HOSA week recognized

From press reports


HOSA (Health occupations students of America) is a career and technical student organization for high school and post-secondary students who plan to pursue a health care career, and is committed to building a pipeline of future health care professionals.

During the month of November, the HOSA members and community held several events to recognize HOSA week.

HOSA provides a strong foundation for preparing tomorrow’s healthcare professionals through skill development, leadership opportunities, and community service.

Winston- Louisville Career and Technology Center was nationally recognized recently for understanding the importance of affiliating its HOSA chapter members prior to October 15 with 100 percent affiliation of its students.

Winston-Louisville Career and Technology Center designated November 11-15, 2013 as “HOSA Week”.

Louisville Mayor, Will Hill signed the proclamation recognizing the week.

The center opened its doors to the community and students on Tuesday, November 12 to tour the classroom and view some of the exhibits the students had made.

The HOSA chapter also donated items to the Children’s home located in Nanih Waiya as part of its service to the community.

The HOSA chapter advisor is Penny Wells, RN.  The Winston-Louisville Career and Technology Center director is James Robert Webb.