New Prairie HOSA- Future Health Professionals is proud to announce the students who have qualified for the International Leadership Competition (ILC). Students competed at the State Leadership Conference in April, with top performers earning a spot at ILC. Originally the ILC was scheduled in Houston, Texas June 23-26, but will now take place virtually due to Covid restrictions.
The mission of HOSA is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience. Students have the opportunity to compete against other students in various health related events. Aside from the experience and recognition, students can also earn scholarships to various academic institutions.
New Prairie has both high school and middle school students competing at ILC 2020. Although several students qualified in multiple events, students can only compete in one competitive event at ILC.
Follow New Prairie HOSA on their Facebook page to see the many exciting things they are doing and the success students have at ILC. You can also learn more about HOSA at www.hosa.org.
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New Prairie’s high school competitors include: Madalyne Andrysiak – Physical Therapy; Sofia Barcevic – Health Career Photography; Amira Bernard – Clinical Specialty; Taylor Dencer – Extemporaneous Poster; Riley Gumm – Health Education; Emily Hayes – Community Awareness; Allison Hein – Pharmacology; Petra Hemphill – Researched Persuasive W/S; Hillary Hodum – Community Awareness; Grace Jones – Epidemiology; Helaina Kuntz -Health Education; Avery Mougin – Human Growth & Development; Makenzie Scarborough – Medical Reading; Eira Schmidt – Human Growth & Development; Elizabeth Sehi – Clinical Specialty; Robert Smith – Cultural Disparities
New Prairie’s middle school competitors include: Myles Aerts – Health Career Display; Maggie Bauer – Math for Health Careers; Isabella Beall – Medical Terminology; Owen Chalik – Math for Health Careers; Kendel Coursel – Health Career Exploration; Matthew Dettinger – Health Career Display; Sawyer Edwards – Medical Terminology; Kaylee Hoggard – Health Career Display; Anna Jasnieski – Healthy Lifestyles; Brittany Kasinger – Health Career Preparation; Hannah Kole – Medical Reading; Brooklyn Mayfield – Life Threatening Situations; Kayleigh Michael – Health Career Display; Ava Morton – Life Threatening Situations; Lydia Schmidt – Math for Health Careers; Marcus Sehi – Nutrition; Brynn Smith – Medical Terminology; Morgan White – Nutrition