Hoosier Hills Career Center students place at HOSA State Leadership Conference

BLOOMINGTON – Hoosier Hills Career Center students competed in this year’s Health Occupations Students of America Virtual State Leadership Conference and placed in several categories.

Congratulations to these students for all their hard work.

Health Science Education 2 HOSA Students:

  • Maria Acosta – Voting Delegate Medical Terminology Nursing Assisting – Top 10 Finalist
  • Sydney Beach – Medical Terminology Home Health Aide – Top 10 Finalist
  • Grace Blouin – Medical Terminology Medical Assisting – Top 10 Finalist
  • Thomas Burns – Voting Delegate Medical Terminology Extemporaneous Writing – Top 10 Finalist, Second Place Medalist
  • Phatima Dandridge – Medical Terminology Nursing Assisting Project Lead The Way Medical Interventions HOSA Students:
  • Jackson Crenshaw – Voting Delegate Medical Terminology
  • Avery Njau – Voting Delegate Pathophysiology
  • Lucie Sorenson – State Officer Candidate Elected Indiana HOSA President-Elect, Physical Therapy – Top 10 Finalist, Third Place Medalist 

Thomas Burns and Lucie Sorenson also qualified for HOSA International Leadership Virtual Conference. 

L-R: Thomas Burns, Phatima Dandridge,
Maria Acosta, Sydney Beach, and Grace Blouin
L-R: Jackson Crenshaw, Avery Njau,
Lucie Sorenson