Wow! I can’t help but to look back at the time and think it’s almost been two years now since I decided to start my career as a radiologic technologist. I did many days of research about different careers in the healthcare field and found something that I felt suited me. The next step was to find a school that was accredited. I looked online and asked certain people and that’s when I was told about Cambridge College of Healthcare and Technology. I walked in and was given a tour by Mr. Flagg and decided that the school was a great fit for me. I’m coming up on 6 months left in school and I’m thinking back at how blessed and determined I really am. My experiences have been nothing great at this school. My teachers all strive to make sure I succeed and achieve whatever goal I’m trying to reach. I’ve been to different clinical sites that have prepared me for my future and helped me in so many ways become the best technologist that I can be. I am focused and very determined and treat my clinical rotations like they’re job interviews. I’m always eager to get up and learn and grab patients and get hands on with things. The radiologic technologists that I work with saw my drive and decided to hire me as a student. I’ve been working at Resurgens Orthopaedics now going on about 3 months and it’s awesome. So not only am I a student, but I’m already working in my field. Now don’t get my wrong, I have a family like everyone else but I know that this is a small sacrifice to get to where I need to be for myself and my family. I say all this to say that nothing in life comes easy, but with hard work and determination and a positive attitude anything can be done.
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