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                      STATE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

The Missouri HOSA 2022 State Leadership Conference Qualifier included 1276 participants from 77 Local Chapters! The onsite conference dates were scheduled from March 28-29, 2022 and included 720 participants from 69 local chapters onsite.


During this first in-person State Leadership Conference since 2019, a total of 58 competitive events took place on the middle school, high school/secondary, and postsecondary/collegiate level. The top three medalists in each of the competitive events and all qualifiers in five recognition events now have an opportunity to attend the upcoming HOSA International Leadership Conference held on June 22-25, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee.  

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF TOP FIVE SLC FINALISTS BY COMPETITIVE EVENT

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF TOP FIVE SLC FINALISTS BY LOCAL CHAPTER

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF RECOGNITION AWARD RECIPIENTS

Thanks to our thirteen (13) sponsors, Missouri HOSA is able to offer nine (9) $500.00 ILC Scholarships to fund their registration at the HOSA 2022 International Leadership Conference (ILC) totaling $4,500.00!


Those sponsors included:


BRONZE: Phelps Health.


SILVER: 9.95 Uniforms Store, National Healthcareer Association, Missouri Hospital Association-Missouri Health Careers, Cengage, Be The Match, State Fair Community College, Missouri Academy of Family Physicians, Compass Health Network, UMKC School of Pharmacy, Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, and Kansas State University.


PRESIDENTIAL: Stephens College School of Health Sciences.  

CLICK HERE FOR THE MISSOURI HOSA 2022 INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE (ILC) SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

This year’s state theme, “Shatter Your Expectations” guided the focus of the State Leadership Conference around professional opportunities through Educational Symposiums and the HOSA Zone Exhibition, which included a variety of presentations and vendors. Keynote speaker, John O’Leary shared his inspirational story through an amazing journey of survival and challenged participants to live inspired.

Opening Session

CLICK HERE FOR THE MISSOURI HOSA 2022 SLC OPENING SEASON - PART 1

CLICK HERE FOR THE MISSOURI HOSA 2022 SLC OPENING SESSION - PART 2

Awards Session

CLICK HERE FOR THE MISSOURI HOSA 2022 SLC  AWARDS SESSION - PART 1

CLICK HERE FOR THE MISSOURI HOSA 2022 SLC  AWARDS SESSION - PART 2

CLICK HERE FOR THE MISSOURI HOSA 2022 SLC  AWARDS SESSION - PART 3

Onsite, student members contributed in a Statewide Service Project to honor Veterans and patients seeking treatment at a local community Cancer Center. Cards of inspiration will be sent to the Missouri Veterans Home in St. James, Missouri, and the Delbert Day Cancer Institute in Rolla, Missouri.

Among several recognitions, Allia Coultas from Blue Springs South High School was named Local Chapter Advisor of the Year; Lucas Chapman from Rolla Technical Center was named Missouri HOSA’s Administrator of the Year; and, Lisa Del Pizzo from Marquette High School, received the Educator Excellence Award. Springfield GO CAPS High School was also awarded the Outstanding HOSA Achievement Award.

Allia Coultas from Blue Springs South High School

Missouri HOSA 2021-2022 Local Chapter Advisor of the Year

Lisa Del Pizzo from Marquette High School

Missouri HOSA 2021-2022 Educator Excellence Award Winner

Dr. Lucas Chapman from Rolla Technical Center

Missouri HOSA 2021-2022 Administrator of the Year

CONFERENCE VIDEO FROM GRAIN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL