The Nursing Club, sponsored by the Division of Nursing and Allied Health, is open to all nursing students. Students learn how to be professionally and socially active in the community. Members participate in a variety of community service and fundraising activities. The club’s mission is to promote/expand visibility and growth of the nursing profession, as well as to promote high personal standards among nursing students. Leadership and fellowship are also encouraged while cultivating, promoting, and sustaining the art and science of nursing.
2015 Nursing Graduates
Kaitlin Bailey, Morgan Barton, Brooke Berlin, Ryan Brasher, Tayler Browning, Terry Burke, Danny Fowler, Ashlyn Haner, Jessica Jackson, Jordan Joyner, Stacy Knight, Ronda Marcadante, Jana Mitchell, Britni Pate, Kelsey Pearce, Danielle Price, Judy Robinson, Sarah Schmitt, James Scott, Jessica Skaggs, Ashleigh Slone, Arial Suits, Tammy Summers, Devin Walters, Cara Wendt.
Mindy Boswell, Cassidy Boulds, Peyton Boyd, David Brown, Dayna Burnett, Jason Cross, Susan Deain, Alicia Denbo, Jillian Fulbright, Laura Gobin, Josh Golish, Natalie Griffith, Christina Harper, Andrea James, Katie Lawler, Mallory Ledbetter, Sarina Lewis, Pamela Marcum, Jewel Massey, Jessica Mezo, James Ohara, Jessica Owens, Rhea Passmore, Jennifer Reed, Kendall Seacrist, Amanda Seely, Mackenzie Sinks, Joanne Smith, Nichole Stubbs, Rebekah Tolley, Taylor Williford, Brooklynn Wright.
Sheila Brown, Kim DeGrave, Jonathon Malone, Jenny Prest, Cassie Williams.
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The Southeastern Illinois College Nursing Club serves to promote expanded visibility and growth of the nursing profession, as well as to promote high personal standards and encourage leadership and fellowship among members while cultivating, promoting, and sustaining the art and science of nursing.
Promote health awareness, on campus and in the community by providing health related activities. Encourage collaboration and professional development among nursing students. Participate in the planning of campus-wide activities and events that prepare students to meet the challenges of our global community. Participate in service-oriented projects within the community.
Overview of anticipated activities:
- Participation in American Heart Association Heartwalk Fundraiser
- Adoption of special family
- Participation in SIC Healthfair
- Delivery of health-related campus seminars