P2T HOSA Chapter

Students of the P2T HOSA Chapter who competed in the HOSA State Leadership Conference included, Row 1, from left, Alejandra Figueroa, Evelyn Venegas, Gabby Dominguez, Jocelin Reyes, Amber Kreikemeier, Jayden Ehrisman, Natalie Pieper, Kara Cerveny, Angel Logemann, Kailey Raasch; Row 2, from left, Ivan Hickey, Lillie Timm; Row 3, HOSA Advisor Daniel Bridges, Ella Bridges, Kasandra Flores, Ziomara Ruiz, Nessa Krupka, Kylie Sturek, Kiearra Harper, Victoria Williams, Alix Nolting, Carmine Carson, Cibely Urquidez, HOSA Advisor Dale Mundil; Row 4, Jacie Siecke, Hannah Hinrichsen, Olivia Gross, Landon Dobbins, Sadie Nelson, Kennedi Cooper, Cindy Garcia, Tristen Parker, Michael Cohee, Joe Schwer and Carsten Knobbe.

Students that attend Pathways 2 Tomorrow Health (P2T) Science Pathway at Northeast Community College’s Donald E. Nielsen Career and Technical Training Facility in West Point competed in the HOSA Future Health Professionals State Leadership Conference at the University of Nebraska Omaha last Monday and Tuesday.

The contest is sponsored by UNMC, Nebraska Methodist College, Metropolitan Community College, Clarkson College, Nebraska Hospital Association, and Nebraska Health Care Foundation. More than 450 high school students from the state competed in various health-related events that are designed to motivate students to improve their knowledge and skills.

HOSA is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services and several federal and state agencies. HOSA’s mission is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community, through education, collaboration, and experience. HOSA actively promotes career opportunities in the health industry and enhances the delivery of quality health care to all people.

Members of the P2T HOSA Chapter are students from Bancroft-Rosalie, Guardian Angels Central Catholic, Howells-Dodge, Lyons-Decatur, Oakland, Pender, and West Point-Beemer schools.

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