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HOSA is a national high school organization that provides work-related experiences for students interested in working in the medical field. Members get together for competitions and community projects centered around helping others.

“We just had our first blood drive, and were excited to have people from the surrounding community that don’t go to Rouse come to our school,” HOSA President Megan Fisher said. “Besides the blood drive, we also prepare for upcoming competitions we plan on entering.”

Club members meet once a month during advocate to set dates for their upcoming events. Soon, they will branch out from RHS by caring for the neighborhood businesses and community. They want to encourage people of all ages who may be facing health issues.

“We want to do more community service, including an E-card program with Dell children for the holidays,” Fisher said. “HOSA members will get together and send those out.”

Students who want to join HOSA, can stop by room 3018 and visit with sponsor Pam Risser. Officers can also answer any questions students may have.
“HOSA is a great organization for students who want to get their feet wet in the health science profession,” Fisher said. “We are here to work with others.”