ENA Committees reflect the key areas of focus for ENA as determined by the Board of Directors. Committees are typically ongoing with two to three year terms depending on the area of focus and outcomes. Each committee has a specific charge that is reviewed and approved annually by the Board of Directors. There are three standing committees as defined in the ENA bylaws: Finance, Resolutions, and Nominations.
Work Teams are typically associated with completing a single set of tasks over a set period of time. Generally, work team members remain until charges are completed.
Advisory councils have rotating terms that range from one to two years. Councils help provide guidance and direction as relates to a specific topic or cohort.
ENA Foundation committees reflect the key areas of focus for ENA Foundation as determined by the ENA Foundation Board of Trustees. The three ENA Foundation committees are ENA Foundation Fundraising Committee, ENA Foundation Scholarship Committee, and ENA Foundation Research Grant Committee. These committees are ongoing with one to two-year terms. Each committee has specific charges set by the Foundation Board of Trustees.
ENA micro-volunteering opportunities reflect key areas of focus for ENA as a result of a resolution outcome, response to a public need or crisis, or a strategic plan initiative. Micro-volunteering groups are typically short-term opportunities.
View the active volunteer groups for 2019. Most of these national volunteer groups are available to apply for, annually at the end of the Summer.