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T.L. Faulkner Health Science News

What is HOSA?

What is HOSA? Well, I am so glad that you asked. HOSA, formerly stood for Health Occupation Students of America is now known as HOSA, Future Health Care Professionals. Founded in 1976, HOSA is the Career Technical Student Organization for Health Science Education programs in the United States and abroad. HOSA's mission is to empower Health Science students through leadership development, education, collaboration and experience.
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National Pediatric Cancer Foundation

Biannually, HOSA voting delegates vote on a National Service Project.

The 2018-2020 HOSA Service Project (selected by the 2018 Voting Delegates) is the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation (NPCF) HOSA is excited to work with NPCF for the next two years in raising funds and awareness for pediatric cancer. T.L. Faulkner HOSA students recently held a bake sale in their efforts to raise awareness and money for NPCF. They are well on their way to reaching their $500 goal this year!!!


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HOSA State Officer Visit

Having a HOSA State Officer visit your HOSA chapter is an honor. Our T.L. Faulkner HOSA Chapter was pleased to welcome one of our state officer, Emily and HOSA State Advisor, Mrs. C. Quisenberry traveled from Enterprise, AL to speak with our students on the benefits of being an active HOSA member, possibly running for a state office and competing in competitive events. Thanks to Emily and Mrs. Quisenberry for a great visit!!
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Mobile County Public Health Department Visit

Diane Glass and Cynthia Boykin of the Mobile County Public Health Department paid us a visit to share pertinent information regarding the still rising numbers in people diagnosed with and living with HIV/AIDS in Mobile. Ms. Johnson's class had great questions to ask of Mrs. Glass regarding the disease and prevention as well as for Mrs. Boykin about living with purpose while surviving an HIV/AIDS diagnosis.
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