Individual Membership

Criteria for membership in the International Association of the Latino Nurse Faculty shall consist of:

  • Latino registered nurses with an earned graduate degree
  • Have a current license to practice in good standing in at least one of the United States, it’s possessions, or territories
  • Are currently teaching nursing in an institution of higher education

Types of Membership

  • Full members are Latino registered nurses with an earned graduate degree in nursing; have a current license to practice in good standing in the United States, it’s possessions, or territories; and currently teaching nursing in a nationally accredited school/college of nursing; or retired from teaching.
  • International members meet the above criteria but are teaching nursing outside the United States, possessions, or territories.
  • Associate members meet the above criteria and are not Latino.
  • Honorary members are professionals who have made noteworthy contributions to nursing, health care and/or the Association.
  • Students are enrolled in an accredited graduate nursing program.

Membership Benefits

  • Provides a method of communicating and networking with other Latino nursing faculty
  • Assist members in professional development
  • Become involved in continuing education activities
  • Foster junior faculty in their roles and support the advancement of senior faculty
  • Provide guidance in employment
  • Provide guidance in research activities and publication
  • Chance to serve on the Association’s board and/or chair committees
  • Speak on health-related issues with government officials as needed or requested.

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Offline Application

Click below to submit (or update) your Membership Application Form.  If paying by check, complete form and mail payment to:

International Association of Nurse Faculty
P.O. Box 15161
San Antonio, Texas 78212