Students Earn Awards at HOSA Competition
More than 50 Penta Career Center students, who are enrolled in either the Medical Technologies Academy, Dental Assistant or Exercise Science/Sports Health Care programs, have earned top awards at the 2017 HOSA Regional competition. The regional contest took place on February 3 in Toledo.
The following students earned awards at the HOSA Regional competition and qualify to compete in the Ohio HOSA Conference that takes place in April at The University of Toledo: Stefanie Bennett for Medical Spelling; Brandi Bergquist for Health Education; Mikayla Bitter for Creative Problem Solving; Dakota Blecke for Medical Innovation Advancement; Natalie Campbell for Prepared Speaking; Kylee Cifuentes for Medical Innovation Advancement; Aaron Conley for Transcultural Health Care Knowledge Test; Abbie Eckert for Medical Innovation Advancement; Morgan Estrada for CPR/First Aid; Gabrielle Favro for Prepared Speaking; Angelina Flores for Parliamentary Procedure; Chloe Gambrell for Medical Innovation Advancement; Irving Garcia for Parliamentary Procedure; Patrick Glenn for Health Education; Justin Goney for Nutrition Knowledge Test; Gavin Healey for Medical Law & Ethics Knowledge Test; Reese Hickey for Health Education; Rachel Holley for Life Support Skills; Kaitlyn Jefts for Emergency Medical Technician; Heaven Jones for Creative Problem Solving; Cole Kwapich for Speaking Skills; Breanna Longenecker for Medical Innovation Advancement; Hailey McAfee for Creative Problem Solving; Erin Mills for Forensic Medicine; Marissa Morris for Forensic Medicine; Alexis Nations for Human Growth & Development Knowledge Test; Kyra Noble for Parliamentary Procedure; Meghan Parks for Creative Problem Solving; Cole Perry for Speaking Skills; Ellise Pierce for Emergency Medical Technician; Peyton Pope for Parliamentary Procedure; Linda Ramirez for Extemporaneous Health Poster; Casandra Ray for Prepared Speaking; Brianna Reed for Dental Terminology; Harlee Reese for Dental Science; Jessica Reuling for Nutrition Knowledge Test; David Rhue for Parliamentary Procedure; Chevelle Rickard for Life Support Skills; Tricia Rose for Dental Science; Caleigh Ryan for Nursing Assisting; Ti'Lynne Shedd for Creative Problem Solving; Taylor Sherman for Pathophysiology Knowledge Test; Hannah Smith for Dental Science; Hannah Sutton for Interviewing Skills; Emily Swan for Nutrition Knowledge Test; Samantha Swicegood for CPR/First Aid; Hannah Tidwell for Physical Therapy; McKenna Velliquette for Creative Problem Solving; Adrianna Watkins for Dental Terminology; Arianna Watkins for Personal Care; Alissa Wilson for Dental Terminology; and Lauren Wolph for Medical Innovation Advancement.
HOSA is a national student organization that exclusively serves secondary and post-secondary/collegiate students in pursuit of a career in the health professions.