2020 State Conference Information

Registration will open, December 1, 2019 through February 24, 2020

Registration Fees– $85 per member, guest/chaperone

Who Can Attend? Registration is open to all Students & Advisors who are members of HOSA for the 2019-2020 school year, as well as Alumni, Chaperones and other professionals.

Who may compete? Any registered HOSA member in good standing.  Students may compete in ONLY ONE Competitive Event(CE),  from the Events listed below.

  • Health Science Event
  • Health Professional Event
  • Emergency Preparedness Event
  • Leadership Event
  • Teamwork Event

Schools are limited to 3 students/teams per school, per event with the EXCEPTION of Health Career Display.  You may ONLY register a maximum of 2 teams per school for Health Career Display.

In addition to the events from above, students may also compete in one or more Recognition Event(s).  

  • Barbara James Service Award
  • Healthcare Issues Exam competitors must be registered for the
    exam in the online registration

    • Ten students per chapter to take the exam.
    • First come, first served on the testing time/day.
  • HOSA Happenings
  • HOSA Service Project

READ YOUR GUIDELINES-Competitive Event & Recognition Event Guidelines

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Cultural Diversity and Disparities in Healthcare is REPLACING Transcultural Health
  • Medical Innovation Original and Existing are now MEDICAL INNOVATION.

******Events NOT offered*****

  • Parliamentary Procedure
  • Dental Science
  • Clinical Nursing
  • Outstanding HOSA Chapter

All conference competitors MUST follow the Conference Dress Code.

Chapter Spotlight- FD Johnson Technology Center

 

The students of the Floyd D. Johnson HOSA chapter recently held an event to help meet their fundraising goal for the National Service Project. The event was titled “Sticky Situation,” where students were provided an opportunity to tape up a few of the leaders within our school. For a $1 donation, the students were given a piece of duct tape to join in on the fun. Once the participant was clearly stuck, they were to remain on the wall until the end of the students’ lunch.

This fundraiser, along with t-shirt sales and sponsorships enabled out students to earn over $2,000 to donate to our local NAMI chapter: Piedmont Tri-County NAMI. The proceeds of which will go directly back into our community to help those affected by a mental illness or disorder.

 

Conference FORMS

All forms are due at State Leadership Conference Registration

Please have all of your Code of Conduct Forms in one manila envelope and all of your Medical forms in a separate manila envelope.  Each should be clearly labeled with your school name and form name.

PLEASE alphabetize your forms.

EVERY attending Advisor, Student, Guest and Chaperone MUST have a Code of Conduct form and a Medical form in your envelopes.

2018 State Leadership Conference Presenter Form

All Symposium Sessions are full.  If you have any questions, please contact, Amanda Wilson, schosa1@sc.rr.com.