2019 Fall Leadership Conference (FLC)
The Fall Leadership Conference is the perfect event for HOSA members to kick off their school year. Led by your own Delaware HOSA state officers, this conference is great for those members willing to immerse themselves in workshops, and activities to become better HOSA leaders for themselves and their chapter. HOSA members will be meeting students from many other schools and engaging in activities that will allow them to get a better understanding of their team. Please join the state officers Victoria, Ashley, Ruhi, Shrey, Ameed and members across the state for the Fall Leadership Conference taking place at the Del-Tech Terry Campus on Tuesday, October 8th and Wednesday, October 9th. Every student must bring their HOSA HYPE! We can’t wait to meet all of you!
2018 Fall Leadership Conference (FLC)
CTSO Leadership Conference – November 29 and 30 – Delaware Technical Community College – Terry Campus (Dover)
The Delaware Career and Technical Student Organizations of BPA, DECA, Educators Rising, FCCLA, HOSA, SkillsUSA, and TSA are excited to announce registration for the Fall Leadership Conference (FLC) is open. The conference will be held at Delaware Technical Community College on November 29 (High School) and November 30 (Middle School). Students will gain skills in leadership through a series of engaging workshops, with this year’s focus being on teamwork. State Officers from each student organization will facilitate a professional development workshop related to their respective organization. Dress code is a collared or button-down shirt, dress pants, and closed-toe shoes. The annual all CTSO service project is Toys for Tots. Guidance for toy donation: new un-wrapped toys ($10 or above price range) and/or children’s books; Age range 0-12 years old OR donate check made payable to: Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. Toys not accepted for donation include: used toys; toys related to weapons; toys with candy inside; toys with chemicals (i.e., experimental labs, acid, crystal projects, etc.).
Important Planning and Registration Details:
- Comprehensive Schools: Comprehensive middle schools and high schools may send up to eight (8) students per each CTSO local chapter (BPA, HOSA, TSA, SkillsUSA, etc.)
- Vocational Technical High Schools: Vo-Tech schools may send up to two (2) students per each CTE program content area (business, carpentry, electrical, nurse assisting, welding, etc.) *Note: Vocational technical teachers/programs will need to coordinate your registration of two (2) students per each CTE program content area with your student activities coordinator who will complete the registration of your two students on your behalf.
- Annual Fall Service Project: The ALL CTSO service project for the FLC will be Toys For Tots
- Payment by Credit Card is preferred. Registration fees are $35.00 per participant. All conference fees must be paid prior to attendance
- Registrations and Changes: Registration and changes made between November 2-9 will incur a $5.00 late fee
To Register: https://www.registermychapter.com/flc/de/Main.asp
Pay by Credit Card: https://www.velocitypayment.com/client/delaware/education/index.htm
Rare Disease Day 2019
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Eleventh Annual Washington Leadership Academy September 17 – 20, 2016
Delaware HOSA-Future Health Professionals state officers attended the Washington Leadership Academy to learn and develop leadership skills from national, state officers, and guest speakers from around the country.
2016 Rare Disease Day
Congratulations to the following schools (in alphabetical order) who placed in the Top 3 for this competitive event. They have all been invited to attend the final day of our State Conference where the winner will be announced.
Conrad School of Sciences
Delcastle High School
Hodgson Vo-Tech HS
Middle School Conference
Central Middle School Chapter of Delaware HOSA, Future Health Professionals hosted the second annual middle school conference on March 10th. The CMS HOSA students competed in Health Career Display, Health Education, and Medical Terminology events. We are very excited that, new this year, all of the winners qualify to participate in the International HOSA competition in Nashville, TN in June 2016. This is the first year National HOSA is including Middle School in the ILC.
Applebee’s Pancake Breakfast
The DE HOSA State Officers participated in the second annual Applebee’s Pancake Breakfast on April 12, 2014. Over seventy people attended the breakfast to support DE HOSA future health professionals! Breakfast included pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, coffee, and juice. Thank you to those who came out to support the student organization and for showing some HOSA Spirit!
DE HOSA Origami Owl Fundraiser
DE HOSA hosted another Origami Owl Fundraiser as part of the 2014 State Leadership Conference. Thank you for helping raise funds to support the career and technical student organization HOSA– Future Health Professionals! 15% of all sales went towards Delaware HOSA!
2014 HOSA State Leadership Conference
The 2014 HOSA State Leadership Conference took place in March 2014. The conference was held over the course of six days at the Delaware State Fire School and the last day at Delaware State University. For more details please view the Competitive Events Schedule. Three new events were added this year; Medical Photography, Medical Reading, and Dental Terminology. Also new this year was the HOSA Spirit Award which was presented to St. Georges Technical High School that showed the most HOSA spirit through fundraising, HOSA events, and community service.
3/18/2014 Round One State Leadership Conference TOP EIGHT RESULTS
3/19/2014 Round One State Leadership Conference TOP EIGHT RESULTS
- Dental Science
- Medical Assisting
- Nursing Assisting
- 3-19-14 WRITTEN TEST SCORES
- 3-20-14 WRITTEN TEST SCORES
Happy Valentine’s Day from Conrad Schools of Science
HOSA members at Conrad Schools of Science in Wilmington, DE celebrated the love holiday by hosting a fundraiser to support the health science student organization. Fuzzy teddy bears holding cut out hearts were sold throughout the school to promote HOSA while incorporating the sweet holiday theme.
Delaware CAN- Sussex Tech
Sussex Technical High School did a school wide event where students, staff, and administrators contributed boxes, cans and food products for the Delaware CAN competition. The event was a month long exhibition and altogether they raised over 700 in just cans alone. All food donations were contributed to the Delaware Food Bank.
2013 Fall Leadership Conference
Delaware HOSA State Officers and HOSA members attended the 2013 Fall Leadership Conference on November 18, 2013. HOSA members joined FCCLA and TSA students to build leadership skills while having fun at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington for the day.
2013 Washington Leadership Academy
Delaware HOSA State Officers had a tremendous opportunity to attend the Washington Leadership Academy (WLA) in Washington, D.C. on September 21st -24th. The officers learned more about “Thy Self,” “Thy Nation,” and “Thy Industry.” With these newly acquired skills, the officers visited the offices of Senator Carper, Congressman Carney, and Senator Coons to advocate for Career and Technical Education (CTE) and Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) such as HOSA-Future Health Professionals. Read more about the HOSA State Officers…
Newark Charter HOSA Attends AMSUS Conference
Delaware HOSA and Newark Charter School partnered to attend the AMSUS Conference at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center at the National Harbor on Tuesday, November 28, 2017. HOSA members learned about opportunities in military medicine and scholarships from high-ranking officials including VADM, Dr. Michael Cowen, Executive Director of AMSUS, RADM, Dr. Colin Chinn, Joint Staff Surgeon at the Pentagon, and Dr. Jerome Adams, U.S. Surgeon General. Dr. Adams’ motto is “Better health through better partnerships”. He is committed to helping HOSA build a stronger pipeline of future health professionals!
The Association of Military Surgeons of the United States (AMSUS) was established in 1891. The constituent services of the Association include the Medical Departments of the Department of Defense, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Health and Human Services, and the Department of Homeland Security. It is the “Society of Federal Health Professionals”, and as such contributes to the improvement of all phases of the federal health services.
In addition to learning about military medicine, HOSA members had an opportunity to collaborate with federal health professionals from across the country in the exhibit hall, which included viewing and operating Da Vinci robotic surgery system!
Thank you AMSUS and HOSA for an opportunity to learn about our future as health professionals!