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Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)



*NEXT HOSA MEETING  (this will also be an Interest Meeting for anyone looking to join HOSA in the Spring semester)




January Community Service Project:

HOSA is collecting travel-sized toiletry items (shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soaps, lotions, deodorant, etc.) so we can make Cape Packages to donate to a local homeless shelter. Please drop off all donations to Ms. Tobin's Room A201. For every 5 items you donate, you earn 1 service hour.


HOSA is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and Department of Health & Human Services that provides a critical integration with WCHS Health Science courses and local Cabarrus County Healthcare industries. HOSA's mission is to empower Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community, through education, collaboration, and experience. HOSA meets once a month (1st Thursday of the month) in person for general discussions, guest speakers, and planning. HOSA students will also be required to meet more frequently for community service projects, competition preparation, and travel to HOSA Leadership Conferences and competitions.  If you are interested in joining HOSA, please see Ms. Tobin in Room A201.

Contact Information

Additional Information

  • How do I register for HOSA?
  • How do I register my HOSA account?
  • How do I log hours?



The link above is for the website you will use to log your community service hours. This is where you will register your email address as a member of HOSA AFTER you pay your $40 dues. You will then need to check your spam mail to continue the registration process in order to log your hours. Log ONLY medical related volunteer hours under the Barbara James Service award. 

  • We will have an Instagram account specifically for WCHS HOSA. You should check there frequently for information about upcoming community service opportunities. 
  • In addition to Instagram, Ms. Tobin will also use Remind as a way to communicate. Here is our HOSA 2022-23 Remind code: Text @HoSa223 to 81010
  • Registration forms will be handed out during the interest meeting on September 1, 2022. 
  • If you could not make it to the meeting on September 1st and would like to join, come see Ms. Tobin for a registration form 
  • Anyone wishing to submit a design for our HOSA T-shirt must do so by Friday September 23rd. Submissions should be turned into Ms. Tobin. We will vote on the designs at our October meeting. 


What is the average time commitment for a member of your organization?

1 to 2 hours per month for general meetings after school, 2 to 4  hours for community service projects, 1 to 4 hours for traveling opportunities to HOSA Leadership conferences at district, State, and International level. (This is dependent upon how each student places in competitions)

Is your organization known for any particular events, programs or activities?

Community Service Projects, (Blood Drive) Leadership Conferences

Will your organization host meetings/events in-person, virtually, or hybrid?

As of right now, all meetings will be held in person.  Meetings are held the first Thursday of every school month after school in Ms. Tobin's room (A201)

Check out our NC HOSA website here:


HOSA Competition Information

Save the date! Regional Leadership Conference is Saturday November 19th, 2022 at Johnson and Wales University in Charlotte. There are only 5 spots for each event! Please let Ms. Tobin know ASAP if you are going to participate in Regional Competition

Important Links for Competitions 

  • How Do I Choose My Event?
  • Regionals Vs. States
  • HOSA Handbook
  • Southwest RLC
  • Tallo Instructions