RCC students place at HOSA competition


Courtesy photos Students in Richmond Community College’s Charter Health Occupational Professionals group, referred to as HOSA, attended the State HOSA Leadership Conference in Greensboro. These students were among the 10,000 competitors demonstrating health career skills. Carla Howard, right, of Rockingham, placed first in nursing assistant; Analuz Carrillo, left, of Norman, placed third in job seeking skills; and Tamara Nelson (not pictured), of Rockingham, placed in the top 10 in medical terminology.


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Students in Richmond Community College’s Charter Health Occupational Professionals group, referred to as HOSA, attended the State HOSA Leadership Conference in Greensboro. These students were among the 10,000 competitors demonstrating health career skills. Carla Howard, right, of Rockingham, placed first in nursing assistant; Analuz Carrillo, left, of Norman, placed third in job seeking skills; and Tamara Nelson (not pictured), of Rockingham, placed in the top 10 in medical terminology.

Courtesy photos Students in Richmond Community College’s Charter Health Occupational Professionals group, referred to as HOSA, attended the State HOSA Leadership Conference in Greensboro. These students were among the 10,000 competitors demonstrating health career skills. Carla Howard, right, of Rockingham, placed first in nursing assistant; Analuz Carrillo, left, of Norman, placed third in job seeking skills; and Tamara Nelson (not pictured), of Rockingham, placed in the top 10 in medical terminology.
http://yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_rcc_leadershipstudents.jpgCourtesy photos Students in Richmond Community College’s Charter Health Occupational Professionals group, referred to as HOSA, attended the State HOSA Leadership Conference in Greensboro. These students were among the 10,000 competitors demonstrating health career skills. Carla Howard, right, of Rockingham, placed first in nursing assistant; Analuz Carrillo, left, of Norman, placed third in job seeking skills; and Tamara Nelson (not pictured), of Rockingham, placed in the top 10 in medical terminology.
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