Membership

Why join a Professional Society?

Network

WSRT members are located all over the state of Wyoming, many of which you may never get the chance to know otherwise. Make friends and build professional relationships. You never know when you may land your dream job because you were active in the community!

Education

WSRT members enjoy a discounted rate to the annual conference and business meeting. Conferences are not only a way to gain CEs, but are a great chance to meet members (and students) from all over the state. Being a member can also give you the opportunity to mentor or learn new skills. We all have knowledge and skills we can teach and more we can learn, no matter what stage in game you are.

Leadership

Being an active member of WSRT can give you the chance to develop your leadership skills. It also won’t hurt your resume when you can say you are active in a professional community. Good leaders make good organizations, so step up to the task.

Security

The WSRT isn’t only an annual conference and badge for your resume, it’s there to protect the profession in our state. That may mean fighting to block bills that could jeopardize our future or mean helping pass legislation that will help us. The WSRT stays up to date on government happenings that affect the profession and will be there to fight for you.

Give Back

Without members, there is no organization. Active members keep the organization running behind the scenes and without them, the organization will crumble. Being active in an organization is a way to give back to the profession that gives to you.

Motivation

We love what we do, so stay active and motivated! Motivation rubs off on others, and in all areas of your life. It’s amazing to be a part of a group where the members and leadership love what they do and are eager to grow the organization.

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Active RT Members

are those who are registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) or its equivalent or hold an unrestricted license under state statutes. They have all rights, privileges and obligations of membership including the right to hold office, debate, vote, and to serve as a delegate in the ASRT House of Delegates.

Inactive RT Members

are those who are no longer actively engaged in the field of radiologic technology and have applied for inactive status. They have all the privileges and obligations of Active RT Members except the right to vote and hold office.

Active Non-RT Members

(restricted licensee) are those who do not qualify as registered radiologic technologists by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists or its equivalent but do hold a restricted license under Wyoming state statutes. They have the right to vote and chair a committee.

Student Members

are those who are enrolled in an educational program accredited by any certifying body that is recognized by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Student members have the right to vote, to chair a committee and to hold the office of secretary or treasurer.

Life Members

are Active RT Members who have rendered exceptional service to the Society, have been a member of the Society a minimum 15 years and have held office or chaired a committee in the Society. They pay no dues, receive the Society Newsletter and have all the obligations and privileges of Active RT Members.

Honorary Members

are those who, because of the interest they have evidenced in the activities and aims of this Society, the WSRT wishes to honor. Honorary members pay no dues, receive the Society Newsletter, and have all the privileges and obligations of Active RT Members except the right to vote, to chair a committee or to hold office.

Associate Members

are those who are employed in or are interested in promoting the purposes and functions of this Society, but who are not eligible for active, inactive, non RT, or student membership. They have all the privileges and obligations of Active RT Members except the right to vote, to chair a committee or to hold office.

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