From September 30 to October 2, 2015, hundreds of registered nurses from across the state will converge at the Embassy Suites, in Concord, NC for the 108th North Carolina Nurses Association (NCNA) Annual Convention.
The UNC Charlotte School of Nursing and Office of Distance Education are platinum co-sponsors of the exhibit hall and mobile app for attendees at this year's event.
Sponsorship helps UNC Charlotte’s nursing programs stand out in the crowd and attract potential nursing students. “We believe we have great nursing programs to offer North Carolina nurses. Whether they come to campus and study full-time to earn an advanced practice degree or they continue in their jobs and expand their skills through part-time online study, we want nurses in North Carolina to know that UNC Charlotte can provide what they need educationally. No one can miss this as we showcase our programs and reconnect with our amazing alumni. In other words, we are painting this year's convention 49er green!” said Steven Carter, Senior Program Manager for Distance Education.
The NCNA is a professional association representing registered nurses in North Carolina. The association serves the changing needs of its members, addresses nursing issues, and advocates for the health and well-being of all people.