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Our annual convention attracts many nursing students, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. As one of the biggest nursing student conventions in the country, it is a great event for exposure as well as recruitment for future nurses. The exhibitor hall is a primary attraction at convention, with over 40 different exhibitors showcasing different aspects of nursing. 

Five Top Reasons to Exhibit at the NJNS Convention

  1. New Jersey Nursing Students, Inc. (NJNS), the state constituent of the National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA), represents over 1,500 pre-licensure nursing students in associate degree, baccalaureate, diploma, and masters-entry nursing programs and communicates with the 47 NJ nursing schools.

  2. Over 1,000 nursing students attend convention and seek:

    • ​future employment as RNs, internships, and residencies;

    • uniforms, shoes, and nursing products;

    • books and exam review products;

    • academic progression, RN to BSN/MSN and higher degrees;

    • learning tools such as apps and electronic media.

  3. The exhibit hall is scheduled to allow maximum attendance time by attendees.

  4. Exhibitors build brand recognition and attract future employees, students and customers!

  5. NJNS attendees will inspire and give hope for the future of nursing!


NJNS is also accepting applications for advertisements in our program book!

Choose between several options, including: 

Back Cover Page

Inside Back Cover Page

Inside Front Cover Page

Full Page

Half Page

Quarter Page  

Business Card


For sponsors, NJNS will provide complimentary publicity and recognition in the convention program, on our website, and in our post-convention newsletter, the Pulsebeat, which is sent to all New Jersey nursing students statewide.

The exhibitor fee is waived for sponsorships of $5,000 or more!

If you are an exhibitor and a sponsor, your exhibit booth will be in a prime location.  

Donations received by February 1, 2020 are guaranteed recognition in the convention program.

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