Articles tagged with: Students

Supporting Student Attendance at Congress: What the State Societies are Doing

September 12, 2019

Supporting Student Attendance at Congress: What the State Societies are Doing

  We all know student RTs are the future of the profession. Getting these newcomers involved in professional activities while they are still in school is a great way to ensure they’ll have the tools they’ll need to lead the way, and one of the best ways to do that is to provide them with... Read more »

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RT Student to the Rescue!

July 24, 2019

RT Student to the Rescue!

RT Student Sam Vang, left, put his new RT skills to work saving his dad’s life earlier this year. It was just a normal Saturday evening in the Vang household in St. Paul, MN. Sam Vang, an RT student in his first year at Saint Paul College, was at home with his mom when his... Read more »

 

Building the Profession: Helping Students Find Their Career Path

July 10, 2019

Building the Profession: Helping Students Find Their Career Path

Sharing his experience interacting with future students, Randy Insley III, PhD, RRT, RRT-NPS, RPFT, RRT-ACCS, AE-C, ACSM-PAPHS, roots his efforts in actions designed to inspire students. Insley explains that staying connected and being an active listener contributes to their success as they choose and develop their career path. “I try to remember that for the... Read more »

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Reaching Your Student Members

May 29, 2019

Reaching Your Student Members

One way you’re building the profession is finding ways to engage student members. Respiratory Therapist students play a vital role in ensuring the success of the profession. According to Kari Woodruff, RRT, RRT-NPS, the Colorado Society has several programs in which they have engaged students. Student chapter and student chairs The Colorado Society includes a... Read more »

 

Staying Focused on Students

April 10, 2019

Staying Focused on Students

Students will carry the respiratory care profession into the future. To help them carve a career and professional path where they can flourish, the AARC and state societies continually keep students a top priority and focus. In the top and middle photos, students showcase their scholarship application boards. In the above photo, students meet with... Read more »

 

Career Advice for Graduates

March 20, 2019

Career Advice for Graduates

When one journey ends, the next begins. As respiratory therapy graduates embark on their next journey, we asked recent grad Caroline Sivcovich, RRT, to offer career advice. From student to professional Caroline Sivcovich, RRT, shares her care career advice for new graduates moving into their professional career. “The most rewarding part of transitioning from student... Read more »

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Recent Grad Wisdom

December 18, 2018

Recent Grad Wisdom

Transitioning from classroom to practice can be tough for a recent grad, but preparation is a key to success. We asked recent respiratory care graduates what they wish they had known before graduating. Here’s their wisdom to pass along to our current students. Resources for Students Victoria Johnson What I wish I would have known... Read more »

 

States Engaging Students

October 24, 2018

States Engaging Students

Students take part in fun activities, such as this “MacGyver Exercise,” at the Arizona Student Conference. These students used random items to make a working bubble humidifier out of a water bottle, straw, high flow oxygen tubing, and a mask. The activity showcased their teamwork, communication, and time management skills. Plain and simple, students are... Read more »

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Mentorship Sets Career Foundation

October 3, 2018

Mentorship Sets Career Foundation

A strong mentorship program nurtures and cultivates careers, proving beneficial for both the mentee and mentor. Three AARC members—Ellen Becker, PhD, RRT, RRT-NPS, AE-C, RPFT, FAARC, Lynda Goodfellow, EdD, RRT, AE-C, FAARC, and Georgianna Sergakis, PhD, RRT, FAARC—share their tips for developing a successful mentor-mentee program. Tips for developing your program The mentee needs to... Read more »

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CSRC Region President Increases Recent Grad Involvement

September 26, 2018

CSRC Region President Increases Recent Grad Involvement

Sherleen Bose, BA, RCP, RRT, CHT, visits with students at Concorde Career College in San Bernadino. By Sherleen Bose, BA, RCP, RRT, CHT New responsibility brings new challenges Sherleen Bose, BA, RCP, RRT, CHT In August 2014, California Society for Respiratory Care (CSRC) President Michael Madison, MBA, RRT, called and told me that the CSRC... Read more »

 

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