Call for 2013 AEN Fellow Applications
** International ENA members are welcome and encouraged to apply! **
Deadline to submit online materials: November 30, 2012,
5 p.m. (Central)
BEFORE YOU BEGIN THIS ONLINE APPLICATION PROCESS, PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS:
We strongly encourage you to submit your application, including CV, well before the deadline to avoid issues such as loss of power, crashing computers, illness, floods, etc. that could cause you to miss this deadline.
Ask your two sponsors (one ENA member, one AEN Fellow) to write your letters of recommendation well before the deadline to assure that they have time to complete the task, even with unforeseen events.
Internet delays due to problems with ENA internet servers will not disqualify applications and authors will be notified to resend materials once the problem is fixed. However, applications arriving after the deadline date due to problems with the individual's computer and/or internet provider will disqualify the application. There will be no exceptions.
To avoid the most common application mistakes, you may wish to review the following two articles:
You will need to have the following information ready to complete the application:
In 400 words or less describe how you have demonstrated active involvement in ENA, beyond holding membership, for a minimum of three consecutive years immediately prior to the application submission deadline. International applicants must be active ENA members for at least one year immediately prior to their application submission deadline and be active members in good standing, beyond holding membership, of their country’s association for emergency nurses for a minimum of three consecutive years immediately prior to their application submission deadline. International applicants must provide official documentation of their membership in their country’s association for the previous three consecutive years. All memberships will be verified.
In 750 words or less describe how you have demonstrated enduring and substantial contributions and the significant impact (outcomes) those contributions had on the advancement of the emergency nursing profession - may be in education, practice, research, leadership, and/or public policy. The contributions and impact are above and beyond those, which were required or expected in your position of employment.
In 300 words or less describe how you demonstrate potential for sustained contributions to the AEN and the advancement of the emergency nursing profession. The potential contributions and anticipated impact (outcomes) may be in education, practice, research, leadership, and/or public policy. The sustained contributions and impact are above and beyond those required or expected in your position of employment.
Your credit card information (for the $100 application fee - if applicable).
To ensure you do not exceed the word count limits, please use the "word count" feature in your application software.
Click here to start the application process.
Questions? Please contact Ellen Siciliano, Board Relations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.