Nursing Guys Club is a branch of Undergraduate Nursing Society. Founded in 2011 by Tyler Hume, NGC is a club designed to equip nursing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigating difficult social and ethical issues that may arise in clinical practice. Though the name may specify “males” our group is made available to the student nursing community as a whole. We strive to advocate for the nursing profession by going out into the community and educating the general population on what nursing is by better defining it. This accomplished through various events such as high school visits, panels, and social gatherings.
Mackenzie Margetts, BN ‘17
VP of Finance & Chair of NGC
Why join NGC?
In addition to the educational opportunities provided, NGC is an excellent source of networking and social support. You will have the opportunity to meet nurses from a huge variety of specialties, as well as other members of the healthcare industry. NGC will also give you the opportunity to collaborate with nursing students from all years of BN program, providing you with the mentorship necessary to succeed in your program!
What is the time commitment?
NGC meets at least once per month, usually during a lunchtime or evening. We typically run 2 -4 events a year which may require at most a day long commitment. In addition, NGC will compensate its members for anytime spent outside of those windows planning and coordinating any events.
Who can join NGC?
Anyone! There are no requirements to join NGC!
High School Visits
We are currently seeking enthusiastic students to go out into the high school community and promote the nursing profession! Year Ones are most welcome! For more information email Mackenzie.
Men in Nursing Panel
We are planning a men in nursing panel in the upcoming months. We are looking for organizers, graphic designers, promoters and general volunteers. For more information email Mackenzie.