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Welcome To The Exhibitor Hall



INSTRUCTIONS: Student members and chapter advisors are eligible to participate. Complete Option #1 or #2 and you will be entered in a prize drawing. Multiple individuals will win! Prize winners will be contacted following SLC to be mailed a prize!

Option #1: Email an SLC Expo exhibitor with any specific questions or comments you have for their virtual exhibitor booth. Include on the email in addition to contacting the exhibitor. 

Option #2: Explore 5 different exhibitors and email back one piece of information you learned about each exhibitor from visiting their virtual booth. Send the email to:

**Special Note: Medical Mystery clues are located on this page!

Exhibitor Directory

Chippewa Valley Technical College
Foundation Fighting Blindness
Herzing University
Northcentral Technical College
University of Wisconsin
Stevens Point
University of Wisconsin
Versiti Blood Center
Wisconsin Health Literacy
Concordia University 
Fox Valley Technical College
Madison College
MCW Pharmacy School
Edgewood College
Gateway Technical College
Mount Mary University
UAB School of Health Professions
University of Wisconsin
Eau Claire 
Wisconsin Indianhead
Technical College
UW-Madison Physician Assistant Program
WI Academy of Nutrition
and Dietetics
Wisconsin Illinois Senior
Housing Inc
Wisconsin Area Health
Education Center (AHEC)


Concordia University

Concordia School of Pharmacy develops pharmacists who are servant leaders dedicated to providing patient-centered care that improves the health of communities in rural and urban areas.

Pre-Pharmacy/Early Assurance Brochure: PRE-PHARMACY 

Early Assurance Info: PharmD Early Assurance Pathways 

Prerequisite Coursework: Concordia University Wisconsin 

Kaylan Gaines, Director of Recruitment & Admissions

Nancy A. Stoehr


Edgewood College

Edgewood College is a comprehensive undergraduate and graduate Dominican Catholic college in Madison Wisconsin. Edgewood College serves over 2000 students and offers 60 undergraduate degree options including Nursing and Health Science majors as well as pre-professional degree programs.

Edgewood College Website

Amber Schultz
(608) 663-2328


Henry Predolin School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Matthew Jurvelin
(608) 663-6794

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Foundation Fight Blindness

We are the world's largest funder of retinal degenerative research, driving research to find  preventions, treatments, and vision restoration for the spectrum of degenerative retinal diseases, specifically macular degeneration – including age related macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, Usher syndrome, Stargardt disease and Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA). Together these conditions affect more than 10 million Americans and millions more throughout the world.


Steve Sroka
(847) 549-1477

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Fox Valley Technical College

Fox Valley Technical College®



Carrie Thompson

Associate Dean Health Division


Gateway Technical College

Gateway Technical College provides high-tech, hands-on training to prepare future health professionals to enter the career field through lab, simulation and clinical experiences. 


Health Programs Resources

Earn College Credit while in High School at Gateway

2021-2022 Gateway High School Nursing Academy

(open to seniors in the 21-22 school year)

Nursing Infographic

Medical Assistant Infographic

Katie Graf, Assistant Director, College Access Partnerships

Morgan Kaiser, Director Simulation and Skills Operations


Herzing University

Herzing University is a private, nonprofit University with three campuses and an online campus available in the state of Wisconsin.  At Herzing, you are offered personalization and support to help you earn your Healthcare degree and advance your career. We specialize in Nursing degrees offering all levels from LPN, BSN and a Associates in General studies pre nursing.


Diploma in Practical Nursing 

Associates in General Studies and Pre Nursing

Bachelors of Science in Nursing

Associates in Nursing to MSN (RN-MSN) 

Erin Ginn, Sr. Director of Admissions 



Kristen Hoffman, Workforce Development and Partnership Manager

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MCW Pharmacy School

The MCW Pharmacy School will prepare you to become the pharmacist of the future, fulfilling the increasing demand for pharmacists capable of providing a broader range of patient care services. As one of the few pharmacy schools in the country offering a three-year Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree located on an academic medical center, and featuring a Dual Degree Undergraduate Program, MCW’s Pharmacy School will provide you with the experience you need to be an innovator and an advocate for providing greater access to primary and preventative care for patients in as little as six years. You’ll gain early and extensive exposure to a variety of clinical settings and world-class research across a range of specialties. 

MCW School of Pharmacy Website

MCW School of Pharmacy – Undergraduate Dual Degree Program

MCW School of Pharmacy – Chat with current pharmacy students

MCW School of Pharmacy - Virtual Tour

Undergraduate Dual Degree Program Info Session

Steven Broadway

(414) 955-2646



Mount Mary University


Mount Mary Overview





Help People Sooner



Occupational Therapy

Sample Four-year Plans

Stephanie Chadek, Recruiting Marketing Manager




North Central Technical College

Northcentral Technical College 

Health Science Programs 

Experience Wausau (Main Campus) in Virtual Reality.

Brad Gast

Dean of Business & Industry and Continuing Ed



Rachel Alwin



Healthcare Organization/Hospital System

About ThedaCare

ThedaCare Wisconsin HOSA Presentation Video

Lauren Aman

(920) 454-4246

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UAB School of Health Professions

UAB SHP delivers educational programs to prepare health personnel who will improve the services in health care and the systems through which these services are provided. 

Degree options in the School of Health Professions include undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs sponsored by five academic departments – Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences (PA), Health Services Administration, Nutrition Sciences, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy. In addition, minors, certificates, and post-doctoral fellowships are available in some specialized areas. The School sponsors more than 25 degree and certificate options.

UAB Website

Chat with a Recruiter

UAB SHP Student Viewbook

Wendy Scripps

1(205) 441-2604


University of Wisconsin Stevens Point

The School of Health Sciences and Wellness at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point prepares students to help people live more healthfully in a variety of high-demand occupations. Our students study the science behind health and the art of how to help people get there.


School of Health Sciences and Wellness

Tiff Akins, Academic and Career Adviser


Becky Konietzki, Academic and Career Adviser



University of Wisconsin Eau Claire

A heart for caring and a head for business

If you are looking to pair your business skills with an opportunity to help others, health care administration is a fantastic career option. Nationally recognized, the growing program is known for providing students with a top-notch education and meaningful professional experience. 


Health Care Administration Program

Kiki Beschorner



UW Madison Physician Assistant Program

General Information Session 

What Makes a Competitive Applicant?


What is a Physician Assistant?

Erin McCarthy Orth

Student Services Program Manager/Director of Admissions

School of Medicine and Public Health

Phone: 608-263-5620


University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

The Partners for Health (College of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, and the Zilber School of Public Health) are a group at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee dedicated to educating diverse, well-rounded individuals interested in health equity, healthcare, and community health. We have a variety of majors from Kinesiology, Biomedical Sciences, Public Health, Nursing, pre-med, and much more!

Partners for Health

College of Health Sciences

College of Nursing

School of Public Health

You Visit Tour

Kelsi Faust

(920) 358-4210

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Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College

As Northwest Wisconsin’s leader in technical education, WITC creates dynamic opportunities for career preparation and personal effectiveness. We are committed to making each and every experience with us meaningful and professional. Students in the Gerontology-Aging Services Professional Program will acquire comprehensive and interdisciplinary training to prepare graduates to work with older adults in a variety of positions and in diverse settings such as community, non-profit and government agencies, counseling centers, adult care, memory care, senior centers, home health care, assisted living, long-term care, nursing homes, group homes, hospitals, hospice, and business and industry. This innovative and flexible program blends online, virtual, and in-person experiential learning with community-based fieldwork and is designed to fit into busy life schedules.

WITC Website

Associate Degree - Gerontology

Careers in Gerontology

GERO for Healthcare Professionals Certificate

GERO WITC Impact Publications

Jennifer Ellis Biography

Jennifer Ellis

(215) 290-8077


Wisconsin Academy of

Nutrition and Dietetics

Affiliate of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, a professional organization for dietitians and dietetic technicians in WI.

WAND Website - Eat Right Wisconsin

Cassie Vanderwall

1(847) 707-6145


Versiti Blood Center

Versiti is a fusion of donors, scientific curiosity, and precision medicine that recognize the gifts of blood and life are precious. We are home to the world-renowned Blood Research Institute, we enable life saving gifts from our donors, and provide the science behind the medicine through our diagnostic laboratories. We are Blood Health Innovators who enhance lives through discovery, diagnosis, and treatment.

Versiti Website






Donor Chair Login

Find a Blood Drive

VersiPASS (Online Questions)

Lauren Sanders Fleming

(608) 556-6695


Wisconsin Illinois Senior Housing Inc.



Wisconsin Area Health Education Center


Wisconsin AHEC improves access to quality health care by developing community-based health professions training programs and enhancing health education resources across the state.



Wisconsin Health Literacy, a division of Wisconsin Literacy, Inc., promotes clear communication between those who give and those who receive health information.  WHL provides training and consultation for health and social service professionals and organizations across the state.  WHL partners with community organizations to offer easy-to-understand health education programs. 

Health Literacy Services: Wisconsin Health Literacy Services

Caitlyn Mowatt

Project Manager 


Wisconsin Health Literacy

Medical Mystery Clues Released

Clue 4: Quincy also said that Amber-Ray looked really dizzy and weak after her event. She called their HOSA Advisor, and right when she got there, Amber-Ray fainted. They immediately took her to the emergency room.

Clue 6: We also discovered that Amber-Ray was coughing shortly before fainting. The room attendant to her competitive events room mentioned how other competitors were complaining about Amber-Ray’s constant cough. When the room attendant offered Amber-Ray a bottle of water, Amber-Ray quickly drank it all and her cough soon subsided. The room attendant believes that her cough occurred because she had a dry throat caused by the Texas heat.

Clue 7: When we questioned the room attendant, he mentioned that Amber-Ray left her competitive events room stumbling. According to the room attendant, Amber-Ray had her hands out and would walk very slowly as if she was unsure as to where things were. When the room attendant offered to help Amber-Ray walk, she waved him off telling him that her vision was a little off and that if she went and took a quick nap she would be all fine.

Clue 8: We talked with the friends that Amber-Ray was facetiming to see if they could tell a little bit about her past. According to her friends, Amber-Ray took extra AP courses her sophomore and junior years. Because she had so much to study, Amber-Ray had to give up being on the volleyball team. She was super upset about it, and really stressed about school.

Clue 9: We talked to one of Amber-Ray’s friends, Val Vagus, who was sitting next to her on the bus ride to the Opening Session. According to Val, Amber-Ray was rubbing around her eyes a lot. He only noticed because her mascara got smudged, but when he tried to help her fix it, she said the entire area around her eyes hurt really bad. She didn’t get much sleep the night before because she was preparing for her speech.

Clue 13: After waking up, Quincy remembers that she felt super refreshed. According to her, the pillows on her bed were like soft heavenly clouds. However, when she asked Amber-Ray if she slept well, Amber-Ray stated that her neck was super stiff and that the pillows were the worst. When Quincy checked Amber-Ray’s pillow, it was surprising because it was the exact same ones as the ones she slept with. At first Quincy thought Amber-Ray was just very picky with pillow, but now is wondering if this has something to do with her fainting.

Clue 14: We received the MRI scans from the hospital. The doctor said she was suspicious of a certain condition but was hesitant because it’s so uncommon in girls Amber-Ray’s age.

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Can you solve the medical mystery?

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