Rose places 1st at HOSA International Leadership Conference

Press Staff Writer

        Meghan Rose (Lake High School), who completed the Medical Technologies program in May at Penta Career Center, earned first place and a gold medal in the Nursing Assisting contest at the 2022 HOSA – Future Health Professionals International Leadership Conference.
        Rose competed against hundreds of students from across the world during the conference, which was held in Nashville, Tennessee June 22-25.
        Rose qualified for the competition by earning second place in the same contest at the Ohio HOSA competition this past spring. She plans to pursue a degree in a health-related field at either Owens Community College or Bowling Green State University.
        Eleven Penta students competed in various contests at the HOSA International Leadership Conference.
        HOSA is a global student-led organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services and several federal and state agencies. HOSA’s mission is to empower HOSA-Future Health Professionals to become leaders in the global health community, through education, collaboration and experience.
        HOSA actively promotes career opportunities in the health industry and strives to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.
Summer internship
        University of Findlay student Emma Hansen, of Curtice, is an intern for Travis Wigen Performance Horses in Joseph, Oregon, for summer 2022.
        She is pursuing a degree in animal science.
Academic honors
        Capital University: Taylor Adams, of Woodville.
        University of Findlay: Madison Arquette, Logan Barshel, Lauren Clark, Christopher Joyce, Ella Pugh, Ellie Ramer, of Oregon; Bailey Berning, of Toledo;
        Ava Beam, Anna Youngless, of Elmore, Morgan Kuhlman, Breanna Rutkowski, of Millbury; Ellie Hanselman, of Oak Harbor; Abigail Schroeder, of Pemberville; Makayla Throop, of Woodville.
        John Carroll University: Alycia Murphy, of Toledo.
        Youngstown State University: Emma Brown, of Oregon.
        Capital University: Taylor Adams, of Woodville.
        Miami University: Jade Laviolette, Dom Rodriguez, of Northwood; Josh Meinke, of Curtice; Carolyne Croy, of Oak Harbor; Madeline Booms, of Pemberville; Kiersten Flick, of Woodville.
Reagan Guthrie named
All-American Scholar

        Reagan Guthrie, of Genoa, was among five student-athletes on Trine University women’s golf team named as All-American Scholars by the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA).
        The five students were honored for their success both on the golf course and in the classroom for the 2021-22 season.
        A total of 1,485 women's collegiate golfers were recognized by the WGCA this season. In order to qualify, student-athletes must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher for their careers.


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