Radiologic Technology Success Stories
Graduate's Hard Work Rewarded
Meet Shelbi Smith. She is a 2010 graduate of the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College Radiologic Technology program. As a full time student, she maintained part-time jobs at The Christ Hospital as a student tech and Kids First Sports Center as a Coach. Upon her graduation in June 2010, she gained employment at Doctor's Urgent Care in Milford and in two years was promoted to lead technologist. She now works full-time at Mercy Health Partners, Deerfield, as Lead Technologist.
At age 22, she enjoys being able to work in the health care field with such a prestigious company, where she has plenty of room for growth. This is just another example of a successful graduate of the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College Radiologic Technology program.
Meet Two Of Our Successful Grads
Meet Sarah Bleh and Carl Christen. They have a lot in common. For starters, they are both 2011 graduates of the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College Radiologic Technology program.
While taking courses to become Radiographers, Sarah and Carl were hired as student technologist assistants at The Christ Hospital, where they also performed a majority of their clinical experience. Upon graduation, they each moved into staff radiographer positions. As "new" as these two individuals were to the radiology department, it did not prevent Sarah from being named Employee of the Quarter, and for Carl to receive Honorable Mention for the commendable accolade.
As a student, Sarah won a student leadership essay competition through the American Society of Radiologic Technologists. She was awarded an all-expense paid trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to attend the 2011 ASRT Educational Symposium and Annual Governance and House of Delegates meeting. Sarah was one of only fifty students nationwide to receive this recognition.
Sarah and Carl were exceptional students, and have become excellent radiographers. Both are currently enrolled in the Radiation Science Technology degree program at UCBA. These two individuals can certainly be described "successful graduates."
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