HOSA, Health Occupations Students of America, is a club that Grundy County High School offers to the students that attend there. HOSA is for students who would like to have a medical major in the health care field in the future. The adviser, Donald Partin, allows students to explore the fundamentals of the health care field.
In HOSA, there is a state meeting every year in Nashville, which allows students to socialize with other students and attend informational conferences that teach them about helpful topics they need to know.
HOSA members also have the opportunity to get CPR certified and help other non-HOSA members to do the same. HOSA only costs you $15 a year to join. Come on, join the fun and become a member of HOSA.