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Trinity Health Foundation donates $5,000 to Minot area HOSA students

The $5,000 donation to the Minot Chapter of NDHOSA will support nine students in their participation at the upcoming International Leadership Conference in Nashville.

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MINOT, N.D. • Trinity Health Foundation recently awarded $5,000 to the Minot Chapter of NDHOSA to support nine students in their participation at the upcoming International Leadership Conference in Nashville.

HOSA – Future Health Professionals is an international student-led organization focused on four core values including learning, leadership, service, and innovation.

Students build and develop their skills from middle school to college, enabling them to be more career ready when they enter their desired field. HOSA implements leadership development while maintaining focus strictly on the Health industry.

Trinity Health works closely with the organization in providing hands-on training, speakers, fundraising opportunities, and other health care educational opportunities.

“It’s critical that we support local students who have an interest in a health care career, especially given the current industry-wide shortage of care providers,” said Dusty Zimmerman, director of Trinity Health Foundation.

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“Our partnership with the Minot HOSA Chapter has created numerous opportunities for future employment and the mentorship of those desiring a healthcare career.”

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