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PENN HOSA State Leadership Conference

PENN HOSA State Leadership Conference

Last week, students from North Montco Technical Career Center's Health Sciences and Biomedical Technology programs showcased their skills and expertise at the PENN HOSA State Leadership Conference, earning recognition and medals in various competitions.

The State Leadership Conference, organized by PENN HOSA, offers students the platform to apply the knowledge gained from their Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses to competitive events. This conference, which attracts over 1,000 students from across the state, serves as an avenue for leadership development, networking, and personal growth.

Congratulations to the following medal winners:

1st place CPR/First Aid Team:
Alexandra Guarini – Methacton, 11th grade, Health Sciences
Kenzie Price - North Penn, 11th grade, Health Sciences


1st place Biomedical Debate Team:

Kylie Cooke - North Penn, 12th grade, Biomedical Technology
Leila Eid - North Penn, 12th grade, Biomedical Technology
Alessandra Miller - North Penn, 12th grade, Biomedical Technology
Harshil Jain - North Penn, 12th grade, Biomedical Technology


4th place Healthcare Issues Exam:

PJ Neary – Methacton, 12th grade, Biomedical Technology


First-place medal winners from this conference have earned eligibility to compete at the HOSA International Leadership Conference scheduled for June.

“All of the North Montco competitors showcased their dedication and hard work. Their remarkable efforts have not only brought pride to themselves but have also reflected positively on North Montco Technical Career Center. We are very proud of our students,” stated Mrs. Marnie Black, Biomedical Technology teacher/HOSA Advisor.

HOSA, a globally recognized student-led organization endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education, the Department of Health and Human Services, and various federal and state agencies, aims to empower future health professionals. Through education, collaboration, and practical experience, HOSA cultivates leadership skills in its members, preparing them for roles in the global health community.