Conduct at any HOSA function, whether it is a general session
or in the cleanliness of a sleeping room, should make a positive
contribution to the reputation of HOSA. Advisors should check rooms
before departure from the hotel to ensure that they are left in good
condition. Delegates are responsible for any vandalism to hotel rooms
or property and will be expected to pay any and all damages incurred.
Conference Name Badges
Conference name badges must be worn at all times. For conference
activities, wear your name badge in plain sight to ensure your
admittance to conference functions. The name badge serves as the entry
to all official conference functions including general sessions, business
session, workshops, and for bus transportation to competitive event
sites. For security purposes, do not wear the conference badge while
touring the city. Replacement badges are $5 and can be obtained at
the Conference Headquarters with proper identification.
General Session Tickets
Delegates must have tickets to attend the Opening General
Session, Recognition Session and the Awards Session. Only
registered delegates and guests may attend the General Sessions
and entertainment activities. Your conference name badge will
serve as your admission ticket to all Educational Symposiums and
entertainment activities. Please remember that seating for Educational
Symposiums is on a first-come, first-served basis while space is available.
Local and State Advisors’ Orientation Meeting
All local and state advisors are encouraged to attend the orientation
meeting on Wednesday from 1:30-2:30 p.m. in Governor’s North
Ballroom. All conference chairmen will be present. Any changes in
the program will be given at this time. This orientation is provided to
ensure a smooth-running competitive events program and conference.
2016 Conference Information
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