SN-EOF Student Clubs
Get involved at the Rutgers School of Nursing by joining one of our EOF clubs!
The Rutgers School of Nursing EOF program provides many opportunities for students to interact with each other and the SN-EOF staff. SN-EOF has three clubs that give students the ability to enhance their leadership and networking skills, while also giving back to their community. These three clubs target different areas of nursing, which means there is a club for everyone!
The B.R.I.D.G.E. club is an acronym for “Building Roads for Individual Development, Growth, and Education.” This club is for students who desire excellence in the sciences and are interested in earning a doctoral degree. Its purpose is to work on projects in the community related to research, fundraisers, and providing services to the community while continuously reaching out to others.
This club stands for “Rutgers Ethnic Student Nurse Association”. The purpose is to foster awareness and understanding of the unique needs and strengths of minorities who seek to pursue a professional degree in nursing. Its main goal is to promote awareness and unification of all minority students; academically, culturally, and socially while being a positive role model. This club is committed to developing a learning relationship among minority nursing students to obtain a positive support system through the interaction among peers, faculty, and the community.
The Nurse Science Club is an organization for nursing students committed to the process of nursing research. Students who perform exceptionally well in the sciences can offer their services as tutors to assist their peers. Students are also allowed to team up with faculty members who need student research assistants to help document research findings.
For questions regarding SN-EOF Clubs please contact our
Senior Counselor for Special Programs:
Ms. Lori Van Walters-Truell at firstname.lastname@example.org
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