What are the benefits of membership?


There are many benefits to joining VASN and NASN including direct access to the VASN Discussion Group, Member Directory and Resource Library. In addition, you’ll receive CEU Hours, access to our newsletter and the NASN School Nurse — a clinical journal published six times a year. Click here for a complete list of benefits.

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Can I join VASN if I practice outside of the United States?


Yes. VASN and NASN welcome school nurses employed by Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS) and in International Schools. School nurses not employed by DoDDS or in International Schools may join NASN only.

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Is VASN membership only for registered nurses?


No. Our diverse group of members include public, private, and parochial school nurses, nurse practitioners, school nurse administrators, consultants, educators, and nursing students.

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How much does it cost to join VASN?


Membership fees vary for each state. If you live in one of these 44 states (including Virginia), you will pay one combined or unified fee to join VASN and NASN.

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How can I join VASN?


You can join online with a credit card, purchase order, or check by clicking this link. Please send your purchase order or join to NASN, 1100 Wayne Avenue, Suite 925, Silver Spring, MD 20910 - FAX: 301-585-1791. Application submissions vary depending on payment option. Contact membership@nasn.org if you have any questions.

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