Educational Institutions

HOSA-Future Health Professionals

  • Southlake, TX
  • www.hosa.org

Mission Statement

Educational services
Prepare students enrolled in health science or biomedical science to be future health professionals by providing members with opportunities to enhance their technical skills learned in the classroom with opportunities to develop, practice and refine their leadership and teaming capabilities as a HOSA chapter member or officer, participate in a competitive event to seek recognition in a technical skills area, to participate in HOSA conferences and events to further develop, practice and refine their 21st Century Skills to improve their career and college readiness.

Main Programs

  1. HOSA Competitive Events
  2. HOSA Scholarship Program
Service Areas

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International

ruling year

1982

Executive Director since 1984

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Jimmy Glen Koeninger PhD

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Also Known As

HOSA-Future Health Profesionals

EIN

51-0249380

 Number

2972410927

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Vocational Technical (B30)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

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Program 1

HOSA Competitive Events

HOSA offers 58 competitive events based on content gained in the classroom to become a future health professional in medicine, nursing, dental, veterinary science, etc.

Category

Health Care

Population(s) Served

Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)

Young Adults (20-25 years)

Budget

Program 2

HOSA Scholarship Program

Donors are recruited to offer scholarships to HOSA members who are graduating from high school and pursuing a career in the health professions. Applicants must have a profile with STEM Premier, an online platform for career and college ready graduates.

Category

Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking

Population(s) Served

Youth/Adolescents only (14 - 19 years)

Young Adults (20-25 years)

Budget

$100,000

Service Areas

Self-reported

International

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HEALTH OCCUPATIONS STUDENTS OF AMERICA
Fiscal year: Aug 01-Jul 31
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HOSA-Future Health Professionals

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Executive Director

Jimmy Glen Koeninger PhD

BIO

Jim Koeninger has 49 years of experience in public education, higher education, corporate training and development, association management and strategic partnerships between government (federal, state and local) and corporations (for profit and non-profit).

In 1965, Jim completed a Bachelor of Arts at Central State University in Oklahoma while serving as a retail management trainee at Montgomery Wards at Penn Square in Oklahoma City. His interest in teaching retailing led to three-years of teaching retailing in a high school vocational program in a rural community (Stigler, OK), then, moving to an urban high school (Oklahoma City). During the three years of high school teaching, Jim completed a Master of Science at Oklahoma State University and applied for an Instructor of Marketing position at Central State University where he taught for two years prior to attending The Ohio State University.

Following completion of a Ph.D. program at The Ohio State University, Jim held business and education faculty positions in Colorado, Texas and his home state of Oklahoma.

Jim and his wife, Karen, were the co-founders of Corporate Education Resources, Inc. (CERI), a management consulting group that provided management services to HOSA-Future Health Professionals since 1984. CERI (formerly known as Leadership Development Institute) was founded in 1976 and conducted scores of summer camps, weekend retreats, workshops and regional conferences for high school and college students to develop their personal, leadership and teaming skills. The largest percentage of LDI camp participants were members of career and technical student organizations including HOSA, DECA, FBLA-PBL, TSA, SkillsUSA, as well as other student organizations like Student Council, National Honor Society, etc.

Jim and Karen narrowed their activities to delivering management services to two non-profit organizations—HOSA-Future Health Professionals (200,000 members) and JAG-Jobs for America's Graduates (48,000 students). Since 1984, Jim has served as Executive Director of HOSA-Future Health Professionals.

Jim served as the lead designer and facilitator of the Walton Institute and the Advanced Leadership Development Program, funded by Sam and Helen Walton over an 18-year period for Walmart Stores, Inc. In addition, Jim was the designer of the Arkansas Leadership Academy for superintendents and principals through the University of Arkansas.

He authored numerous articles, monographs, training programs, videos, media productions and training manuals. With the McGraw-Hill Book Company, Jim was the lead co-author of a unique classroom simulation package called Jeffrey's Retail Simulation.

Jim enjoys playing golf and table tennis, when time permits, and spending time with his four grandchildren—Quentin, Jake, Violet and Cole. Karen and he reside in Trophy Club and the office is located in Southlake, Texas. Jim truly believes, "The best is yet to be!"


Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Lloyd DeVault

Florida HOSA State Association

Term: Jan 2016 - Jan 2017

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