Celebrate Accomplishments with ARN's Awards and Scholarships
ARN offers several opportunities to acknowledge the exemplary work and service of rehabilitation nurses. From awards to scholarships to credentials, there are many ways to recognize your peers and yourself!
Award your peers with one of our ARN Member Awards
Exceptional rehabilitation nurses deserve recognition for their contributions to rehabilitation nursing. Supervisors, colleagues, or family members can submit nominations. Some awards allow the opportunity for ARN members to nominate themselves. Read through the opportunities for awards that range from educational instructors to organizations advancing the rehabilitation practice.
Receive financial support for your educational journey with an ARN Scholarship
Receive financial support for your Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Nursing, and attend ARN's Rehabilitation Nursing Conference with ARN's scholarship opportunities.
Celebrate your hallmark of professional esteem with an ARN fellowship
Nurses who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in rehabilitation nursing and have provided notable contributions, service, and commitment to the specialty and the association can apply to be a Fellow of ARN (FARN) —the most distinguished level of membership and a public hallmark of professional esteem.
Nominate a fellow ARN member for the Member Spotlight
Honor another member for noteworthy successes by nominating them for a Member Spotlight. The Member Spotlight runs in the ARN Pulse Newsletter and social media.
Board of Directors Awards
The ARN Board of Directors offers two awards through their internal nomination process.
ARN Distinguished Service Award
Selected by the ARN Board of Directors and ARN's Past Presidents, this award recognizes an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to rehabilitation nursing and to the organization.
The ARN President’s Award recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of rehabilitation nursing and to ARN. The recipient is selected by the President.