ENGLEWOOD — The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) HOSA Senior and Junior Chapters competed in the HOSA State Competition on April 10-11, 2018, in Columbus. The following MVCTC students were privileged to qualify for the National HOSA Competition in June of 2018 in Dallas, TX.
1st Place Finishers
⦁ Deina Delgado (Tippecanoe) – Allied Health – Life Support Skills
⦁ Mariah Brewer (Eaton) – Allied Health – Clinical Nursing
⦁ Elizabeth Crosby (Brookville) – Health Careers – Parliamentary Procedure
⦁ Shawn Ertel (Tippecanoe) – Biotechnology – Parliamentary Procedure
⦁ Peyton Phillips (Northwestern) – Biotechnology – Parliamentary Procedure
⦁ Alexis Reeder (Tri-County North) – Health Careers – Parliamentary Procedure
⦁ Keara Tellis (Wayne) – Biotechnology – Parliamentary Procedure
⦁ Jaelyn Watson (Trotwood) – Biotechnology – Parliamentary Procedure
⦁ Laura Woodworth (Tri-County North) – Health Careers – Parliamentary Procedure
2nd Place Finishers
⦁ Connor Howe (Dixie) – Allied Health – Medical Terminology
⦁ Shelbie Brown (Preble Shawnee) – Health Careers – Life Support Skills
Chianna McMillan, Biotechnology student from Miamisburg, qualified to compete in the National HOSA Healthcare Issues Exam.
Logan Sizemore, an Allied Health student from Eaton, was elected the Ohio HOSA 2018-2019 State Historian.
Paula Wathen, MVCTC HOSA Advisor was recognized for her work as the Southwest Regional HOSA Competitive Events Chairperson.
Erin Molden MVCTC HOSA Advisor was recognized as a new HOSA Chapter Advisor.
Rhonda Philips, MVCTC Director of Instruction, was recognized for being an Outstanding Administrator Supporting HOSA Future Health Professionals.
The mission of HOSA is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience.