Northwest Navy Nurse Corps Association
Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska
The Birthplace of the Navy Nurse Corps Association (NNCA) was first incorporated as a non-profit organization in the state of Washington.
To facilitate information sharing, socialization, and camaraderie among local Navy Nurses.
Projects and Engagement
- The membership meets twice a year in April and October. The specifics of each meeting are posted in the newsletter sent out to NWNNCA members in March and September.
- Chapter projects include fund raising, selection of nursing school scholarship recipients and recognition of outstanding graduating NROTC nursing students.
NNCA is a national membership organization. Members of this national organization may or may not be affiliated with a Chapter, but all Chapter members must be members of the national organization.
Membership is open to all Navy nurses (active duty, active reserve, retired, and retired reserve, and former active and reserve nurses with an honorable discharge) living or working in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.
In order to join a NNCA Chapter, you must also be a member of the national NNCA.Become a National NNCA Member
NWNNCA dues are $10.00 Annually
The Northwest NNCA (NWMMCA) awards annual scholarships
- To a student in a BSN program. The school of nursing must be located in one of the following states: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington. Completed applications are due in June annually.