At the National Student Leadership Conference on Nursing, you will develop the skills necessary to provide high quality patient‐centered health care, gain insight into the careers available within nursing, and gain hands-on-experience with the kinds of challenges nurses face daily.
Using a mother and baby simulator, deliver a baby and learn the basics of maternal-newborn care
Perform an Electrocardiogram (EKG), to collect basic information about a patient’s status and use that information and your knowledge to manage a patient crisis
Become CPR Certified
Working with professional instructors, you will learn essential life-saving techniques and earn your CPR certification
Dates & Locations
Summer 2017 Dates & Locations will be available in mid-October. Please check back then or use the links above to request an NSLC brochure.
Deliver a baby in a midwifery lab
Working with the faculty at the Yale School of Nursing, you and your peers will spend time in state-of-the-art simulation labs, learning the techniques nurses use with their patients. You will experience what it’s like to deliver a baby in a midwifery lab, manage patient crises, learn the technique of intubation to allow a patient to breathe, conduct a pediatric behavioral assessment, visit an urban farm and discuss alternative healing methods, and master the basics of bedside manner.
Exclusive Guest Speakers
While at the NSLC’s summer high school nursing program, you will meet with and learn from leaders in the nursing community. NSLC students have heard and will hear from many industry leaders.
Dr. Holly Powell Kennedy, PhD, CNM, FACNM, FAAN
Dean and Professor of Midwifery, Yale School of Nursing
Dr. Linda Honan, PhD, MSN, CNS-BC, RN
Associate Professor of Nursing, Yale School of Nursing
Mr. Philip Martinez, MSN, APRN-BC
Lecturer, Yale School of Nursing
Ms. Virginia Sherrick, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, RN-BC
Nursing Simulation Director, Yale School of Nursing
Dr. Ashley E. Darcy, PhD, RN, NNP-BC
Assistant Professor, Emory University School of Nursing
Ms. Sandra S. Angell
Former Associate Dean, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
Interact with Nursing Professionals
These trips are designed as both sightseeing tours and exclusive educational trips specifically tailored to the Nursing field:
- Yale School of Nursing
- Nursing Simulation Labs
- Yale Urban Farm
- Times Square
- Rockefeller Center
At the heart of the NSLC is a leadership curriculum designed to build concrete leadership skills that will help you succeed. From the beginning of your program you will learn to work as a team during an exciting Ropes Challenge Course. Interactive lectures and small-group workshops will give you an opportunity to build upon your strengths and minimize your weaknesses.
Leadership topics tailored to the Nursing program include:
- Personality Styles and Group Dynamics
- Conflict Resolution
- Public Speaking and Communication
- Intrapersonal Communication
Your NSLC tuition is all-inclusive. Your tuition covers course materials, housing, on-campus meals, social events and transportation throughout your program.
We offer a comprehensive scholarship program to assist qualified students with the cost of NSLC tuition, based on financial need, academic merit and extracurriculars.
Fundraising is a great way to raise funds to contribute toward your NSLC program tuition while also forging relationships with leaders in your community.