16 SpongeBob GIFs that Explain the Process of Taking Test

Taking notes in class that seem SUPER easy Getting the review sheet Procrastinating More procrastinating Remembering you have a test tomorrow EXTREME PANIC Sitting down to finally do the review sheet Getting distracted Back to PANICKING Realizing you just need a good night's sleep Going into class the next morning Looking at the first question Putting forth maximum brain power After Finishing the test Waiting for your test to be graded Seeing that you got an AWESOME grade

My First International Leadership Conference

During the summer of 2018, I was very fortunate by being able to attend my first International Leadership Conference with my officer team in Dallas, Texas. From trading pins from all across the U.S. and more to attending insightful educational symposiums, it was quite the experience. I was instantly invigorated with the sight of the pyrotechnics display in the first general session as the national officer team was introduced. It both amazed and inspired me as I heard the confident, booming voices of the executive council. I wondered to myself, how could anyone pass this up? I would encourage Indiana HOSA’s members to try their best at State Leadership Conference this April in order to have t

My First International Leadership Conference

During the summer of 2018, I was very fortunate by being able to attend my first International Leadership Conference with my officer team in Dallas, Texas. From trading pins from all across the U.S. and more to attending insightful educational symposiums, it was quite the experience. I was instantly invigorated with the sight of the pyrotechnics display in the first general session as the national officer team was introduced. It both amazed and inspired me as I heard the confident, booming voices of the executive council. I wondered to myself, how could anyone pass this up? I would encourage Indiana HOSA’s members to try their best at State Leadership Conference this April in order to have t

Merch Design Contest!

Indiana HOSA is holding our first ever merchandise design contest for members, advisors, and alumni! The contest runs from now until October 15th, 2018. We want YOU to design YOUR OWN MERCH! Our state is filled with creative members and advisors, now it's your time to SHINE! Your state officer team will vote on the submitted designs and the top 3 designs will be featured for sale on our merch store, PERMANENTLY! Each design winner will also receive some specially selected merchandise featuring their design. Winners will be announced at FLC, on our blog and social media, as well as the homepage of our website and via email. There is no limit on submissions, so you can submit as many designs a

5 Leadership Hacks to Help You Make an Impact

1. Always end on a Positive I always find it easy to look at the negatives in situations. “This didn’t work out because of ___”, “We’ll never get better because we keep doing this ____”. But what if we learn to focus on the positives? Maybe you didn’t ace that test, but you know where you need to focus for the next one. Maybe you didn’t get that dream job you wanted, but you advanced in the interviewing process for two other jobs. You can take this back to a team aspect, too. When one person brings negativity into the atmosphere, it’s easy for everyone to get caught up in it. Try to encourage everyone to end on a positive. If your project or plan falls through, be able to look back on the po

Choosing the Right Competitive Event

The year I joined hosa, I couldn’t wait until my first State Leadership Conference. I was very excited, but I could not decide what competitive event to do. That same year, I decided to run for a state officer position so the idea of choosing the right competitive event became more stressful. I came to the conclusion that taking a knowledge test would be my choice. I had decided to take the pathophysiology test because I was somewhat interested in diseases and I learned about pathology in one of my classes. The only problem was that I made this decision a week and a half before the test deadline. I studied as much as I could in that time period and then took the test to the best of my

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