Left to right back: From left to right Tori Ford, Jolene Bell, Taylor Hill, Krissi, Elizabeth Hemmes, and Vallery Seay; Left to right front: Sarah Nordby, Faith Kocevar, and Lindsey Archambo
Baker College nursing students received multiple honors during the Michigan Student Nurses Association’s (MNSA) 71st Annual Convention held Friday, Oct 14, 2022, in Livonia, MI.
The MNSA works to create environments where nursing students can achieve their full potential, providing leadership to its members and the public as the voice of nursing students within the State of Michigan. The MSNA offers a place for nursing students to feel supported in their development towards becoming professional registered nurses.
During the convention, board elections were held. The newly voted MNSA board will include Baker College’s Sarah Nordby, president; Faith Kocevar, 1st Vice President; Vallery Seay, 2nd Vice President; and Lindsey Archambo, Secretary.
Other honors included Baker College of Cadillac’s SNA Chapter winning the Chapter of the Year scholarship worth $500, the Community Service Award, and the Creative Outreach Award. Vallery Seay, project chairperson for the Cadillac Campus Student Nurses Association (SNA) Fall 21-Spring 22 and 2nd Vice President for the Michigan Nursing Student Association (MNSA), won the Outstanding Board Member award for her service on the SNA last year. And finally, Elizabeth Hemmes, a current member of the National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) Nominating and Elections Committee (NEC), won the Future Florence scholarship worth $100.
Baker College offers bachelor’s, master’s and accelerated degree programs in nursing. More information is available on the BC School of Nursing Program Page.