Hamilton High School HOSA Future Health Professionals chapter experienced success at the Wisconsin State Leadership Conference qualifying 16 students for international competition and seven students as alternates.
Following are students who qualified for the June 22-25 HOSA International Leadership Conference in Nashville:
- Rishi Kothinti – health career photography;
- Riya Mathews – behavioral health;
- Manya Mehra – job-seeking skills;
- Kate Powell – prepared speaking;
- Lauren Baker, Mya Suneja, Annika Syslack and Lauren Tennyson – creative problem solving;
- Nehaa Arul Doss Susithraa – nutrition;
- Audrey McCrimmon – home health aide;
- Emily Hokanson – veterinary science; and
- Lauren Gilmartin – prepared speaking.
Kevin Phalphouvong, Sriya Gannapureddy and Manya Mehra qualified for the health care issues exam.
Britney Nwanosike qualified for the Barbara James Service award for health care community service volunteering.
Students who qualified as alternates were:
- Madison Stromberg, Emma Struebing and Haley Danduran – fourth place for public service announcement;
- Aashi Iyengar and Alayna Ostler – fifth place for health career display;
- Ifechi Ebije – fifth place for health career photography; and
- Navinder Kaur – fifth place for cultural diversities and disparities.
Hamilton High School family and consumer education teacher Colleen LaBlanc is the Hamilton HOSA advisor.