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2016 IACRAO Leadership and Service for Underrepresented Students Scholarship

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Carolina Escobedo


Transferring from Olney Central College to Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

I am currently a student at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, having transferred from Olney Central College. I am majoring in Radiologic Sciences with a specialization in Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography. My goal is to be an amazing MRI Technologist at a hospital or clinic. My dream job would be to become a clinical instructor, which means that I would be teaching students in the clinical site. Something unique about myself includes the hardships I have endeavored and yet I am still moving forward. No it isn't always easy, but there's only one way to go and that is forward so I continue along that path.




2016 IACRAO Leadership and Service Scholarship

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Stephanie Roberts


Transferring from Harper College to Soutern Illinois University Carbondale.

Stephanie is a senior this year and is majoring in Radiologic Sciences with a specialty in Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography. She studied Radiologic Technology at Harper College in Palatine Illinois receiving a degree of A.A.S. August 2016. She also passed her American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) board examination in Radiography on July 23, 2016. Currently she is a student at Southern Illinois University Carbondale for the academic year 2016-2017 having transferred under Capstone agreement and will graduate with a B.S. in August of 2017. By that time she will have taken her ARRT boards in both MRI and CT receiving her credentialing in both specialties. Stephanie works as a tutor and test proctor for the SIUC Achieve Program with a first year Radiologic Technology student. Some of her many passions are volunteer work and being of service to her community. A few of her notable involvements are Meals on Wheels, Soup Kitchen, diagnostic services volunteer at Advocate Sherman Hospital, and American Cancer Society as a wig fitter for cancer patients. She also organized a fundraiser for a member of her community who suffered a brain aneurysm and took part as a panelist for Chicago’s One Goal program speaking as a medical professional to high school juniors who will be the first in their immediate family to go to college and obtain a higher education. Stephanie chose a profession where she can continue to be of service to her community because of the strong values of community that she holds. In her free time, Stephanie loves spending time outdoors, reading, and watching old black and white movies. She also enjoys fine arts such as ballet, plays, and musicals. Grateful for the opportunities that she has been given, she hopes to positively impact the people around her and leave places better than how she originally found them.

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