship for ADN Educators
$1000 for Your Future!
The NursingEd.com Professional Development Scholarship for ADN Educators was established by Nursing Education Consultants for the purpose of supporting the professional development efforts of associate degree nursing educators.
The applicant must meet the following criteria:
- The applicant must be employed in an associate degree nursing education program setting.
- The applicant must hold a membership in N-OADN as an individual or through an agency.
Eligible Professional Development Activities
- Preparation for the National League for Nursing's Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) certification examination through NLN or N-OADN workshops.
- Academic credit regarding teaching, curriculum, evaluation, and principles of education at the graduate level.
- Attendance at appropriate pre-convention presentations regarding teaching techniques, curriculum, and evaluation of students that are offered at N-OADN or other nationally-recognized nursing conferences.
- Attendance at appropriate peer presentations or structured continuing nursing education courses.
To apply for the Professional Development Scholarship for ADN Educators, individuals should submit the following materials by September 1, 2014:
- An application attesting that he or she meets the following criteria:
- The applicant is employed in an associate degree nursing education program setting.
- The applicant holds a membership in N-OADN as an individual or through an agency.
- A description of the professional development activities to be pursued; how the applicant will benefit from the activities; and how AD nursing will benefit from the applicant's professional development efforts.
- A budget and timeline for the professional development activities to be pursued.
- A letter of reference from the applicant's immediate supervisor.
The amount of the scholarship is $1000.
Notification and Awards Presentation
All applicants will be notified in writing of the N-OADN Foundation's decision. The recipient will be recognized and the award will be presented at the N-OADN Annual Convention in November.