Several members of the Clinton County Area Technology Center’s Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) student-led organization, along with their Instructors/Advisors Billie Frye, RN and Cindy Albertson, RN, attended the HOSA State Leadership Conference held in Louisville, KY on March 17th & 18th. Those attending and competing in the conference were: Emily Frye and Sarah Albertson, Career Health Display; Kayla Parrigin, Extemporaneous Health Poster; Victoria Turner, Nursing Assistant; Mary Cross, Clinical Nursing; Annie Cross, Job Seeking Skills; Mildred Dominguez, Keilee Dalton, Taya Cook, and Allee Hopper, Medical Innovation; Brooke Albertson, Medical Photography; Haley Huckelby, Pharmacology; Chandra Tallent, Human Growth and Development; Mackenzie Polston, Medical Terminology; Erika Rodriguez, Home Health Aide; and Carly Upchurch, Dana Guffey, and Gabby Beaty, HOSA Bowl.
Pictured below are the HOSA students who attended the State Leadership Conference. First Row: Billie Frye, RN, Keilee Dalton, Allee Hopper, Erika Rodriguez, Mildred Dominguez, Taya Cook, Carly Upchurch, Brooke Albertson, and Cindy Albertson, RN. Second Row: Sarah Albertson, Haley Huckelby, Chandra Tallent, Gabby Beaty, and Mackenzie Polston. Third Row: Kayla Parrigin, Victoria Turner, Annie Cross, Mary Cross, Dana Guffey and Emily Frye.
Erika Rodriguez, a member of Clinton County Area Technology Center’s Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) student-led organization, competed in the Home Health Aide competition at the HOSA State Conference. Erika won first place in the Home Health Aide competition. The competition consisted of both knowledge and skills testing. Erika’s Advisors Billie Frye, RN and Cindy Albertson, RN are extremely proud of Erika for winning this state competition and are grateful to her family for allowing her the opportunity to compete at HOSA’s State Competition.