Congratulations to our new officers!!
Meridian Technology Center HOSA Chapter
Nearby schools & colleges
S Sangre Road
LIFE Adult Day Healthcare Center
Full time - M-F 9:30AM - 5:30PM
Check out our;
Come join our team! For application, please contact Jacqui Lutterbie at 377-0978, or [email protected]
ADEA’s Division of Educational Pathways (ADEA DEP) is looking for a creative and enthusiastic Fall Fellow with an interest in pursuing dental hygiene to provide outreach, marketing and communications support for ADEA DEP’s recruitment initiatives around engaging and interesting students in the dental hygiene profession.
The purpose of the HOSA organization is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies t
HOSA assists members to:
• Develop effective leadership qualities and skills
• Build self-confidence, motivation and enthusiasm
• Strengthen their academic and technical skills
• Create friendships and social networks
• Participate in community service activities
• Set realistic career and educational goals
• Expand communication and teamwork skills
• Develop workplace readiness skills
Operating as usual
The 2024 Coca-Cola Scholars Program application is now open
The deadline to submit is 5 pm Eastern on Monday, October 2, 2023
Programs - Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Seeking visionary leaders. Apply for part of $3.1 million in scholarships for high school seniors and two-year community college students.
Do you know a student between the ages of 14-17 who would be the perfect fit for Stillwater Medical's Youth Volunteer Program? This is an amazing, resume-worthy opportunity...
This eight-week program provides the opportunity for youth volunteers to learn about having compassion for others while gaining experience supporting patients, families, and staff in a hospital setting. In addition to the hospital setting, volunteers can also gain experience in the retail business by volunteering in the gift shop or snack bar.
As a volunteer, you won't be doing any actual medical procedures or advising patients. You'll simply be there to help with more basic tasks (such as delivering things and helping visitors and patients find their way around the hospital).
The 2023 session will begin on June 5th and end on July 28th. Applications are now being accepted.
Share this post to let others know about this opportunity.
Stillwater Public Schools | Stillwater News Press | Visit Stillwater | Stillwater Chamber of Commerce | Stillwater Makes A Change
Know a student interested in a healthcare career?
Applications for Stillwater Medical Foundation’s High School Fellowship Program will open on Wednesday, March 1st. This year’s recipients will be the 40th class to complete the six-week program.
Students may apply from the summer before their junior year of high school to the summer before their freshman year of college. Students must also be 16 years of age by June 1st.
During the program, the fellows shadow physicians, nurses and allied health professionals at Stillwater Medical Center and area clinics. They also observe surgeries, births, and emergency treatment at SMC.
2022 fellow, Ceyda Kara, described, “The doctors I met all told me that they were in this field for the patients. That without the love they held for them, they wouldn’t bother doing hours of paperwork even after their shift was over. Yes, it is the love for science and medicine that made them doctors, but it was their love and passion for humanity that made them into great ones.”
The program includes field trips to both of Oklahoma’s medical schools as well as specialized centers like Dean McGee Eye Institute, the Oklahoma Blood Institute, Integris’ Paul Silverstein Burn & Wound Care Unit, and the Oklahoma Cancer Specialists and Research Institute. Students have also visited Behavioral Sciences at OUHSC and the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy.
The High School Fellowship program was created by the late Dr. Orville Rippy. It was his dream to help introduce young adults to the wide variety of careers in healthcare. Upon his retirement in 1983, he asked friends and family to establish the Rippy Fellowship.
In the mid 90’s, Dr. Robert Breedlove started an endowment for the Breedlove Fellowship after several years of having Rippy Fellows shadowing in his office. At the same time, Dr. Glen Henry, the 1987 Rippy Fellow, and his mother, Glenna Franklin Cramer, started the Franklin Fellowship in memory of Bill Franklin.
In 2019, retired nurse and hospital volunteer, Sue McMillan, created an endowment for the McMillan Fellowship, making a total of four student experiences each summer.
Students are encouraged to apply starting on March 1 by visiting https://smc-foundation.org/education/high-school-fellowships/
My Favorite Book The Oklahoma Center for the Book invites readers in Grades 4–12 to write a letter to the author of a favorite book, expressing how the book affected them personally. Cash prizes will be awarded to first, second, and third place entries in three grade levels.
💚Hero of the Week! Thank you, Steve!💙
"1 year ago I got a once-in-a-lifetime experience to watch the Braves play in a World Series in Houston, Texas. 1 year later I got called back to San Antonio, Texas where my stem cells matched with a patient. has made the process a great experience and doing life-saving actions. I highly encourage everyone to sign up for the registry! I did a simple swab back in college and matched up 5 years later. I hope my stem cells treat their new home as well as they have treated me and work miracles for the recipient." -Steve
The Oklahoma HOSA state officers have been busy completing officer training this week. They were also slated into their officer positions. Congratulations to Mary Branch, Service Chair, and current Meridian BioMed student. Congratulations to Ashley Orellana Montiel, President, and graduate of Meridian from both the Pharmacy Technician and Air Conditioning & Refrigeration programs. We are excited to see what this year brings!
HOSA's annual Harvest II Food Drive has concluded. Over all we collected 3324 items! (2626 in the AM and 1298 in the PM). That exceeds our collection last year by over 1000 items and is an all time high compared to the past 4 years!
Congratulations to Mary Branch (Biomed student) and Ashley Orellana Montiel (recent pharm tech grad) on being selected for this year's Oklahoma HOSA state officer team during the Fall Leadership Conference. Our local officers also attended FLC and can't wait to share what they learned.
We're hiring! EHS is looking for several students to become part-time Event Safety Assistants. The position includes providing first aid assistance at all OSU home football games and other events on campus. Applicants must have current certification for First Aid, CPR, and AED and must be available on August 27 for paid training. Apply via http://hireosugrads.com
Congratulations to Ashley Orellana Montiel for her special recognition last night at the HOSA ILC on having the highest score on the Postsecondary Healthcare Issues Exam
Are you interested in pursuing a future in medicine? Join CollegeAdvisor Admissions Expert Marisa Peryer as she discusses how to make your application stand out to admissions officers. Marisa is a Yale alumna who received a degree in biology and science history. She has coached students through the application process for four cycles, and students she has mentored have been accepted to top schools, such as at Stanford, Yale, Princeton, and Columbia. Come ready to learn and ask questions!
The link to register for the webinar can be found in our LinkTree. We look forward to seeing you there!
📣Caregivers and LPNs wanted! Call (405)246-0888, email [email protected], or click on the link in comments to apply!
⭐Enhanced Pay Scale: $13.50- $16.50 per hour
⭐Excellent Benefits Package
⭐New Beautiful Building
⭐Impressive Resident to Caregiver Ratio
Congratulations to all competitors!
Competitor’s event check in times are also posted!
Wahoo…..SLC excitement has started!
Good luck to all OKHOSA members taking tests and submitting items to Tallo!
SLC Round 1 testing credentials will be emailed to competitors email affiliated with membership by this weekend! Good luck !
Earlier this week, our HOSA members had a meeting, where Meaghan Dorn from OBI was our guest speaker. She spoke about the importance of blood donations and the donation process itself. MTC HOSA will be holding a blood drive on March 11th. The HOSA officers presented trophies for HOSA Week-Most Spirited to the Pharmacy Technician AM and the Pharmacy Technician PM programs.
Weston relapsed and needed a second transplant. 💙💚
"Bone marrow transplant number two. We’ve been waiting for this day for a long time. We found out Weston had relapsed again back in August of last year. Leukemia had infiltrated both of his feet and there were some cells present in his spinal fluid. While it’s been an intense and difficult last six months, we’ve also experienced many moments of joy, somewhat unexpectedly. Day by day, there are moments of stillness and beauty, and always so much to be grateful for. Weston has experienced unimaginable adversity with grace and an inner-strength that’s unbelievable. Weston is the most amazing man, and I feel so blessed to be his partner. Thank you to the German man who donated his bone marrow, and is anonymous for now. Weston is doing so well and I feel so many good things are coming his way. 🥰"
Join to save others like Weston.
December meeting this FRIDAY! Don't forget to purchase your PJ pants pass and candy grams for Be the Match.
HOSA’s November meeting included guest speaker Marcikus Hammond from Be the Match, HOSA’s National Service Project, and a Friendsgiving.
We are proud to have Ashley represent Meridian Technology Center and Oklahoma HOSA
Hi :) My name is Ashley Orellana Montiel and I’m your 2021-22 Oklahoma HOSA State Chaplain. I’m a current student at Meridian Technology Center for pharmacy technician program and I want to become a Hospital Pharmacist. I am your post secondary officer for the year!
See you Monday!
It's HOSA Harvest II Time!
Congratulations to the winning classes and to all of HOSA for your efforts to raise money for Be the Match!
The MTC HOSA Officer team "shattered all expectations" at their state FLC in Norman this week!
Congratulations to Ashley Orellana Montiel for being selected as an Oklahoma State HOSA Officer for the 2021-2022 year! Ashley is in the Advanced Pharmacy Technician program at Meridian. Here is to "Shattering All Expectations!"
Today is the last day!
Proudly introducing our PM HOSA Officers!
Proudly introducing our AM HOSA Officers!
Click here to claim your Sponsored Listing.
Videos (show all)
1312 S Sangre Road
|Monday||7:30am - 10pm|
|Tuesday||7:30am - 10pm|
|Wednesday||7:30am - 10pm|
|Thursday||7:30am - 10pm|
|Friday||7:30am - 5pm|
400 S Monroe Street
Unite donor passions with university priorities to elevate the impact of @okstate.
354 Engineering North/Oklahoma State University
Our Mission The OSU Engineering and Technology Management program exists to provide accessible car
201 Advanced Technology Research Center
Dedicated to educating leaders in engineering, architecture and technology.
1500 W 7th Avenue
250 Student Union
OSU Student Arts Alliance brings the worlds greatest performers to Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Fire and Emergency Management Programs at Oklahoma State University.
1312 S Sangre Road
Educate. Enrich lives. Secure economic futures.
(no Longer Open) 308 W Franklin Lane
Oklahoma WONDERtorium is an award-winning children's museum in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Exhibits, events
1723 W Tyler
Oklahoma Fire Service Training (OFST) is an extension/outreach unit of Oklahoma State University's C
OSU Talent Development focuses on enhancing the talent of Oklahoma State University through training
P. O. Box 286
SPEF is a non-profit 501(c)(3) foundation established to provide additional support & resources to be
The Oklahoma State University student section of the American Association of Drilling Engineers was