HOSA-Future Health Professionals
What is HOSA?
HOSA: Future Health Professionals 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. HOSA leads students towards careers in: nursing, dental assistant, EMT, pharmacy tech, physical therapy assistant, and many more.
The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community.
HOSA Important Information
- Idaho HOSA Calendar 2018-2019
- Event List 2019
- Sample HOSA Member Handbook (used with permission from Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School)
- Check out how you can support HOSA
- Spot Light Your “HOSA Hero” – have them recognized during the 2019 State Leadership Conference – due January 2, 2019
Due Postmarked February 15th:
- HOSA State Officer Application
- HOSA Scholarship Application
HOSA SLC Registration OPEN February 1-March 1st
- Sample HOSA State Leadership Conference Agenda
- HOSA Registration Packet SLC
- Riverside Hotel Information Sheet
- Riverside Credit Card Authorization Form
- 2018 Riverside Hotel Reservation Form
- ST 101 form
- ST-104 form
2018-19 State Officers
Levi Zanders – President
Levi Zanders is your 2018-2019 Idaho HOSA president. Levi attends Meridian Medical Arts Charter High School as a Senior this year. His favorite activities include hiking, fishing, and hunting. He has been a HOSA member since his freshman year and is excited to serve as the State President this year.
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Q. Adams
Hisham is thrilled to serve as your Idaho HOSA Vice President of Region IV and Secretary. Hisham, the son of an Algerian immigrant and an Idahoan mother, has always valued compassion, an open mind, and diversity. He is a State Certified CNA and was previously an intern for the Alzheimer’s Association. Throughout high school he has done sports such as Football and Track and Field, been in theatrical productions, and participated in other clubs such as BPA. He enters his senior year working towards his high school Diploma and his Associates in Health Sciences from the College of Southern Idaho. He hopes to go on to either University of Washington or University of Texas. And eventually he hopes to combine his passions, helping and healing others, and traveling. He is unbelievably grateful and excited to work with new people, volunteer for any help needed, and serve as your State Officer!
Hey everyone! I’m Allie Kurtin and I am excited to be serving as your Vice President of Regions 5 &6! I love music, playing sports, being involved in school, being a lifeguard, and participating in HOSA. I am looking forward to meeting and helping HOSA members this year!
2018-19 Upcoming Conferences
|September 16-17, 2018||BASICfirstname.lastname@example.org||Pocatello|
|September 23-24, 2018||BASICemail@example.com||Twin Falls|
|September 30 – October 1, 2018||BASICfirstname.lastname@example.org||Boise|
|October 14-15, 2018||BASICemail@example.com||Lewiston|
|January 30th, 2019||Student Day at the Legislature||Crystal Ballroom – Boise, ID|
|April 10th – 12th, 2019||State Conference||Boise, ID|
|June 11th – 14th, 2019||Joint Student Leadership (JSL)||Cascade, ID|
|June 19th – 22nd, 2019||National Conference||Orlando, FL|
|August 5th – 8th, 2019||CTE Summer Conference REACH||The Riverside Hotel – Boise, ID|