Radiologic sciences degree opens doors to future career success

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Jaylee Messmer

Major: Radiologic sciences, Class of May 2022

Hometown: Hettinger, North Dakota

My favorite NDSU experience is being part of the College of Health Professions Ambassadors. Not only did it help me connect with other health professions students, but it allowed me to network with prospective students of all ages. I am very grateful that I was chosen to represent my college alongside all the other ambassadors who inspired me to get involved and promote my own field of study.

My greatest accomplishment at NDSU was being chosen to give a speech at the College of Health Professions 2021 Scholarship Recognition Program. It was a privilege to speak on behalf of students and thank the donors who generously invest in our education. I am also honored to have been nominated to speak at the commencement ceremony.

Plans after graduation: I am going to work as a CT technologist at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo during the summer. I’ll move to Rochester, Minnesota, in September to complete a one-year nuclear medicine technology program at Mayo Clinic.

Learn more about the radiologic sciences program at NDSU.

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