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Delaware HOSA students place at national conference

Department of Education | News | Date Posted: Tuesday, July 3, 2018



More than 100 students and advisers from across the State of Delaware joined nearly 10,000 other members the 41st annual HOSA-Future Health Professionals International Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas. Delaware students represented the First State in competitive events, including: medical math, epidemiology, physical therapy, forensic medicine, dental science, medical assisting, biomedical laboratory science, and more.

Delaware HOSA is a career and technical student organization dedicated to students who are interested in pursuing their future in a career in healthcare. Through HOSA-Future Health Professionals, members have the opportunity to participate in career-focused competitive events, take part in community service work, and become leaders for the organization in their school, state, and at the international level.  HOSA-Future Health Professionals incorporates curricular and co-curricular experiences to emphasize the importance of knowledge, leadership, skill development, and teamwork.

The following students were recognized in the Top 10 in their competitive event:

Competitive Event School Student   
Biomedical Laboratory Science Newark Charter School Olivia Duke  
Community Awareness Appoquinimink High School Steckline and Higgins Silver
Dental Science POLYTECH High School Yasmine Awayes  
Forensic Medicine Newark Charter School Ghosh and Duca  
Physical Therapy Sussex Technical High School Tia Persolio Bronze
Prepared Speaking Sussex Central Hannah Marlea Pistoia Gold
Public Service Announcement Conrad Schools of Science Friedland, Paproth, Zwack, Hockenbrock, and Edleson  
MRC Volunteer Recognition Conrad Schools of Science Halter, Perugini, Spitelle, Gleason, Efe  
National Service Project-NAMI Conrad Schools of Science Ashlee Maney  

 

To learn more about Delaware HOSA, please contact Peg Enslen by phone at: (302) 857-3339 or by email at peggy.enslen@doe.k12.de.us. A list of all national finalists can be found online at: http://ilc.hosa.org/sites/default/files/2018%20Secondary%20Event%20Rankings.pdf.

 

Media Contact: Alison May, alison.may@doe.k12.de.us, 302-735-4006

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Delaware HOSA students place at national conference

Department of Education | News | Date Posted: Tuesday, July 3, 2018



More than 100 students and advisers from across the State of Delaware joined nearly 10,000 other members the 41st annual HOSA-Future Health Professionals International Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas. Delaware students represented the First State in competitive events, including: medical math, epidemiology, physical therapy, forensic medicine, dental science, medical assisting, biomedical laboratory science, and more.

Delaware HOSA is a career and technical student organization dedicated to students who are interested in pursuing their future in a career in healthcare. Through HOSA-Future Health Professionals, members have the opportunity to participate in career-focused competitive events, take part in community service work, and become leaders for the organization in their school, state, and at the international level.  HOSA-Future Health Professionals incorporates curricular and co-curricular experiences to emphasize the importance of knowledge, leadership, skill development, and teamwork.

The following students were recognized in the Top 10 in their competitive event:

Competitive Event School Student   
Biomedical Laboratory Science Newark Charter School Olivia Duke  
Community Awareness Appoquinimink High School Steckline and Higgins Silver
Dental Science POLYTECH High School Yasmine Awayes  
Forensic Medicine Newark Charter School Ghosh and Duca  
Physical Therapy Sussex Technical High School Tia Persolio Bronze
Prepared Speaking Sussex Central Hannah Marlea Pistoia Gold
Public Service Announcement Conrad Schools of Science Friedland, Paproth, Zwack, Hockenbrock, and Edleson  
MRC Volunteer Recognition Conrad Schools of Science Halter, Perugini, Spitelle, Gleason, Efe  
National Service Project-NAMI Conrad Schools of Science Ashlee Maney  

 

To learn more about Delaware HOSA, please contact Peg Enslen by phone at: (302) 857-3339 or by email at peggy.enslen@doe.k12.de.us. A list of all national finalists can be found online at: http://ilc.hosa.org/sites/default/files/2018%20Secondary%20Event%20Rankings.pdf.

 

Media Contact: Alison May, alison.may@doe.k12.de.us, 302-735-4006

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