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Do you want to get more involved in NHNPA? Perfect, because we want you!

Since the beginning days of NHNPA, very few projects can be completed or advocacy wins achieved without the help of the volunteers who serve on our committees. Not only do committee members assist with ideation, but they help with execution. Their contributions assist NHNPA in working towards our mission, to empower nurse practitioners and champion their practice.  At the same time, committee members also benefit from their volunteer experiences.  Volunteers report that they: gain new skills, make new connections and have fun!

All NHNPA members are eligible to serve on several of our committees. Would you like to get more engaged and serve on a committee which help NHNPA achieve our mission? You can learn more and sign-up below.

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Special Event Committee

Do you enjoy being creative and planning events? Are you as excited about NHNPA as we are? Would you enjoy promoting our events to other NPs? This committee is for you! The special events committee assists in the planning and hosting of our annual NP Week celebration and the annual awards program.  Throughout the year, committee members enjoy promoting our events and identifying additional opportunities to bring NPs together.

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Conference Planning Committee

Do you have a passion for education and professional development? Have you enjoyed our conferences in the past or have ideas for future events? The conference committee works together throughout the year, planning and hosting the annual conference. From finding speakers and sponsors to stuffing goodie bags there is a role for you! 

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Legislative Affairs Committee

Do you have or would you like to gain advocacy experience? Are you in a position to help identify advocacy opportunities for NHNPA? The legislative affairs committee offers a variety of opportunities for volunteering.  They include: identifying legislative opportunities, preparing written testimony, providing verbal testimony and engaging with healthcare policy leaders.