LCHS HOSA

LCHS HOSA

Kolby Flores is a 2020 LCHS graduate who took HOSA his senior year while attending Lamar. He tells us how HOSA helped him pursue the career he is currently studying in college. Kolby is thrilled to study nursing for either a registered nurse or a family practitioner.

HOSA “is a medical club, where you are able to learn and volunteer to help your understanding in pursuing a career in health science,” Kolby said. HOSA gives students a great opportunity to explore their horizons and gives them an idea of what they want to do once they are done with college, especially if they are looking to get into the medical field.

“I joined HOSA because one of my friends was in it and because I needed service hours” Kolby said. He was still undecided of what he wanted to do before he joined Hosa. But after being in HOSA for a couple of months and learning about different medical professions he realized that he really enjoyed helping people and wanted to pursue a career in the medical field.

“I’m a freshman in Wharton County Junior College studying to get my bachelors and master’s degree for nursing. I’m still undecided on whether or not I want to be a registered nurse or a family practitioner,” Kolby said. HOSA educated students and helped them look more into other professions they didn’t even know they would end up enjoying. HOSA helped Kolby Flores become the person he is now and who we will be in the future once he’s done studying to become a nurse, so one day he will be a registered nurse or a family practitioner once he figures out which one he enjoys the most.