Member Learning Opportunities

Here you will find educational online and in-person opportunities available to HOSA members to expand your health profession knowledge and training, and enhance your personal development. Engage beyond HOSA activities to learn from many different types of health care professions and skills from our partnering organizations!  See the listing of options below.

Disclaimer: Any opportunities or links provided are for informational purposes only and are not sponsored by Wisconsin HOSA.

UW-Milwaukee's HOSA Investigating Health Day

We would like to invite HOSA Advisors and students to an on-campus, hands-on visit of the health schools at UW-Milwaukee. Advisors can fill out the following form to register yourself and your students for the October 14th Investigating Health day at UW-Milwaukee. This is an event specifically for HOSA students. The event will take place from 9:30 am - 2:00 pm on the Milwaukee campus. Details will come following registration. *Lunch is not provided, but there will be a break for lunch in the union - students can purchase or bring lunch. Please reach out to with any questions.

For more information visit CLICK HERE!

Registration closes October 7th 

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Future Physician's Day

Apply to attend the 6th Annual Future Physician’s Day with the Medical College of Wisconsin - Central Wisconsin (MCW-CW)!


This event will take place on the MCW-CW campus on Friday, October 28th from 10 AM - 3 PM (in-person). It will be a daylong and free event that will provide students with a glimpse into medical school and a career in medicine. Students will explore key topics and experiential practices studied in medical school and graduate medical residency, engage with medical school faculty and current medical students, and learn how to prepare to be an optimal candidate for acceptance into medical school. Students should apply if they are high school juniors, seniors, and/or college students and are strongly considering a future in medicine. Admission is not limited to Wisconsin residents.

To be considered and for more information visit

**Priority Application Deadline is September 30th, 2022!

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Student Day at Wisconsin EMS Association Conference

Friday, February 2, 2023

Come learn about EMS careers and experience an interactive hands-on learning lab/ workshop with activities and demonstrations of rescue, emergency preparedness, and skills training. Attend as a HOSA Chapter, class field trip, or individually with your parent. WEMSA can't wait to introduce you to the exciting field of EMS!

For more information see the event website:

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Have you heard of Start College Now opportunities? If not, speak to your school counselor and see what post-secondary and college credit programs you can get started now in high school.


At Northwood Technical College, all Gerontology program courses can be done virtually and fits well into opportunities for health science students to begin taking a course or complete an entire career pathway certificate under the Start College Now framework.

As a future health professional, learn about the aging population and gain skills to advance you in your field of interest. 


For more information on the Northwood Technical College Gerontology Program and courses, click on this LINK to access the flyer! 


The Respite Care Provider Training (RCPT) is designed for people interested in providing respite care to individuals with varying disabilities and ages across the lifespan. It is an entry-level training program suitable for individuals who have never provided respite before and individuals who are currently respite providers. Learners can work at their own pace to complete the ten required online courses, stopping and starting as needed. There is no cost for the courses in this program. 


Upon completing the RCAW Respite Care Provider Training, learners will earn a certificate of completion of 7 hours. They will also be offered the opportunity to be added to the Wisconsin Respite Care Registry, available to primary caregivers to search for Respite Care Providers in their community.


This FREE registry connects those needing respite care with respite care providers. Direct care professionals or providers can sign up to be found as a respite care provider and find meaningful caregiver jobs, and primary caregivers can search this database for in-home or agency-based respite care providers that most closely meets their needs.

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