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WRHS Be.Vital Leadership Conference
Photo Left: Delta College Medical Students present to Be.Vital Students
Photo Right: Be.Vital students participate in questions and answers.
On Friday, November 4th, over 150 WRHS Be.Vital students gathered in the small gym for the first ever Be.Vital Leadership Conference.
Be.Vital is a new program at WRHS that allows students that want to pursue a job in the medical field, to get more hands on experience through courses such as Medical English, Medical Math, and much more.
Be.Vital students are required to be a part of HOSA. Tamara Basepayne, CO-Director of the Be.Vital Academy at WRHS explains that it (HOSA) is a student led organization with students getting opportunities to experience health related Jobs and also get the opportunity to build leadership skills amongst themselves, their school, and their community.
The BLC included eight different competitions which included Nursing Assisting, Sports Medicine, Medical Math, Extemporaneous Poster, CPR First Aid, Medical Terminology, Prepared Speech, and Health Career Poster.
Supreet Sandhu, a Hosa officer, loves to see her classmates strive for placing for competitions they have never done before as she took first place in the Prepared Speech. Sandhu has plenty of experiencing placing first place last year in her first year at the Area Leadership Conference. She shares the importance of finding the right inspiration when preparing for prepared speech, “because if you don’t really have any faith in what you are saying, you are not going to be able to convey the right message.”
Joshua Campus, 1st Place in Health Careers Display and Presentation with partner Gresia Compo, was excited to have the opportunity to show his dedication toward becoming the type of physician he would love to become by the poster that was made and the patronal statement he included on the display.
The goal of the BLC is to prepare students for Leadership Conferences such as the Area Leadership Conference and State Leadership Conference. Deepa Singh, Hosa Club President, explains the importance of BLC, “it is a momentum building and confidence building thing.”
Photo Left to Right:
Supreet Sandu- 1st Place in Prepared Speech
Mykayla Ashford- Placed 1st in Extemporaneous Health Poster and 2nd in Medical Math
Joshua Campus and Gresia Compo- 1st Place in the Health Careers Display and Presentations