• Future Health Professionals -- HOSA

    Welcome to our webpage! Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) is a Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO). CTSOs give students an opportunity to showcase the skills they learn in their career and technical education classes. 

    CTSOs strengthen the real-world experiences of our students by allowing them to showcase their skills and learn to be productive citizens. 

     

     

    CTHS HOSA Officers,  Congratulations to the new officers
     
    2018-2019 President..................
    Vice President............................
     
     Secretary....................
     
             Historian.................... 
     
    Treasurer....................
     
    CTHS HOSA Advisors
    Mrs. Gloria Clow
    Ms. Mandy Grinell



     

    2019 National HOSA conference will be in Orlando, Florida
     

     

     
     
     
     
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     Health Fair
     
    The students had a wonderful time at Mat-Su Regional Medical Medical Center for the annual fall health fair. They got the opportunity to share what HOSA was all about with women and families of our community.
     
     
    HOSA
     
     
    Students coordinated school activities for red ribbon week, encouraging a healthy, drug-free lifestyle. A healthy me is drug-free!
     
     
     
     
    Interested in testing your health science skills against other students at the state or National level?
     
     
    Competitive event categories for this year include Health science, Health Professions, Emergency Preparedness, Leadership, and Teamwork. For specific events click here. For more information about HOSA competitions see HOSA's competitive events resource page.
     
     


     

           

    Please visit the National HOSA website for fantastic information about the organization.
     
    CTHS would like to thank the Mat-Su Health Foundation for generously supporting the CTHS HOSA program this year. Link to Mat-Su Health Foundation MSHF
     
Last Modified on September 6, 2018