2020 HOSA Virtual ILC Highlights:
Secondary Division Event Top 10:
- EMT (4th)- Boradhead; Lee- Ada Career Technical Center
- Health Career Display (7th)-Rockins; Cooney- Mountain Home
- HOSA Bowl (5th)- MMACHS- Eckard; Vinnamala; Eckard; Clark
- Nursing Assistant (4th)- Ava Sargent
- Public Service Announcement (10th)- MMACHS- Williams; Gaythwaite; Browne
- Sports Medicine (6th) Sydnee Philpott
Health Care Issues Exam:
- Disha Math- Centennial HS- Tie for 1st
Click Here to See a List of All HOSA ILC Winners!
Idaho HOSA Vision
Idaho HOSA empowers students to become leaders in the healthcare community.
The mission of HOSA is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience.
The purpose of HOSA-Future Health Professionals is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program.
HOSA Core Values
We value learning. We are committed to learning and becoming respected, knowledgeable and skilled health professionals. We will respect the experiences and contributions of our teachers, peers and patients and seek to learn from them.
We value leadership. We will serve as role models in our academic program, profession and community. We will be ethical, accountable and trustworthy. We will use our influence to empower others to strive for excellence.
We value service. We are dedicated to serving others with compassion. We believe that individuals are important, and we will treat everyone with respect and care.
We value innovation. We are dedicated to enriching the lives of others. We will continuously seek the knowledge and skills to address challenges and improve the health professions.
I recognize the universal need for quality, compassionate healthcare.
I understand the importance of academic excellence, skills training, and leadership development in my career pathway.
I believe through service to my community and to the world, I will make the best use of my knowledge and talents.
I accept the responsibility of a health professional and seek to find my place on a team equally committed to the well-being of others.
Therefore, I will dedicate myself to promoting health and advancing healthcare as a student, a leader, an educator, and a member of HOSA-Future Health Professionals.
Washington Leadership Academy
It’s truly something to be able convene in the Capitol of our great nation with HOSA Leaders from across the nation, to learn and grow as leaders in an ever-evolving, ever-diversifying organization that stands at the forefront in the bridging of leadership and quality health science education.