Always a Nurse!
Are you retired, or transitioning into retirement? Utilize the information on this webpage to stay connected with STTI and the nursing profession. After all, you are always a nurse!
Always a NurseE-newsletter
This resource offers opportunities to learn about nursing news, honor society updates and fellow members; get financial advice and book reviews; and access travel and volunteer opportunities. (Use Adobe Acrobat to read).
View the current issue of Always a Nurse:
December 2013 - Text only
Archived issues of Always a Nurse are also available.
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You ask, we answer.
Do you have questions about financial planning, legal matters or tax issues? Since it is never too early to start planning for retirement, we have brought together three experts to answer your questions. Be sure to check out the "Retirement 411" column of the Always a Nurse e-newsletter.
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Opportunities to get involved
Many members continue their involvement with STTI and the nursing profession, long after retirement. Utilize these opportunities to stay connected and involved:
Volunteer Interest Profile (VIProfile) - Are you interested in volunteering at the chapter, regional or international level? Complete your VIProfile to indicate your volunteer interests and get contacted when opportunities arise.
The Millennium Development Goals and You - You don't have to travel around the world to improve the health of the world's people. Use your passion and your strengths to get involved in achieving the United Nation's Millennium Development Goals by the year 2015.
Vision 2020: Let's Make it Real - By the year 2020, STTI aims to be the organization of choice for scholarship, knowledge and leadership for nurses globally. As a member, you can help!
Contact Member Services at 888.634.7575 (U.S./Canada) or +1.317.634.8171 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.orgDec2013_AAN-v5.pdf