05th Apr2017

COMPETITIVE EVENTS SCHEDULEs

by Oregon HOSA

COMPETITIVE EVENTS SCHEDULES

To view specific appointment times for competitive events, please view the links below.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2017 | 8 AM – 5 PM

THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 2017 | 8:30 AM – 11 AM

  • Medical Spelling
  • HOSA Bowl Semi Finals & Finals – To Be Determined At Conference
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02nd Apr2017

SLC Prep

by Oregon HOSA

Hello Oregon HOSA!

The 2017 State Leadership Conference is coming up fast on April 4th to April 6th at the Doubletree by Hilton Portland. Everyone is working hard to fundraise and ace their competitive events! To be sure that this year is the best one yet, Oregon HOSA is sharing with you some tips to help you prepare for State Leadership Conference!

1) Bring snacks!

Late night munchies and curfew don’t mix well. It’s very important to abide by curfew and having snacks present can save you a lot of trouble! It also helps save money on food and will keep you satisfied during your break times. Plus, you can always share with your roommates and bond!

2) Have your Event Guidelines!

You will not be able to attend the orientation for your competitive event without your competitive event guidelines. The guidelines are also extremely useful and filled with information. An explanation of the competitive event, supplies list, rubric, study guide, resources and much more can be found there!

3) Bring a Sewing Kit!

It’s a fashion disaster! You’re about to attend opening session and a button pops loose from your shirt! Maybe you need a safety pin or a friend needs to sew something down. It’s always handy to have a small sewing kit around in case something unfortunate happens! Don’t forget to go over the dress code for sessions. You don’t want to be declined at the door for wearing open toed shoes!

If you aren’t sure of what to pack for your stay, here is a suggested packing list:

  • Electronics and their corresponding chargers
  • Toiletries (toothbrush/paste, comb, shampoo, contacts/solution, hair ties, deodorant, Q-tips, etc.…)
  • 1-2 Sets of Business Attire (Navy/Black suit with white shirt, ties for men, closed toed shoes, knee length skirts for women) Be sure to look at the HOSA dress code!
  • 2-3 Sets of Casual Attire
  • 1-2 Sets of Pajamas
  • Competitive Event Supplies
  • A notebook and writing utensils
  • Extra socks/pantyhose
  • Wallet
  • Any needed medication (please adhere to your school’s medication policies!)
  • Snacks

Your state officers can not wait to see you excel at SLC and represent Oregon at the International level at the 2017 International Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida, from June 21st to June 24th. Keep your head up, study hard, and finish strong, Oregon HOSA!

- 2016-2017 Oregon HOSA State Officers

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28th Feb2017

State Officer Applications

by Oregon HOSA

The 2017-2018 State Officer Application is now available by clicking here. Applications are due March 10, 2017. If you have any questions regarding the process, please reach out to Aden Ramirez, State Officer Coach at coach@oregonhosa.org or at  (541) 633-4287.

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23rd Dec2016

2017 SLC Registration Guide

by Oregon HOSA

Advisors,

The new 2017 SLC Registration Guide is now up. You can find it by clicking here or you can find it under the conference tab by clicking on the State Leadership Conference Link. This guide has everything you need to register members, advisors, chaperones, and guests for the 2017 State Leadership Conference.

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02nd Sep2016

2016 Oregon Leadership Institute Registration Materials

by Oregon HOSA

TELL YOUR STORY – Imagination, creativity and characters all come to life in stories. For generations, storytelling has connected us to the past, present, and future. Stories keep hopes and dreams alive, transport us to new worlds and allow us to live in someone else’s shoes. Stories are not just in books, but on television and in social media feeds. What about your story? Who will tell it? Who will hear it? The stage is set…the camera is rolling…the pen is in your hand. It’s time to tell the story that only you can tell….your story.

Join Oregon CTSOs and Oregon HOSA for this year’s Oregon Leadership Institute (OLI). This conference is full of exciting opportunities to learn and grow as a leader. We encourage all members to take advantage of this amazing opportunity. The details are below along with registration packet and registration form.

What: 2016 Oregon Leadership Institute

When: Sunday, November 6, 2016, 12:30 PM – Monday, November 7, 2016, 12:30 PM

Where: The Riverhouse Resort – Bend, OR

Registration Packet

Registration Form

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19th Jul2016

2016 Advisor Conference

by Oregon HOSA

Advisors, come join us for the 2016 Oregon CTSO Advisor Conference. This is a great opportunity to meet with other advisors, learn about HOSA updates for the year, and learn how to integrate HOSA into the classroom.

Oregon CTSO Advisor Conference
Date: Friday, September 16, 2016
Registration Deadline: September 16, 2016
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30p.m.
Location: Red Lion on the River Hotel Jantzen Beach (Portland)

Registration is complimentary.  This event is made possible by Oregon HOSA, the Oregon Department of Education, and the Oregon CTE Student Leadership Foundation.

REGISTER HERE

INFORMATION SHEET

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21st May2016

National HOSA Scholarship Winners Announced

by Oregon HOSA

National has released the names for most of the Nationa HOSA Scholarship winners. This list is not a complete list but does contain a majority of the winners.

One of the recipients of the National HOSA Scholarship is OR HOSA state officer from Center for Advanced Learning, Marina Youssef. Congratulations to all the scholarship recipients. You can find the list of scholarship recipients by clicking on the link below.

http://hosa.org/node/461

Nationa HOSA has stated that “As of May 20, 2016 –we have other scholarship partners and are awaiting approval of their scholarship recipients.  We no longer want to delay the announcement of the names we have approved.  Come back to see if your name is on the next scholarship list.” Make sure to keep checking the National HOSA website for updates to this list.

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06th Apr2016

HOSA Allocated Voting Delegates

by Oregon HOSA

The following is a list of the number of allocated voting delegates for each school.  We look forward to seeing your representatives at 3:00 PM for the Business Session and Voting in Mt. Helens.

Chapter

Membership

Voting Delegates

Beaverton Health & Science School

24

2

Benson High School

28

2

Center for Advanced Learning

197

7

Creswell High School

37

2

Glencoe High School

21

2

Kennedy High School

21

2

Klamath County HOSA

12

2

Madison High School

24

2

Sandy High School

48

3

Springfield High School

16

2

Tillamook Health Services

9

2

Tualatin HS

59

3

Willamette High School

20

2

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22nd Mar2016

State Leadership Conference: Schedules

by Oregon HOSA

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

To view the Oregon HOSA State Leadership Conference Program, CLICK HERE

COMPETITIVE EVENTS SCHEDULE

To view specific appointment times for competitive events, please view the links below or CLICK HERE to download a printer-friendly version of all competitive event schedules.

TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 2016 | 4 PM – 7 PM

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2016 | 8 AM – 5 PM

THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 2016 | 8:30 AM – 11 AM

  • Medical Spelling
  • HOSA Bowl Semi Finals & Finals – To Be Determined At Conference
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01st Feb2016

Alumni Spotlight – Hong Nguyen

by Oregon HOSA

Hello-Kitty loving HOSA alumni Hong Nguyen was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. A true native to Oregon, she went to school here and has never left. She joined HOSA because she was interested in pursuing a career in the medical field. In the beginning of high school Hong was still exploring different areas, however by senior year she knew exactly what she wanted to do for college.

Hong started her HOSA journey at Benson Polytechnic High School as a freshman in 2000. The program at Benson was a perfect fit for a career minded student! “It gave me a foundation before getting to college; we learned a lot of things (i.e. medical terminology, anatomy, referencing medical journals) I don’t think a typical high school student had the chance to do” Benson’s specialized program integrated HOSA well into most of its curriculum. Hong explains the extensive hands-on experience they had in and out of the classroom; teaching CPR to students at Benson or middle school students at another location, meeting weekly with a resident at a nursing home, doing fillings on fake teeth, checking each other’s BP, the list goes on. And what better way to show off her skills but by competing at state?

State competitions were incredibly fun, showing off whose school is the best. Possibly one of the best perks was meeting so many peers from all over the state of Oregon, some of which she built long lasting friendships with to this day. Not one for playing it safe with one or two competitions, Hong went all in and made the most out of SLC as she could by competing in medical spelling, poster presentation (health career display), CPR, HOSA bowl, medical assisting, interviewing skills, job seeking skills, and some recognition event(s) (i.e. service award) and more! HOSA Bowl however was her favorite. This fast paced, competitive event not only offered well-earned bragging rights for the winners, but was incredibly fun!
Hong began working as a pharmacy intern for Fred Meyer in 2010 afterwards, graduating from OSU/OHSU College of Pharmacy in 2012. She worked as a staff pharmacist up until July 2014 when she trained to become a Clinical Staff Pharmacist (CSP). One of her favorite accomplishments in her career was finally becoming a CSP. She works one on one with patients as their coach; the programs they have at Fred Meyer include Diabetes, Heart Healthy (Lipids + BP), Fitness/Nutrition/Weight Management, and Smoking Cessation. She also does Medication Therapy Management meetings with patients, etc. From time to time, you can even find her in Fred Meyer’s pharmacy ads!

Like many others, HOSA gave her direction before going to college rather than figuring out what she wanted to do or even switching majors after years of college. Hong elaborates, “Some people think they want to do something, or maybe be a doctor and once they get there, they realize it is not for them—but after they wasted a year with pre-reqs.”
Her one piece of advice to all HOSA members would be to take advantage of all the exciting, once in a lifetime opportunities HOSA offers. You are a part of an organization that not everyone has the advantage of being a part of. Reap every benefit from it that you can while you can. The education, experiences, and cherish the amazing people you meet along the way.

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