WELCOME TO WI HSEA
Welcome to Wisconsin Health Sciences Educators Association (WI HSEA). In partnership with Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, National Consortium for Health Science Education, HSEA, and other community partners, we provide leadership for:
Advancing CTE - Health Science Education (including biomedical sciences) programming
Identifying program challenges, needs and gaps, and supporting solutions to address issues
Establishing a HOSA Chapter
If you are a health science or biomedical science teacher and would like to start a HOSA chapter at your school, contact your HOSA State Advisor, Christina Patrin at firstname.lastname@example.org, regarding affiliating your school and students with the state association and national organization.
October 26-28, 2022 in Charleston, S.C.
The conference will be held in person. Three days of professional development full of innovation, best practice content to enhance your health science curriculum delivery, build quality health science programs, create meaningful student experiences, and meet the needs of educators. Hear from exciting keynote speakers, engage with a packed exhibitor area, individual breakout sessions, and plenty of networking opportunities!
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WI HSEA will be attending HOSA State
2022 Fall Conference - November 11th, 2022
Best Western in Eau Claire, WI
Thursday, November 10th
DPI updates and HOSA Advisor Reception in the evening.
Friday, November 11th
More information to come.
ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING DATES FOR 2021-2022
Committee members the meeting link will be sent to your email.
The remaining meetings will be held on the first Monday of each month at 7:00 PM
- Monday, March 7th
- Monday, April 4th
- Monday, May 2nd
Are you interested in learning more about what we do? Do you have suggestions for how we can help you as a Health Science / Biomedical Educator? Want to join our team? Look for our booth at HOSA State on April 10-12.
To advance the growth and success of students in Wisconsin Health Sciences classes/programs by supporting classroom teachers with impactful resources and creating an avenue to communicate with teachers from across the state, sharing best practices.
To build, grow, and enhance successful Health Sciences programs in Wisconsin.