Health science students recognized


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Submitted photo Pictured left to right are HOSA participants Makenna Jones, Chelsea Boone, Valerie Anderson and Tessa George.


XENIA — A team of Greene County Career Center Health Science Academy students recently competed in the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) International Leadership Conference and were recognized for their combined 400 hours of volunteer work through the Medical Reserve Corps.

Recent graduates Makenna Jones and Valerie Anderson from Beavercreek, Tessa George from Xenia and Chelsea Boone from Fairborn were members of the team that participated in the conference and competition held in Orlando, Fla.

The group was chaperoned by Health Science teacher Faith Sorice.

HOSA is a career-technical student organization that provides leadership and networking opportunities and facilitates local, state, national and international competitive events. All Greene County Career Center students are members of a career-technical student organization connected to their chosen career path.

Submitted photo Pictured left to right are HOSA participants Makenna Jones, Chelsea Boone, Valerie Anderson and Tessa George.
http://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2017/07/web1_HOSA.jpgSubmitted photo Pictured left to right are HOSA participants Makenna Jones, Chelsea Boone, Valerie Anderson and Tessa George.

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Story courtesy of Greene County Career Center.

Story courtesy of Greene County Career Center.