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2017-2018 Medical Reading Books

HOSA-Future Health Professionals is pleased to announce the 2017-2018 Medical Reading books for the Middle School Division and Secondary and Postsecondary/Collegiate Divisions.

Flyer for Medical Reading Books

 

 

HOSA Meets with White House Officials

On June 1, the National Coordinating Council of the Career and Technical Student Organizations (NCC-CTSOs) was invited to a listening session with Secretary Betsy DeVos.  The meeting was organized by the Office of Public Liaison which is led by Director George Sifakis, Assistant to the President, who welcomed the CTSO delegations consisting of a national student officer, an industry employer, and the organization's executive director. 

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2017-2018 National Officer Applicants

To meet the 2017-2018 HOSA National Officer Applicants click the link below. Each applicant has submitted an introductory video and a resume. At the 2017 ILC each applicant will seek to become a candidate by passing the National Officer Candidate Exam and completing the interview process with the Nominating Committee. We wish all of the applicants good luck.
Meet the Applicants

HOSA Members Named U.S. Presidential Scholars

The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program was established in 1964, by executive order of the President, to recognize and honor some of our nation's most distinguished graduating high school seniors. In 1979, the program was extended to recognize students who demonstrate exceptional talent in the visual, creative and performing arts. In 2015, the program was again extended to recognize students who demonstrate ability and accomplishment in career and technical education fields.

2017 Spring eMagazine

HOSA is pleased to present the 2017 Spring edition of the HOSA e-Magazine. We are grateful to the National Executive Council, States and Chapters for contributing to a great e-Magazine. Please take a moment and read all of the informative articles.

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Medicine in the Media

You no doubt have a reason for joining HOSA and entering the world of health. We all do. For many, an experience from the past makes such an impression on them that they decide to commit their lives to healthcare. Others (including yours truly) initially discover health careers based on their academic skills & interests. As students become interested in these careers and begin to lay the groundwork for their health education, they learn more about what it means to be a health professional.

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Taking your Competition to the Next Level

Last week I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the Oklahoma HOSA State Leadership Conference. It was the first time I’ve been able to attend my home state’s SLC since 2013, so it was wonderful to reconnect with past state officers and see HOSA competition at the state level.

2017 Preparedness Summit

Atlanta Marriott Marquis
Wednesday, April 26

HOSA-Future Health Professionals, represented by Candy Leopold, Minnesota State Advisor and MRC Coordinator, served as a panelist at the MRC Town Hall Session during the 2017 Preparedness Summit in Atlanta, Georgia.  The focus of the Summit is to explore the factors driving change in our world, analyze how they will impact the future of public health preparedness, and identify opportunities we have today to drive action toward meeting our future needs.

HOSA Announces 2017 Public Health Leadership Scholars

HOSA-Future Health Professionals is pleased to announce the 2017 Public Health Leadership Scholar participants.  The week-long seminar is hosted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) with support from the Office of the U.S. Surgeon General (OSG) and the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps (USPHS). 
The following HOSA members, alumni, and advisors will attend in the Public Health Leadership Scholars program,
July 17-21 in Washington, D.C.

HOSA Members Rank in STEM Premier Top 100

Southlake, TX--On April 12, STEM Premier released the annual national ranking of the top 100 STEM high school students.  The list is comprised of high-achieving juniors and seniors from across the country with STEM Premier profiles that were rated and ranked the highest based on over 30 profile metrics including achievements, experiences, and more.  The final selection includes Presidential Service Award Winners, National Merit Scholars, Girl Scouts, and members of associations such as HOSA-Future Health Professionals, and more.

Oklahoma HOSA honors Capt. Mike Brode

Every year Oklahoma HOSA recognizes individuals who have given their time and talents to the members and our conferences.  This year Oklahoma presented the 2017 Oklahoma HOSA Honorary Member to Capt. Mike Brode.    
 
Mike joined his local HOSA chapter at the Academy for Technology and Academics in Conway, SC in August 2006 when he started the school's pre-med program as a junior.  In 2007, Mike was thrilled to represent South Carolina at the National Leadership Conference in Orlando where he also competed in the EMT competition. 
 

Favorite Classroom Activity

HOSA partner, ANATOMY IN CLAY®, invites local chapters to submit their favorite classroom activity using Anatomy in Clay Learning Systems and Models. Chapters who submit an entry could win a Sports Medicine Model package for the classroom (valued at $1,015) and a $100 Amazon gift card.  The winning activity will be announced at the 2017 International Leadership Conference in Orlando, FL.  

Delaware HOSA recognized by University of Delaware

FUTURE HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Article by Dante LaPenta Video by Ashley Barnas April 04, 2017

High school students from across Delaware compete in health conference on STAR Campus

Watch the video.

¿Hablas español?

HOSA's partner, CVS Health has just announced an exciting opportunity for pharmacy school students--CVS's first-ever Spanish Immersion Internship Program.  The 2017 Spanish Immersion Internship provides the CVS and non-CVS intern the opportunity to participate in the care of patients with a variety of acute and chronic conditions, focusing on the Hispanic community and utilizing the Spanish language.
 
Required Qualifications:
  • Spanish Fluency basic to moderate
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Interview with a Scientist: Pam Osborn Popp

Up until now, this blog has mostly focused on my journey to becoming a physician. I know, however, that the world of health (and thus the interests of HOSA members) reaches far beyond patient care. To that end, I’m excited to begin branching out and interviewing extraordinary people who are impacting health and medicine through work in many different fields. I couldn’t think of a better person with which to begin this series.

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Advice on Choosing a Career Path

Of all the topics about which I’ve written so far, none has been as dreaded as this. Students in middle and high school receive countless opinions on how they should decide what they want to do “when they grow up.” The stress of choosing a career path is substantial and many times overwhelming. I, too, have an opinion, and so I will share it with you today.

Delaware HOSA Hosts Rare Disease Day Event

Updated (3/7/2017)

Nemours Hosts 3rd Annual Rare Disease Day

Global Dental Relief Scholarship

Join Global Dental Relief on a trip!
 
Pre-dental and pre-dental hygiene scholarship presented by Cranberry
 
Global Dental Relief is proud to offer a new scholarship starting in 2017! 
 
Cranberry Scholarship Program -- $1000 each for five lucky students to attend a Global Dental Relief trip and experience dentistry firsthand.
 

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