Scholarships and Grants

The WSRT provides scholarships and grants each year to students and technologists continuing their education.  Applicants must be members of the WSRT.

Bruce E. Johnson Memorial Scholarship Requirements

The following are requirements for each scholarship/grant the WSRT offers:

  1. Submit a completed application form (Link below).
  2. Submit a copy of radiology program grade transcripts through the most recent completed semester/quarter.  Applicant must have a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA.
  3. Submit three (3) reference forms: One from a program faculty member, one from a clinical supervisor, and one from a technologist who has worked with the student or graduate on a regular basis. The required forms are attached to the application and are to be mailed directly to the WSRT Education chairperson at the address given on the form.
  4. Submit proof of WSRT membership.
  5. Submit a complete essay describing the need and/or desire to obtain the grant being applied for, along with the form that is attached to the application.

All five items must be submitted to the Education for Students chairperson by July 1. Any items postmarked after the deadline and/or incomplete applications will not be considered.

Bruce E. Johnson Memorial Scholarship

This grant is available to current students (or those who have completed training within the last six (6) months) who are members of the WSRT

Mickey Patch Scholarship Requirements

The following are requirements for the Mickey Patch Scholarship:

  1. Submit a completed application form (Link below).
  2. Submit a copy of radiology program grade transcripts through the most recent completed semester/quarter.  Applicant must have a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA. (A GPA is not necessary to include with the application if the RT has been out of school for over three years).
  3. A sealed reference letter and form, with the signature of the reference giver written on the flap of the sealed edge of the envelope, must be submitted with the application describing the technologist’s work ethic and standards.
  4. Submit a personal essay stating the need for the scholarship and the future goals that the technologist is trying to acquire as well as the time line the technologist has for meeting these goals with the funding that would be provided through this grant.

All four items must be submitted to the Education for Students chairperson by July 1. Any items postmarked after the deadline and/or incomplete applications will not be considered.

Mickey Patch Scholarship

The Mickey Patch scholarship is awarded every year to a graduate student or RT who is pursuing their career in an advanced registry or working on any type of Continuing Education effort.

Please note that you MUST be a WSRT member by the application deadline

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