Flashcards in HOSA Related Deck (57):
President of HOSA
Postsecondary/Collegiate Vice President
Region I Vice President
Mart Joshua Lopez
Region II Vice President
Region III Vice President
Secondary Board Representative
Postsecondary/Collegiate Board Representative
Tania Munoz Saldana
Deputy Executive Director
Jen Girvin and Jeff Koeninger
Director of Finance
Dennis Van Peeren
Director of Technology
Assistant Manager Competitive Events
Immediate Past Chairman
HOSA State Advisor Region I
HOSA State Advisor Region II
HOSA State Advisor Region III
HOSA Local Advisor Region I
HOSA Local Advisor Region II
HOSA Local Advisor Region III
HSE Supervisor/Teacher Educator Representative
Health Care Industry Representative
Samuel Schaffzin, MPA
HOSA Alumni Director-at-Large
HOSA Emblem: Circle
The circle represents the continuity of health care.
HOSA Emblem: Triangle
The triangle represents social, physical, and mental well-being.
HOSA Emblem: Hands
The hands signify the caring of each HOSA member.
HOSA Emblem: Maroon
Background of outer circle.
HOSA Emblem: Medical White
Letters of circle. Hands, figure, HOSA in triangle. Area around triangle.
HOSA Emblem: Navy Blue
Triangle. Founded in 1976.
Navy Blue, Medical White, Maroon
HOSA COLORS: Navy Blue
Loyalty to the Healthcare Profession
HOSA COLORS: Medical White
Purity of Purpose
HOSA COLORS: Maroon
Compassion of HOSA Members
The Hands of HOSA Mold the Health of Tomorrow
Health Science and HOSA: A Healthy Partnership
HOSA- A Student-Led Association of future Health Professionals
GA HOSA Regions
Your GA HOSA Region
HOSA Charter States
New Jersey, Alabama, North Carolina, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas
When was HOSA founded?
How many chartered states does HOSA have?
I believe in the Health Care Profession
I believe in the profession for which I am being trained; and in the opportunities that my training offers.
I believe in education.
I believe that through education I will be able to make the greatest use of my skills, knowledge, and experience in order to become a contributing member of the health care team and my community.
I believe in myself.
I believe that by using knowledge and skills of my profession I will become more aware of myself. Through fulfilling these goals, I will become a more responsible citizen.
I believe that each individual is important in his or her own right; therefore, I will treat each person with respect and love.
To this end, I dedicate my training, my skills, and myself to serve others through Health Occupations Students of America.
HOSA Handbook: Section A
contains general information about the organization (Part 1) and its history (Part 2)
HOSA Handbook: Section B
information and guidelines for competitive events
HOSA Handbook: Section C
introduction to HOSA (Part 1), organizing a HOSA chapter (Part 2), and managing HOSA chapter activities (Part 3)
Where was HOSA officially organized?
Constitutional Convention in Arlington, Texas
first HOSA president
Lynne McGee of North Carolina
first National HOSA Conference
Spring 1978 in Oklahoma City, OK
Organization level of national HOSA from highest to lowest
Associate, Professional, Postsecondary, Secondary, Collegiate, Alumni, Honorary
Location of National HOSA Headquarters
Flower Mound, Texas