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2017 STATE HOSA CONFERENCE

The purpose of the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) organization is to develop leadership and technical skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program.  YSD Students competed in the State HOSA Conference and Contest in Spokane, March 10-11, 2017.  First place winners qualify to attend the HOSA International Leadership Conference in Orlando, FL, June 21-24, 2017.

View PDF of all results: CTE End of Year Results

Clinical Specialty

Lesley Rivera – YV-Tech – 2nd Place – Silver Medal

Rachel Gordon – YV-Tech – 3rd Place – Bronze Medal

 

Health Career Photography

Alejandro Torres – YV-Tech – 3rd Place – Bronze Medal

 

Job Seeking Skills

Taylor Plata – YV-Tech – 1st Place – Gold Medal

Lizbeth Daniel – YV-Tech – 2nd Place – Silver Medal

Amanda Bastin – YV-Tech – 3rd Place – Bronze Medal

Rachel Gordon – YV-Tech – 5th Place

 

Nursing Assistant Skills

Jaqueline Mendoza – YV-Tech – 2nd Place – Silver Medal

Gabriela Gonzalez – YV-Tech – 4th Place

 

Physical Therapy

Anna Ramos – YV-Tech – 3rd Place – Bronze Medal

 

HOSA STATE COMPETITION ADVISORS

 

Lora Congleton – Nursing Assistant Program Instructor – YV-TECH

Tina Goodwin – Dental Assistant Program Instructor – YV-TECH

Joshua Holliday – Physical Therapy Tech Instructor – YV-TECH

Beth Lovelace – Nursing Assistant Program Instructor – YV-TECH

Melissa Ojeda – Nursing Assistant Program Instructor – YV-TECH

Cheryl Rochioli – Dental Assistant Program Instructor – YV-TECH

 

Nondiscrimination Statement

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