EHS LCTI Students Participate in 2024 PA HOSA State Leadership Conference

Ten Lehigh Career & Technical Institute students won medals, positions or recognition for their outstanding performances at this month’s state conference in Lancaster, Pa.

They were among 62 competitors from LCTI who participated in the 45th annual PENN HOSA gathering held March 13-15 at Wyndham Resort & Convention Center.

Jeremyah Arroyo, a Louis E. Dieruff High School student in the Health & Medical Sciences program, was elected to serve as secretary on the Penn HOSA State Executive Council.

Jenalyce Rosado, a Whitehall High School student in the Health & Medical Sciences program, earned state recognition for her HOSA Happenings event entry.

Jenny Rivera-Rosa, a Northwestern Lehigh High School student in the Health & Medical Sciences program, placed third in the Job Seeking Skills event.

Emerson Slaughenhoupt and  Lindsay Coursey, of Parkland and Southern Lehigh high schools, respectively, placed third in the CERT Skills event. Both girls are Criminal Justice students at LCTI.

Emmaus High School students Katelyn Butsavage, Vivienne Pinocci-Wrightsman and Caroline Shutts, alongside Whitehall students Gianna Anfuso and Joyce Yacoub, placed second in the Creative Problem Solving event. All four girls are part of LCTI’s Emerging Health Professionals program.

Thanks to their strong performances in Lancaster, all 10 students have an opportunity to travel to Houston, Texas this summer for the HOSA International Leadership Conference.

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