Planning is underway for the Missouri HOSA 2020 State Leadership Conference scheduled for March 23-24, 2020 in Rolla, Missouri. Registration will open on Friday, December 20, 2019 and will close on Saturday, February 1, 2020. Registration fees for all participants will be $65.00 and must be paid to Missouri HOSA, ATTN: Shelly Wehmeyer, 5th Floor, P.O. Box 480, Jefferson City, MO 65102. In order to register, a chapter must be in good standing and all members must be affiliated.
For an all-inclusive document to assist you through the registration process, please use the Missouri HOSA 2020 SLC Registration Checklist.
All registered participants will need a Medical Liability Release and Code of Conduct form on file at their local chapter. In order to assure everyone completes these forms, please require all HOSA local chapter members to submit these forms to you with affiliation.
The Missouri HOSA Chapter Assurance Form is due by February 1, 2020. Please send this form to Haley Richardson at Haley.Richardson@dese.mo.gov. She may be reached at 573-751-3872.
Please see below for information regarding the State Leadership Conference. This same information will be shared on the Missouri HOSA website, which can be found at https://www.missourihosa.org/.
A list of hotels with conference blocked room rates is available. Please note that as Missouri HOSA partners with additional hotels, a revised document may be sent out. Other surrounding area lodging options are attached in a separate document.
You can find the Missouri HOSA 2020 State Leadership Conference Recognition Event Guidelines and Deadlines to the bottom right. Please pay close attention to deadlines and make sure that you, as the Local Chapter Advisor, approve all activities entered by members by the posted deadline.
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Special Talent Request
You probably have HOSA members with special talents in your Chapter and Missouri HOSA is searching for them!
Missouri HOSA is recruiting singers and performers for the Opening General Session of the State Leadership Conference on March 23-24, 2020. Missouri HOSA is looking for talented singers and performers to participate by singing either the National Anthem or another patriotic or inspirational song of choice. If you are interested, please send a YouTube link to Missouri HOSA. The deadline for entries is February 15, 2020. If selected, the performer will sing/perform at the Opening General Session at the Missouri HOSA 2020 State Leadership Conference. You may email a link or questions to Shelly Wehmeyer, Missouri HOSA State Advisor, at Shelly.Wehmeyer@dese.mo.gov. In the subject line, please write “MISSOURI HOSA 2019 SLC SPECIAL TALENT” and then attach the YouTube link within the email. Please record both songs (National Anthem and Patriotic/Inspirational song of choice) if you wish to be considered for either opportunity. Be sure the HOSA member includes: full name, school, local chapter advisor name, address and phone number.
ANNOUNCING NICK SCOTT AS THE OPENING SPEAKER
At the age of 16, Nick Scott was an ordinary teenager with an interest in athletics, when a near fatal traffic accident changed life as he knew it...forever. After the accident Nick became overweight and discouraged, but somehow found the determination, mindset and personal strength to transform his life from a debilitating tragedy into a personal triumph. Now he uses those hard-won insights to help others awaken the beast within themselves and achieve their personal goals.
As a professional speaker, author, professional bodybuilder, wheelchair ballroom dancer, and personal trainer, Nick Scott uses his enthusiasm, vision, convictions, abilities, and life experience to reach out, to inspire and give hope to others, especially those unaware of the personal strength they can tap into if only they will believe and try. Nick's sheer strength of will has helped transform thousands of individuals - from professional athletes to senior executives - as well as organizations and corporations across the country. Nick inspires others to break through to new levels of peak performance and success.
Vested in helping others, Nick Scott speaks honestly from the heart of his passion, combined with expert knowledge and personal experience. He blows people away with his vision, ambition, and the speed at which he implements his philosophies and ideas. Speaking as an individual with a physical disability, Nick Scott shares the message:
"Success Is Not A Destination; Success Is The Journey!"