CTE Month: Successful Blood Drive Hosted by EHS HOSA

student giving blood

Eastmark High School's (EHS) Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) chapter made history this school year by hosting the largest blood drive ever seen at Eastmark! Surpassing their initial goal of forty-five donors, this event achieved an impressive 137% of the blood product goal. The potential impact of these donations is substantial, potentially saving up to 97 lives in the local community’s hospitals.

HOSA's core mission is to promote career opportunities in the healthcare industry and to contribute to the community's health and well-being. By organizing the blood drive, HOSA students demonstrated their commitment to fostering leadership skills and engagement in healthcare-related activities. Their contributions to this critical event were successful and highly appreciated.

“Organizing a blood drive allows HOSA members to give back to the community by contributing to a critical need in healthcare,” says HOSA club advisor Rachel Connary. “Donating blood saves lives, and by hosting a blood drive, HOSA members actively participate in this life-saving effort.”

In hosting this blood drive, HOSA members not only gave back to the community but actively participated in a life-saving endeavor. Their dedication and commitment exemplify the spirit of service and leadership that defines the HOSA organization.

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