HOSA – Future Health Professionals

Mikel McCormick from New Brighton & Mya Conveso from Western Beaver are pictured first. Not only do they go to HOSA Nationals to compete, but they also have managed to add to their credentials, The American College of Surgeons Stop the Bleed’ Certification. The second picture is of Shyra Goe from New Brighton School & Haley Thomas from Hopewell presenting “We Love Someone with a Broken Heart”. It’s a presentation regarding cardiac care Shyra’s twin sister and Haley’s cousin experienced in their lives.

HOSA assists members to:

  • Develop effective leadership qualities and skills
  • Build self-confidence, motivation and enthusiasm
  • Strengthen their academic and technical skills
  • Create friendships and social networks
  • Participate in community service activities
  • Set realistic career and educational goals
  • Expand communication and teamwork skills
  • Develop workplace readiness skills
  • Understand current healthcare issues

HOSA members have opportunities to:

  • Celebrate competitive events program accomplishments 
  • Apply for HOSA scholarships and recognitions
  • Travel to regional, state, and national conferences
  • Serve as local, regional, state, and national officers
  • Build their resume
  • Collaborate with health professionals and future employers
  • Seek internships in the Office of the Surgeon General and others