The Carroll College Student Nurses’ Association is the college chapter for the state and national Student Nurses’ Association.
CCSNA brings students together to help further the growth of nursing, providing opportunities for education, experience, service and fellowship. Attendance at state and national conventions allows students to have an active voice in the future of nursing.
The officers for the 2012-13 academic year are: President: Emily Rabbitt, Vice-President: Will Lamb, Secretary: Tasha Zoanni, Treasurer: Sarah Grover; Community Health Representative: Monica Nazy; Public Representative: Emily Franceschina; Montana Nurses Association (MNA) Representative: Abby Hunthausen; Associated Students of Carroll College (ASCC) Representative: Maureen Downey.
Photo at right: CCSNA members continue their annual tradition of collecting Christmas gifts for the children and adolescents of the local Shodair Hospital.
The Carroll College Student Nurses Association is doing their part to give back to the Helena community. Each year the Carroll College Student Nurses Association, or CCSNA, holds a Christmas gift drive for Shodair Children's Hospital. Beartooth NBC’s Jill Jagelski sat down with some nursing students to find out why this drive holds a special place in their heart. Read more »
There were 19 nursing students and two community leaders inducted into Sigma Theta Tau International at an Induction ceremony and luncheon held on the Carroll College campus on Saturday, October 27, 2012. This was also the 30th anniversary of the Zeta Upsilon chapter and attendees, including several charter members, enjoyed a theatrical presentation by Pippa White, nationally known historian and entertainer.
Zeta Upsilon Chapter was formed through the joint efforts of the nursing faculty at Carroll College and Montana State University School of Nursing to encourage and recognize superior scholarship and/or leadership achievement in nursing at either the undergraduate or graduate level in the state of Montana.
In the Fall 2012, the Carroll Nursing Department presented national historian and performer Pippa White on the Carroll Campus. Ms. White performed Into Possession of Myself, a fascinating and surprising drama from the diaries, journals, and letters of Florence Nightingale, Clara Barton, and Dorthea Dix. They were much more than angels of mercy.
For a preview of her unique show, see http://www.pippawhite1co.com.
Photo at right: Cynde Watkins, Carroll nursing faculty and current President of the Zeta Upsilon Chapter of STTI, and Pippa White, historian and entertainer.