Welcome! Here you can find information about our Mankato HOSA - Future Health Professionals organization. Throughout the year we participate in several competitive events that include Fall Delegate, Mid-Winter, State, and Nationals (for qualifiers).  Mankato HOSA also is involved in several community service projects that involve local events like charity-fun-runs or helping the local Leukemia foundation by providing funding and service hours to help complete Hats for Hope.

If you are interested in becoming a leader, HOSA is the club for you. For a great podcast discussion on being a leader, listen to this Ted Radio Hour conversation.


Our groups consists of students from both East and West high schools, competitive and volunteer students, and students interested in continuing to grow their knowledge and skills related to the healthcare field.  This group is student-led with voted members for President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Follow us on twitter or talk to our club presidents about being a member on Facebook. Join us on Remind101 to receive updates about meetings and events. Text the number 81010 the code @katohosa to join today!

This organization functions in a way

  • To promote physical, mental, and social well being.

  • To develop effective leadership qualities and skills.

  • To develop the ability to communicate more effectively with people.

  • To develop character

  • To develop responsible citizenship traits.

  • To understand the importance of pleasing oneself as well as being of service to others.

  • To build self-confidence and pride in one’s work.

  • To make realistic career choices and seek successful employment in the healthcare field.

  • To develop an understanding of the importance of interacting and cooperating with other students and organizations.

  • To encourage individual and group achievement.

  • To develop an understanding of current health issues, environmental concerns, and survival needs of the community, the nation, and the world.

  • To encourage involvement in local, state, and national health care and education projects.

  • To support Health Science Education instructional objectives.

  • To promote career opportunities in health care.
Subpages (2): Fall Delegate MRC