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SNAI Annual Convention: Award Application
Community Service Award
An award will be presented to the school with the most outstanding community health project. Other successful projects can be awarded certificates (see application form for time frames of project). Selection will be based on originality, as well as the goals and effect on the recipients of the project. You may attach any publicity, pictures or other materials that may help to describe the project (materials will not be returned). If your school would like to be considered for more than one community service project, a separate application must be submitted for each activity conducted by your SNA chapter. Schools may not submit the same project for the Empowering Resolutions Award. The completed application form and all supporting documentation must be submitted on or before the deadline date.

Dr. Alma J. Labunski Leadership Award
Dr. Alma Labunski, a distinguished Professor of Nursing and active ANA member, will present the award and a one year membership in ANA Illinois. The applicant must have senior status and a GPA of at least a 3.3 on a 4.0 scale. If the applicant’s GPA is lower than this but feels he/she is deserving of this award, further evidence of his/her academic merit will need to be submitted. An official transcript and two letters of recommendation from your nursing school faculty/administration, as well as a copy of the NSNA membership card or canceled check is required. Selection is based on the applicant’s activity in nursing and non-nursing related activities as well as scholastic honors received. The completed application form and all supporting documentation must be submitted on or before the deadline date.

Ticket to Success Award
The Ticket to Success Award was established by SNAI in 1989 to assist nursing students in financial need, which show interest in joining NSNA/SNAI but lack the funds to do so. This award is offered once a year at the SNAI Annual Convention. The award is a paid membership to NSNA/SNAI to nursing students for their first year of membership. The number of awards varies from year to year. Current members of NSNA/SNAI are not eligible. A one page statement describing your interest joining NSNA/SNAI and any plans you may have to become involved in the organization at the local, state or national level. Please describe any experiences you have had that would be relevant to these plans. A letter of recommendation from your nursing school faculty/administration is required. The completed application form and all supporting documentation must be submitted on or before the deadline date.

Who’s Who in the Student Nurses Association of Illinois
The applicant must have a GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. If the applicant’s GPA is lower but feels he/she is deserving of this award, further evidence of his/her academic merit will need to be provided. An official transcript and one letter of recommendation from your nursing school faculty/administration, as well as a copy of your NSNA membership card or canceled check is required. Applicants must write a brief statement describing how involvement in SNAI/your local SNA chapter has been beneficial to you during your nursing school career. Selection is based on the applicant’s activities in nursing and non-nursing related activities as well as scholastic honors received. The completed application form and all supporting documentation must be submitted on or before the deadline date.

Empowering Resolutions Award
An award will be presented to the school chapter or individual with the most outstanding initiatives that align with the Resolutions adapted in the National Student Nurses Association House of Delegates at the 2018 Annual Convention. A detailed list of Resolutions can be found at https://www.dropbox.com/s/8xwq5f827leqriq/NSNA%20Resolutions%202018.pdf?dl=0 The initiates can include community projects, advocacy, change initiates on a school, state, or national level, awareness campaigns, etc. Selection will be based on originality, as well as the goals and effect on the recipients of the project. You may attach any publicity, pictures or other materials that may help to describe the project (materials will not be returned). Schools may not submit the same project for the Community Service Award. The completed application form and all supporting documentation must be submitted on or before the deadline date.

*CURRENT SNAI BOARD MEMBERS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR AWARDS

**All applicants for awards must attend the Closing Ceremonies at the 69th Annual Convention. If selected for an award, recipients must be present to accept the award. Failure to comply with completing the applications will render your application incomplete and thereby disqualify it.

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