As a nursing student, you undoubtedly have many questions about your future profession. What’s it like working in a healthcare facility? What will my daily routine be like? How does the CNL role differ from other certified nursing roles? After graduation, what steps do I take to get certified as a CNL?

These are all legitimate questions and can be answered by a CNLA mentor. More importantly, a CNLA mentor can be your personal source of information about becoming a CNL. In addition, he or she can be a valuable resource to you as you prepare to enter the job market.

CNLA believes that mentoring is a valuable experience for nursing students. If you would like to obtain a mentor through CNLA, contact us mentors@cnlassociation.org and we’ll connect you with a CNLA mentor in your area.