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.
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.