Bozeman Health is focused every day on improving community health, which
includes ensuring high quality, professional training of future healthcare
providers, not only at the college and graduate school level, but also
for younger students exploring careers in healthcare.
That’s why Bozeman Health recently awarded $1,000 to Bozeman High
HOSA: Future Health Professionals, to help with expenses for sending 10
students to the national HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America)
conference being held in Nashville this June. These students will attend
educational symposiums, learn trade and leadership skills and compete
in various events.
The participants will be able to employ those skills as volunteers with
local health and wellness organizations, including three attendees who
are junior volunteers at Bozeman Health. Seven other HOSA members not
attending the conference also are serving as junior volunteers at Bozeman
Health this year.
This is the third year Bozeman Health has supported Bozeman High HOSA to
further the educational interests of local high school students in becoming
future healthcare providers.