Program Of Work
September 14th (Monday) - Concession
September 19th () - Concession ( )
September 20 () - SHS Homecoming Parade (meet at SHS at )
September 27th () - CornFest Parade (Time TBA)
( ) - Concession
( ) - Six Flags ( )
( ) - Fall Leadership
- HOSA Week
( ) - Blood Drive
(Monday) - Concession
Canned Food Drive (Class Competition) - TBA
Adopt a Family - TBA
- HOSA Regional Invitation at Seneca
Valentine's Day at the Long-Term Care Facility
- Blood Drive
- Spring Leadership Conference
Neurofibromatosis Walk - TBA
What is HOSA and the History of HOSA
HOSA is a national student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA's goal is to encourage all health science instructors and students to join and be actively involved in the HSE-HOSA Partnership.
HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition exclusively for secondary, postsecondary, adult, and collegiate students enrolled in health science education and biomedical science programs or have interests in pursuing careers in health professions. HOSA is 100% health care!
Since its inception in 1976, HOSA has grown steadily reaching over 165,000 members through 48 chartered HOSA State Associations, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Italy and approximately 3,600 secondary and postsecondary/collegiate chapters in 2013-2014.
HOSA is not a club to which a few students in school join. Rather, HOSA is a powerful instructional tool that works best when it is integrated into the HSE and health science related curriculum and classroom. HSE instructors are committed to the development of the total person. Those who join the HSE-HOSA Partnership recognize the importance of providing students with training far beyond the basic technical skills needed for entry into the health care field. The rapidly changing health care system needs dedicated workers who, in addition to their technical skills, are people-oriented and capable of playing a leadership or followership role as a member of a health care team.
HOSA's mission is especially critical when considering the acute shortage of qualified workers for the health care industry. It is essential that the HSE-HOSA Partnership maintain its momentum and encourage all HSE instructors to integrate HOSA into their curriculum and classrooms.