Press Release

Released February 12th, 2016

Learning House and HOSA-Future Health Professionals Partner to Make Health Care Education More Accessible and Affordable

Education services provider and international student organization will facilitate the development of health care professionals

Louisville, Ky. – (February 12, 2016)

The Learning House, Inc., and HOSA-Future Health Professionals have partnered to make education accessible and affordable for students pursing careers in health professions. Learning House plans to sponsor a scholarship program for HOSA student members, advisors and alumni. The scholarship is due to launch later this year. Learning House will also facilitate educational symposiums and workshops at the HOSA International Leadership Conference, held in Nashville, Tenn., June 22-25. The conference focuses on advancing student members’ insight to postsecondary academic programs leading to health professions.

“We are most appreciative of the customized Partner Plus program developed by Learning House to help our HOSA members find the school and program that works best for their career aspirations,” said Dr. Jim Koeninger, Executive Director, HOSA-Future Health Professionals. “We are especially pleased with the tuition reduction benefit of Partner Plus as well as our members being able to complete their collegiate program of choice 100 percent online.”

HOSA-Future Health Professionals is an international student organization whose mission is to enhance the delivery and quality of health by providing skills and leadership development for health science education students. With over to 200,000 members, HOSA has global reach with 48 state associations and membership in American Samoa, Germany, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Canada and Italy. Learning House supports colleges and universities in developing and delivering online programs. In addition, Learning House has a portfolio of corporate partnerships, including its Partner Plus services, which help industries develop and retain a skilled workforce through tuition reductions at a network of regionally accredited, not-for-profit colleges and universities. Vocational education also is a part of the Learning House brand, with coding bootcamps offered both online and on ground.

“Learning House is well-positioned to support HOSA in preparing the next generation of health professionals through its academic partnerships. By working together, we can advance workforce skill to meet current and future labor demands,” said Mona Morales, Director of Strategic Initiatives for Learning House. “HOSA is an exceptional and dynamic organization whose work has a positive impact for students and the health industry. I am thrilled to shape this professional coalition to advance workforce initiatives in health.”

Throughout the partnership, Learning House and HOSA will continue to seek new and innovative ways to support career and technical progression.

HOSA, a federally recognized career and technical student organization, enhances the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing members with personal, leadership and technical skills needed for success in their chosen health professions.

The Learning House, Inc., offers a full suite of educational services. Custom corporate solutions deliver programs designed to develop a skilled workforce for any industry. Through Partner Plus, Learning House helps employers improve training and retention through tuition discounts to a network of regionally accredited, not-for-profit colleges and universities.

Media Contact:

Laura Sheppard
Chief of Staff, HOSA-Future Health Professionals
(972) 874-0062

Mona Morales
Director of Strategic Initiatives, The Learning House, Inc.
(502) 572-4213

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