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Premier Partner Award




?This award is given to an organization, group, or individual who has made a tremendous impact on Nebraska HOSA | Future Health Professionals. This award was first presented to Bryan College of Health Sciences in 2014.

Premier Partner Award Recipients

2016: University of Nebraska Medical Center 

The University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) has gone above and beyond in their efforts to provide Nebraska HOSA with endless opportunities to further development the professional skills and abilities of their future health professionals. The 2016 Nebraska HOSA State Leadership Conference (SLC) would not have been a success without the continued support of UNMC. This organization has given countless volunteer hours planning, organizing, setting up, and conducting competitive events and our entire SLC. The University of Nebraska Medical Center's mission is to lead the world in transforming lives to create a healthy future for all individuals and communities through premier educational programs, innovative research and extraordinary patient care. 

2015:  Northeast Community College

Northeast Community College has developed an outstanding partnership with Nebraska HOSA.  In 2014 Heather Claussen approached Nebraska HOSA with the offer of hosting the 2015 State Leadership Conference.  This organization donated countless volunteer hours to planning, organizing, judging, presenting, speaking, and facilitating our 2015 State Leadership Conference.  Northeast Community College help create a fantastic Nebraska HOSA State Leadership Conferences  for our Future Health Professionals.  They will continue hosting HOSA Future Health Professional events and providing students with professional development, networking, and leadership experiences.  Northeast Community College is a visionary organization helping to build a pipeline of health professionals throughout Nebraska. 

2014: Bryan College of Health Sciences

Bryan College of Health Sciences has fostered a wonderful relationship with Nebraska HOSA and its members. In 2013, Kelli Blackman, Director of Admissions, and her team opened ?their doors to host Nebraska HOSA's Fall Leadership Conference. Students were given opportunities to gain hands on nursing skills, participate in simulator demonstrations, discover the cadaver laboratory, and even see plastinates. This opportunity helped open the eyes of many Nebraska HOSA members to opportunities available in the health science industry. They continue to serve as an advocate for Nebraska HOSA and host for conferences. Bryan College of Health Science is truly invested in Future Health Professionals and Nebraska HOSA!