ENA Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are at the heart of ENA’s organization

"I made lifelong professional connections and dear friends. I am more confident and energized in my professional life with renewed passion for Emergency Nursing- ENA is a family that gets things done! You may feel you have nothing to offer, but the people who raise their hands lead the way." Kristen Cline, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, CFRN, CTRN, TCRN, Emergency Nursing Conference Education Planning Committee Chairperson


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Why Volunteer?

ENA volunteers provide a link to nursing practice, education, research and special needs that benefit our members. As a volunteer, you will have many opportunities to network with fellow emergency nurses, advance your professional development and personal growth. Through your collaborative work, you will be able to influence the emergency nursing profession and help move the association forward.


People - WhoWho Can Volunteer?

ENA's volunteer opportunities are open to all current ENA members. Most volunteer opportunities require no previous volunteering experience. Whether you are an emerging professional or seasoned emergency nurse with many years of experience, we invite you to contribute your time and talents to ENA.

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Short-term volunteering opportunities are available throughout the year and a larger call for national volunteer opportunities is conducted annually at the end of Summer. Check the available opportunities section below for more information about upcoming or open volunteering opportunities.

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Available Opportunities

There are no opportunities at this time.

If you have any questions, please contact ENA Committees at Committees@ena.org.



Already a volunteer?

Thank you for volunteering your valuable time and talents to ENA!

2019 ENA National Volunteer Group Roster



To our dedicated ENA volunteers, thank you for all that you do to make an impact not only for ENA but for the emergency nursing profession.

"It has been a very positive experience and I feel well supported by ENA staff, our senior editor and project leads, the section editors, and the course authors. Projects of this magnitude require dedication, collaboration, discipline to keep on track, and patience. It has been a learning experience of a lifetime and I was proud to be selected and trusted to accomplish the goal of a 5th edition ENPC course that meets the needs of learners/instructors." Margaret Dymond, BSN, RN, ENPC Revision Work Team member