Student & Member Resources – Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s BioInteractive has teacher guides, activities, videos and podcasts on several topics – Games in Forensics, CSI; teacher and student sections – Crime scene investigation – 10 Best Flashcard Apps to improve Visual Memory – A great resource on various careers with association links, scholarship search, etc. – Your future after high school – CVS Career Areas – a free travel nursing career resource – a website dedicated to matching high quality health care professionals with opportunities that will meet personal and professional goals – Behind the Scenes at MIT, videos about Chemistry as a career and seeing the life of real chemists – Building the Health Care Workforce in South Carolina; explore health careers about medical technology programs offered by schools in every state – See what current jobs are available for Nursing Majors! – See what current jobs are available for Chemistry Majors! – The top 10 most popular jobs in Medical and Nursing! – “What is a Medical Assistant and How Can You Become One?” – This link will help those who want to make sure their resume is in tip-top shape! – Complete Directory of Top Accredited Online Schools, Online Colleges and Online Universities – Online College Guide for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students – free, detailed profiles of community colleges across the USA – National Institute of General Medical Sciences site offers a ton of resources for students and teachers – Learn.Genetics – Genetic Science Learning Center – Student Resources – National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health – Citizens wants to honor the dedication of students and families pursuing higher learning! Fill out the registration form below to be entered for a chance to win a Grand Prize of $15,000 to use towards school expenses and one of the $2,500 monthly prizes! Additionally, each quarter a student who meets the required criteria for the Minority Scholarship Prize will be eligible to win a $2,500 quarterly prize. See Official Rules for details. – Financial resources available for students i.e. how to fill out the FASFA, how to compare College Award Letters, etc. – Scholarships for Student Caregivers – Loans and Scholarships for health professions students – Applicants and potential scholarship winners will be critiqued by the editorial staff at and selected annually on August 1st – The Barry Goldwater Scholarships for college students in science, mathematics or engineering – Gallagher Student Innovative Practices in College Health Fund, established through the American College Health Foundation – International Order of the King’s Daughters and Sons, $1000 scholarships awarded to students studying at an accredited college, university, or seminary in a variety of health careers – Tylenol Scholarship for students pursuing health careers – The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship for high school seniors who seek to attend and graduate from the nation’s best four-year colleges and universities – The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans, supporting thirty New Americans, immigrants or the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate degrees in the United States – The Dell Scholars Program for high school seniors – ACLS Medical Training Scholarship Program – a program created to reward America’s most talented student writers at the high school and university levels – Online Colleges, Online Degrees and College Scholarships Website – $1,500 “Save a Life” Scholarship from American Academy of CPR & First Aid, Inc. awarded semi-annually“End Distracted Driving” essay contest available to all incoming college freshman and current college undergraduate students – United Negro College Fund – Thurgood Marshall College Fund scholarships – Hispanic Scholarship Fund – American Indian College Fund – a comprehensive scholarship list includes financial aid opportunities exclusively reserved for African-Americans, Hispanics, women, and other specific minority groups, as well as more generalized awards that are made available to applicants belonging to any underrepresented demographic – Ron Brown Scholarship for African American high school seniors – The Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship for minority high school students – United Health Foundation Diverse Scholars Program, lists scholarships for minority students – Albert W. Dent Graduate Student Scholarship – NACME Scholars Program – Blacks at Microsoft Scholarship – The Association of Black Psychologists – National Black Nurses Association – UNCF Scholarships – Congressional Black Caucus Foundation – TMCF | COCA-COLA FOUNDATION FIRST-GENERATION HBCU SCHOLARSHIPS – National Society of Black Engineers – Scholarships for African American and Black Students

Institute of Healthcare Improvement Open School: – case studies, audio & video files, leadership profiles; free courses for students; free sample lessons on leadership in healthcare, patient safety, etc. – Free online courses on subjects – anatomy, math, business – and can earn college credit – A great resource for teachers and students alike with free online university courses on many subjects; e-books; textbooks; audiobooks; science videos, movies (silent, documentaries, etc.) and others. – Online courses in math, science, social sciences, etc. – Free college-level courses online – Kentucky Virtual Library – University of Florida’s Health Science Libraries Guides on various topics with many resources – Consumer Health – Internet Public Library – a search engine for students – science videos and presentations from leading universities – The Ultimate STEM Guide for Kids: 239 Cool Sites About Science, Technology, Engineering and Math – SAT Prep tests, GRE, etc. – Study guides: ACT, SAT, AP subjects – Sample SAT test, study materials for many subjects – SAT math & physics practice – SAT, ACT and GRE guides and practice tests – Prep for ACT, SAT, graduate school tests, CNA, NCLEX (for an RN) – SAT vocabulary words – Tests for AP classes, college prep, grad school, NCLEX – Practice ACT, SAT, high school subjects – Practice SAT; – AP classes – Official ACT website for test prep;; – ACT and SAT test prep

Extra State Officer Application Questions

Q: Do the State Officers need to attend SLC?

A: Yes! State Officers are required to attend SLC.


Q: Should the answers to the personal questionnaire to be typed or written by hand?

A: Either way, just be sure they are legible. Your answers will be retyped onto our state website if you are elected.


Q: How and when will we campaign to the voting delegates?

A: Campaigning can only take place after SLC begins. You’ll formally interact with voting delegates during the Meet and Greet along with through your speech during the Business session!


Q: Are there different tests for the different State Officer positions?

A: No, All State Officer Candidates take the same candidate test.


Q: How can I prepare for the State Officer Candidate Test?

A: The test resources are: Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised Global/National HOSA E-Magazines, HOSA Creed, HOSA Core Values, Global/National HOSA website (, Florida HOSA website (, Sections A, B, and C of the HOSA Handbook

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