Familiarize yourself with the vast benefits of NASN membership
Refer to the Just for NASN Members web page. Keep membership materials with you including the resources listed below.
Have a brief testimonial about how NASN enhanced your practice
Refer to the video above for inspiration. Remember why you joined and how your membership experience with NASN has benefited your practice; maybe you had an unforgettable experience at a meeting or conference, or joined because you enjoy reading the journal subscriptions, or gained valuable information from NASN Learning Center.
Print a few NASN Strong Vouchers
Print and complete vouchers to have on hand and ready to share. The voucher includes key benefits of membrship, a link to the online application, and a space where you can insert your membership name, email, and NASN ID. This will make it easy for a new member to "credit" you with the referral.
Engage with prospective members
Identify individuals in your professional network who could benefit from NASN membership. When you are networking and meeting new individuals, consider asking if they are a member of NASN. Ask about their professional development needs and what types of information or resources would be useful to them. Based on their responses, highlight the NASN resources that address expressed needs.
Refer prospective members to NASN's website
If more information is needed, let NASN's website do the "talking."
Invite school nurses to join and tell them how to join.
Share an NASN Strong Voucher. It includes a link to the membership application.
Follow up, check in to see if they need more information.
Thank them for considering an NASN membership.