Four County students qualify for international HOSA competition


Fifteen students from Four County Career Center placed in the top ten in the 2022 HOSA - Future Health Professionals State Conference which was held in Columbus and Brianna Leavitt and Phenix Yochum have qualified to compete in the HOSA International Leadership Conference with the theme “Shatter Your Expectations” in Nashville, Tenn. 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, 2022. Contest winners include, from left, front: Kaycie Betz (Fairview) Home Health Aide; Eva Wermer (Fairview) Healthy Lifestyle; Haileigh Mosier (Bryan) Healthy Lifestyle; Carissa Stuber (Tinora) Personal Care; Brianna Leavitt (Defiance) Personal Care - will be competing at Nationals; Trista Ussery (Montpelier) Human Growth & Development; Chacity Brehm (Hilltop) Medical Assisting; Blayze Langenderfer (Bryan) Personal Care; and back, Malerri Fry (Bryan) Personal Care; Phenix Yochum (Hicksville) Home Health Aide - will be competing at Nationals; Megan Morris (Bryan) Health Informatics; Delaney Burghardt (Evergreen) Veterinary Science; Anna Miller (Bryan) Prepared Speaking; Graciela Valle (Fairview) Medical Assisting; and Aspen Watson (Fairview) Human Growth & Development.

Fifteen students from Four County Career Center placed in the top ten in the 2022 HOSA - Future Health Professionals State Conference which was held in Columbus and Brianna Leavitt and Phenix Yochum have qualified to compete in the HOSA International Leadership Conference with the theme “Shatter Your Expectations” in Nashville, Tenn. 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, 2022. Contest winners include, from left, front: Kaycie Betz (Fairview) Home Health Aide; Eva Wermer (Fairview) Healthy Lifestyle; Haileigh Mosier (Bryan) Healthy Lifestyle; Carissa Stuber (Tinora) Personal Care; Brianna Leavitt (Defiance) Personal Care - will be competing at Nationals; Trista Ussery (Montpelier) Human Growth & Development; Chacity Brehm (Hilltop) Medical Assisting; Blayze Langenderfer (Bryan) Personal Care; and back, Malerri Fry (Bryan) Personal Care; Phenix Yochum (Hicksville) Home Health Aide - will be competing at Nationals; Megan Morris (Bryan) Health Informatics; Delaney Burghardt (Evergreen) Veterinary Science; Anna Miller (Bryan) Prepared Speaking; Graciela Valle (Fairview) Medical Assisting; and Aspen Watson (Fairview) Human Growth & Development.


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Fifteen students from Four County Career Center placed in the top ten in the 2022 HOSA – Future Health Professionals State Conference which was held in Columbus and Brianna Leavitt and Phenix Yochum have qualified to compete in the HOSA International Leadership Conference with the theme “Shatter Your Expectations” in Nashville, Tenn. 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, 2022.

Contest winners include, from left, front: Kaycie Betz (Fairview) Home Health Aide; Eva Wermer (Fairview) Healthy Lifestyle; Haileigh Mosier (Bryan) Healthy Lifestyle; Carissa Stuber (Tinora) Personal Care; Brianna Leavitt (Defiance) Personal Care – will be competing at Nationals; Trista Ussery (Montpelier) Human Growth & Development; Chacity Brehm (Hilltop) Medical Assisting; Blayze Langenderfer (Bryan) Personal Care; and back, Malerri Fry (Bryan) Personal Care; Phenix Yochum (Hicksville) Home Health Aide – will be competing at Nationals; Megan Morris (Bryan) Health Informatics; Delaney Burghardt (Evergreen) Veterinary Science; Anna Miller (Bryan) Prepared Speaking; Graciela Valle (Fairview) Medical Assisting; and Aspen Watson (Fairview) Human Growth & Development.

Fifteen students from Four County Career Center placed in the top ten in the 2022 HOSA – Future Health Professionals State Conference which was held in Columbus and Brianna Leavitt and Phenix Yochum have qualified to compete in the HOSA International Leadership Conference with the theme “Shatter Your Expectations” in Nashville, Tenn. 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, 2022. Contest winners include, from left, front: Kaycie Betz (Fairview) Home Health Aide; Eva Wermer (Fairview) Healthy Lifestyle; Haileigh Mosier (Bryan) Healthy Lifestyle; Carissa Stuber (Tinora) Personal Care; Brianna Leavitt (Defiance) Personal Care – will be competing at Nationals; Trista Ussery (Montpelier) Human Growth & Development; Chacity Brehm (Hilltop) Medical Assisting; Blayze Langenderfer (Bryan) Personal Care; and back, Malerri Fry (Bryan) Personal Care; Phenix Yochum (Hicksville) Home Health Aide – will be competing at Nationals; Megan Morris (Bryan) Health Informatics; Delaney Burghardt (Evergreen) Veterinary Science; Anna Miller (Bryan) Prepared Speaking; Graciela Valle (Fairview) Medical Assisting; and Aspen Watson (Fairview) Human Growth & Development.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2022/04/web1_2022-hosa-state-winners.jpgFifteen students from Four County Career Center placed in the top ten in the 2022 HOSA – Future Health Professionals State Conference which was held in Columbus and Brianna Leavitt and Phenix Yochum have qualified to compete in the HOSA International Leadership Conference with the theme “Shatter Your Expectations” in Nashville, Tenn. 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, 2022. Contest winners include, from left, front: Kaycie Betz (Fairview) Home Health Aide; Eva Wermer (Fairview) Healthy Lifestyle; Haileigh Mosier (Bryan) Healthy Lifestyle; Carissa Stuber (Tinora) Personal Care; Brianna Leavitt (Defiance) Personal Care – will be competing at Nationals; Trista Ussery (Montpelier) Human Growth & Development; Chacity Brehm (Hilltop) Medical Assisting; Blayze Langenderfer (Bryan) Personal Care; and back, Malerri Fry (Bryan) Personal Care; Phenix Yochum (Hicksville) Home Health Aide – will be competing at Nationals; Megan Morris (Bryan) Health Informatics; Delaney Burghardt (Evergreen) Veterinary Science; Anna Miller (Bryan) Prepared Speaking; Graciela Valle (Fairview) Medical Assisting; and Aspen Watson (Fairview) Human Growth & Development. Photo provided