Students can join Indiana HOSA through an already developed chapter at their school or local career center by talking to the chapter advisor or chapter officers. If your school or career center does not currently have a HOSA chapter, then you can start your own!
All you need to start a new chapter is a few interested students, and at least one teacher/school staff member interested in being your advisor!
After you have the basic pieces, reach out to the Indiana HOSA and we will help you through the rest. Home schooled students may join HOSA by asking a local school or career center to "adopt" them. These students are also encouraged to reach out to Indiana HOSA to find out their closest chapter and get involved with Indiana HOSA.
National HOSA has prepared an informative handbook that shows students and advisors how to start and manage an effective chapter. It can be found here. You can also check out our page all about joining Indiana HOSA by clicking the join tab above or clicking here!
Also, check out our social media and follow Indiana HOSA to learn more about being a leader, member and health professional.
If you still have questions, need help, or are ready to start your own chapter, then fill out the form below and a member of our staff will get back to you.
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Serving future health professionals since 1976, HOSA was created with the idea of providing students opportunities to develop as a leader and a future health professional. With over 140,000 members across the nation, it is safe to say that HOSA has met our mission! HOSA creates driven, determined student leaders that are excited about healthcare and all that HOSA has to offer. Above all, HOSA is a tool vital to the success of students, teachers, and health professionals. HOSA is 100% healthcare and connects all hubs of the healthcare field. One experience ignites another creating a chain reaction between those who teach, learn, and do.
HOSA operates as an integral component of the health science education curriculum. Through its network of state and local chapters, HOSA provides powerful instructional tools, recognition, leadership, networking, scholarships, and connections to the healthcare industry to thousands of members across the United States.
Through the HOSA Competitive Events Program, members can compete in teams or as individuals in over 55 different events related to all aspects of the health care industry. HOSA integrates into the Health Science Technology Education curriculum to develop and recognize smart, dedicated, and passionate future health professionals.
Mission of HOSA:
The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science technology education students, therefore, helping students to meet the needs of the health care community.