Exposure to strategic project and workforce preparation for nursing excellence throughout organizational American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet journeys has been observed as positively impacting the escort nurse's personal goal setting and achievement beyond the site visit. This article describes a project undertaken to capture the characteristics of staff nurses serving as Magnet escorts for hospital site visits. The positive relationship of that experience on goal setting and future workplace volunteerism for projects is presented. An association with nurse confidence through perceived self-efficacy is explored. The results have significance for leader and staff involvement in nursing projects and strategic goal achievement.