Congratulations on your decision to join more than NPs in the U.S. in promoting excellence in health care. Now, what’s next?
Find the resources you need to help you become a future health care leader! No matter if you’re just beginning your education or are about to launch your career, Student Resources from AANP can be your guide as you navigate finding an NP program, achieve certification, apply for grants and scholarships or simply become a lifelong learner dedicated to the health and wellness of your patients.
Plus, there’s no need to wait to become an AANP member! As a Student Member or Post Master’s Student Member, you’ll support the NP role and gain a comprehensive collection of resources created specifically for you—from NPs who have been in your shoes.
“I encourage my students to join AANP because it's a means to network and to learn from each other, which is so important.”
—Arlene W., DNP, ARNP, FNP-BC
Florida (South) AANP State Representative
Member since 2000
There are hundreds of NP programs. Search by state or specialty to find an accredited program that meets your professional, and personal, interests.
AANP is honored to recognize and support outstanding NPs and NP students throughout their education and career. Learn more about eligibility and application requirements to see how you can thrive with these funding opportunities.
Presented through a collaboration between the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF) and AANP, the Preceptor Expectation Checklist and the Faculty Expectation Checklist offer evidence-based suggestions on preceptorship for AANP members.
Showcase your commitment to upholding high standards of care by obtaining NP certification. Find a certification program that fits your interests and specialty.
Begin your NP career on the right path. From career help at the JobCenter to connecting with the NP community, here is the information you need to meet your potential.
Find evidence-based articles, up-to-date guidelines and other resources at this resource center, brought to you by the Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (JAANP).