Milwaukee Chapter National Black Nurses Association

MCNBNA's mission is to provide a forum for collective activities by African American nurses to "investigate, define and determine the health care needs of African Americans and to implement change to make available to African Americans and other people of color health care that is accessible and acceptable."

MCNBNA is committed to collaborative efforts with private and public agencies and organizations that share common concerns for improving the health status of all people of color.

MCNBNA is commited to promoting health careers/professions and providing annual scholarships and support to nursing students.

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Upcoming chapter meetings:

January 14th, 2017

Regular meeting will be combined with Annual Prayer Breakfast

Italian Community Center

631 E Chicago Street | 8:00 am

Membership Growth: To increase MC membership by 15% in 2016.

• Finance: Develop programs and products to strengthen the Chapter’s financial status.

• Education: To enhance members nursing and business knowledge as it relates to growth and development in their chosen field.

• Mentoring Program:
- ​Develop a mentoring program for our nursing student to aid them in completing their education in nursing.

• Community:
– Partnering with others organizations in educational programs for our communities.
– Participate with churches and other health care agencies in promoting and providing health care screenings.

• Networking Opportunities:
– Colleges, universities, high schools, and grade schools for potential opportunities to channel young people into nursing.
– Collaboration with other minority nursing organizations to form a collaboration of interest.
– Continue to host social events to stimulate interest in the Chapter.