I’m Linda Bau, Moraine Park‘s Medical Laboratory Technician program director, and I’m pleased to announce that one of our students, Seth Bubolz, has received the The American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP) National Student Honor Award. Seth will be graduating in May.
This award is based on academic achievement, leadership ability, community activities, professional goals, and endorsements from faculty and community leaders. I am so very proud of Seth and glad that I was able to play a small role in his academic achievements.
Here’s what Seth had to say about his award:
“I chose to go to school to be a MLT because I wanted a career in healthcare so I could apply science and math to help patients on the road to recovery. My motivation to completing this program came from my grandmother who passed away from cancer. The laboratory is the first line of defense when it comes to detecting cancer. I chose Moraine Park because I love all the hands-on learning that MPTC provides. I also wanted to start my career as soon as possible and not have to wait 4+ years to do so. My instructors, Dwane Klostermann and Linda Bau, as well as my program advisor, Ronaldo Cordeiro, have all been extremely helpful in furthering my education. They have made the MLT program very interesting and exciting. I received this award because of their hard work and dedication to the laboratory profession, as well as all the hard work I put into my education. My career goals are to provide high quality patient care for Froedtert, where I will be working after I graduate. I also want to get my bachelor’s degree and specialize in Blood Bank.”
If you also enjoy the sciences and are interested in a rewarding career in healthcare, we can help you do great things as well! Call me, Linda Bau, at 920-924-3314 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to help you get started on your own career journey. You can also visit Moraine Park’s MLT program page for all the details!