Eight students from Four County Career Center placed in the top three in the 2016 Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) competition at the University of Toledo and have qualified to compete in the HOSA International Leadership Conference with the theme “HOSA – Innovate – Inspire – Ignite Future Health Professionals” in Nashville, Tennessee. These Career Center students will join other HOSA students from across the nation to participate in national-level skill competitions, workshops, and general sessions June 22-25. Students competing are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Ryan Bomia (Patrick Henry) Medical Photography; Sadie Ridgway (Hicksville) Human Growth & Development; Molly Feller (Hicksville) Human Growth & Development; Damien Belmares (Fairview) Physical Therapy; Rebecca Mattimore (Delta) Personal Care; Elizabeth Richnafsky (Patrick Henry) Pathophysiology; Emily Neipp (Delta) Home Health Aide; and Michelle Connors (Wauseon) Medical Reading.
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