Little Rock Campus MAX Student Wins AMT Scholarship

Contributed by Denecia Ramsey, MHA, BSMT (AMT), POCS (AACC), Health Sciences Instructor

L to R: MA/MAX Program Chairperson Jennifer Poldo, Health Sciences Department Chair Sharon Riggan, AMT Scholarship Winner Wallace Logan, MA/MAX Instructor Denecia Ramsey, Campus President Dr. Rosalie Lampone.

L to R: MA/MAX Program Chairperson Jennifer Poldo, Health Sciences Department Chair Sharon Riggan, AMT Scholarship Winner Wallace Logan, MA/MAX Instructor Denecia Ramsey, Campus President Dr. Rosalie Lampone.

The Arkansas State Society of American Medical Technologists (ARSSAMT) has selected Wallace Logan, a student from the Medical Assisting with X-Ray Tech (Limited Scope) program at our Little Rock Campus, to receive the $500 Edward Young scholarship award for 2014.(1)

This award is based on a student’s academic achievement, motivation, and potential for success in the profession. The award was determined by the ARSSAMT Scholarship Committee, who judged according to these criteria: biographical essay of approximately 500 words describing professional goals (50%), letter of recommendation from a clinical program or school faculty member (33%), and cumulative grade point average (17%).

Wallace’s scholarship was awarded in September at the ARSSAMT fall meeting. The picture seen here also appears on the ARSSAMT Facebook page and in their fall newsletter.

Congratulations to Wallace on winning this well-deserved award!

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