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FAIR HEALTH CARE FOR ALL
Thank you for your interest in membership in The Colorado Council of Black Nurses Inc and in supporting culturally competent and equitable health care for ALL by promoting increased representation of Black/African American professional nurses in the healthcare continuum. Click HERE for more info about the important step you are about to take and membership levels or click RIGHT HERE for more info about membership benefits and membership fees. Already have all the info you need? Then simply scroll down and click on the drop down menu to pay for membership, fill out the enrollment form, and become a member in good standing.
For those who qualify and are interested in stepping to another level by adding an ECCBN membership, a discounted dual membership is available. NOTE that to retain national level voting rights, ECCBN dues must be paid in full annually by February 20th locally or by March 31st direct on the NBNA website.
Enrollment for the 2022 calendar year is now OPEN. Paying your membership dues and staying in good standing is as easy as 1-2-3!
1. Enroll in the safety and comfort of your home through 100% online registration. Access the applicable SCROLL DOWN MENU below and SELECT the desired MEMBERSHIP LEVEL. At the end of payment, just click the "RETURN TO MERCHANT" bar AFTER PAYMENT IS COMPLETE and the MEMBERSHIP ENROLLMENT APPLICATION WILL APPEAR. It's fast and convenient!
ONCE YEARLY PAYMENT OPTION AVAILABLE NOW
INSTALLMENT PLAN AVAILABLE THROUGH AUGUST 31, 2021 (Monthly installments no longer available)Installments for 2023 will be available August 2022.
2. Not at ease in the 100% online arena? No worries. Simply mail your check or money order to:
The Colorado Council of Black Nurses Inc.
3700 Quebec Street #100-310
Denver, CO. 80207-1639
Once your payment is collected from the mail, the membership enrollment form link will be sent to your organization email address or another valid email address of your choosing if provided.
3. If you are a licensed nurse, an unlicensed new first year of Nursing graduate, or an unlicensed student enrolled in a Nursing program, then you qualify for membership in the National Black Nurses Association Inc (NBNA) via membership through the Eastern Colorado Council of Black Nurses Inc (ECCBN). After your local enrollment above, complete the NBNA application process online through the NBNA WEBSITE to take advantage of any membership campaign discounts if available, or via mail using this downloadable MEMBERSHIP form. That's all there is to it!
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