Degrees and Certifications:
HOSA is open to any student in NCHS that has an interest in health care and the medical field. Students have an opportunity to volunteer, compete in a variety of healthcare events, learn leadership skills, improve communication skills and fellowship with other like-minded students.
What is HOSA?
A powerful curricular program of student-led activities designed to develop future leaders for the health care system. HOSA participation provides opportunities for students to develop effective leadership qualities and skills; enhance communication skills; build self-esteem through individual and group achievement; network with health-care professionals and peers who have similar goals and access student scholarship opportunities.
To enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health occupations, educating students, and therefore helping the students to meet the needs of the healthcare community.
The HOSA Emblem
The circle represents the continuity of health care; the triangle represents the three aspects of human well-being: social, physical and mental; and the hands signify the caring of each HOSA member. The HOSA colors are navy blue representing loyalty to the healthcare profession, medical white indicating the purity of purpose, and maroon demonstrating the compassion of HOSA members.
Why should you join HOSA?
HOSA establishes a foundation of professional healthcare knowledge through competitive events and helps members develop social skills that are required for various health care occupations. HOSA also gives students the opportunity to contribute to their community through service projects. Students also have the opportunity to qualify for a letter jacket and HOSA patch.
January 24th- Behavioral Health Guest Speaker - Chelsey Gutierreazat at 3:00pm in the mini auditorium
January 25th-Tallo upload deadline https://hosa.org/competitive-events-and-tallo/
February 10-11- Area competition in Tomball
March 14- Spring Social- Board Game Night, where members can bring their own games,
snacks, and drinks.
Shannon Brown, NRP