Serve on the Minnesota Board of Nursing

The Minnesota Legislature established the Board of Nursing in 1907 to protect the public’s health and welfare by overseeing and assuring the safe practice of nursing in Minnesota. The Board holds nurses accountable for conduct based on legal, ethical, and professional standards. The Board of Nursing’s mission is to protect the public’s health and safety through the regulation of nursing education, licensure and practice.

Current opening on the Minnesota Board of Nursing – RN member (1 position available)

Required Credentials

A registered nurse (RN) must be a resident of Minnesota, have graduated from an approved school of nursing, be licensed and currently registered as an RN in Minnesota, have had at least five years’ experience in nursing practice or nursing administration immediately preceding appointment, and be actively engaged in the practice of nursing at the time of appointment.

If you’d like more information or to apply, contact MNA Political Organizer Cameron Fure at or 651.252.5028 (call/text).