Paris Junior College’s Radiology Technology Program preparing tomorrow’s techs | News
Each year, Paris Junior College accepts 20 students into its Radiology Technology Program, giving them the chance to change their life with a career as a radiologic technologist.
Students go through two years of education at PJC to earn their Associate of Applied Science degree and then must pass the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Certification Examination to begin practicing.
It’s a program with high standards, but Unruh said the work is worth it as radiologic technologists get to be a part of helping patients through their care. She said the program is well-suited for social people as they interact with patients on a daily basis.
“Definitely an outgoing, people person. Someone very charismatic and compassionate because we work…