HOW TO APPLY
Applications for 2022-2023 NAM Nurse Scholar-in-Residence must be submitted electronically to the American Academy of Nursing via the online form. To complete and submit an online application, the applicant must submit the following information:
- A cover letter not to exceed two pages which should include the following:
- Information that complements the CV about the applicant’s interdisciplinary experiences, policy interests, and ability to complete the project.
- A statement of proposed full-time commitment to the program.
- Current Curriculum Vitae (CV) or Résumé not to exceed ten pages.
- A proposal (no more than five pages) describing how the applicant’s expertise and background dovetails with NAM initiatives, as well as Academy, ANA, or Foundation priorities.
- Letters of recommendation from two individuals who can comment on the applicant's previous achievements, interdisciplinary and policy experiences, and potential for future contributions to improving health equity.
Applications are due on February 4, 2022. Selected candidates will be invited for an interview in early 2022. The final selection will be announced Spring 2022. The start of the one-year program will begin September 1, 2022 and run through August 31, 2023.
A review committee comprised of representatives from NAM and the three funding organizations (Academy, ANA, the Foundation) will review all applications. Top candidates will be invited for an in-person interview. Decisions will be based on application criteria, references, and the in-person interview.
Questions can be directed to Christine Murphy, Senior Director of Policy, at cmurphy@AANnet.org or Justin Cowling, Outreach and Inclusion Coordinator, at jcowling@AANnet.org.