WHAT IS A RESOLUTION?
A resolution is a written statement that, if passed/adopted by the House of Delegates, forms the basis for the policies and actions of the Student Nurses’ Association of Pennsylvania (SNAP).
WHY WRITE A RESOLUTION?
Writing a resolution is a concrete way to express your concern or passion about an issue that you feel is important to the SNAP membership, the nursing profession, or the health needs of the public.
WHO CAN WRITE A RESOLUTION?
Any student, group of students, or organization can author and submit a resolution to SNAP. Only one resolution per chapter will be accepted each year.
The Student Nurses’ Association of Pennsylvania invites chapters to submit resolutions to be considered by the SNAP House of Delegates at the Annual Convention. This year’s convention is being held at the Hilton Harrisburg, November 17 – 29, 2021. The House of Delegates will meet on Thursday and Friday.
Following is last year’s SNAP Resolutions Handbook and also the Resolutions Template, which will be updated for the 2022 House of Delegates. But this should help you understand the process:
Proposed resolutions must be submitted on the JotForm link by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 15.