SNA OF SC~~SPRING 2015 NEWSLETTER
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Welcome to the South Carolina SNA
On behalf of the SNA of SC Scholarship Committee, the following update is provided to members who wish to take the SNA Credentialing Exam.
- Use the attached application form to apply for a scholarship to cover costs to take the SNA Credential Exam.
- The length of SNA/SNA of SC membership has been waived for members submitting a scholarship application to take the SNA Credentialing Exam.
- The Credentialing Exam scholarship will cover the exam fee and the cost for the SNS Study Guide & School Food and Nutrition Service Management Bundle.
- Please read the application form and complete in its entirety if you are interested in applying. The Exam Eligibility Requirements are included for your convenience. Please review before completing the scholarship application to be sure you meet the eligibility requirements to take the exam.
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SNA of SC encourages its members to apply for the scholarship and other SNA scholarships. This is one of your many benefits of being a member of this great association.
Wanda Knight, SNS, Chair Leon Williams, Co-Chair Diane D. Gillie, Co-Chair
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All scholarship forms are due by May 1, 2015
VISION: The vision of the School Nutrition Association of South Carolina, the voice of child nutrition, is that all children in South Carolina have access to healthy meals and nutrition education; therefore, enhancing their physical and mental well-being for a lifetime.
MISSION: Members of the School Nutrition Association of South Carolina (SNA of SC) are the primary advocates for quality school nutrition programs in the State. While working towards goals to insure children have access to nutritious meals during the course of the school day, the Association also serves the membership by providing the following services: Training/ education, most current information, professional standards, networking opportunities, scholarships.
In addition, the Association reaches beyond the school-age child to benefit parents, teachers, administrators and the general public.