Chapter Incentive Program –The intent of the program is to strengthen and develop quality Career Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) in the six organizations served by the CTLP project: BPA, DECA, FCCLA, HOSA, SkillsUSA, and TSA. Through participation in CTSO activities, evidence of practices, and submission of paperwork, all middle schools, high schools, and post-secondary chapters affiliated with the CTLP project are eligible to participate in the incentive program. Amount of Award will vary each year. Applications DUE December 5 of the current year. All Chapter Incentive Program resources can be found on the Resources page.
Pin Design Contest –At the HOSA National Conference, students from across the nation trade lapel pins in order to promote camaraderie between the state delegations and highlight their state’s uniqueness. Open to all active HOSA members in the state, students have the opportunity to design the trading pin for NM HOSA.
HOSA State Chapter Award – Want to be recognized as the outstanding HOSA chapter in the state? Any active HOSA chapter is eligible to participate. Recognizing accomplishments from Feb. 1 of previous year through Feb. 1 of current school year. Winning chapter will receive a NMAA banner to hang in their school.
Public Health Seminar
The Public Health Leadership Seminars, hosted by the US Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, are available to HOSA-Future Health Professionals members, students, alumni and advisors, who are interested in learning about public health while interacting with leading professionals within the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR), Office of the US Surgeon General (OSG) and the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps
HOSA members and chapters are asked to meet a standard (such as minimum community service hours contributed that are related to health). Those who meet the standards are awarded a pin, certificate or plaque, depending on the event. Medals are not awarded for first, second and third place. State recognition is from June 1 through midnight of the first Friday in February and the number of approved hours in the system is what will be used to identify recognition levels at the State Leadership Conference.