Introducing Carolyn Mues, the 2019 Henry Y. Cashion MoSRT Student Intern

Dedicated to compassionate patient care and quality imaging, Carolyn Mues enters the radiography field following more than a decade of experience in nonprofit fundraising, marketing and communications for a performing arts organization. Carolyn selected radiologic technology as a second career, inspired by her own experiences as a patient and the myriad of opportunities available to imaging professionals. As the MoSRT Henry Y. Cashion Student Intern, Carolyn is excited to play a part in promoting the benefits of membership among students and recent graduates. A graduate of St. Louis Community College at Forest Park (Class of 2019), Carolyn currently works as a technologist at the Washington University & Barnes Jewish Orthopedic Center in Chesterfield, Missouri.

A classically trained flutist, Carolyn remains active as a musician in the St. Louis area. She is also a certified group fitness instructor and has led classes in studio, workplace and international settings. Carolyn currently resides in Richmond Heights, Missouri, with her husband, Scott, and tuxedo cat named Harvey.

2017 Student Intern Katie Bennefeld submitted the following report to the MoSRT Board of Directors regarding her trip to the ASRT Conference in Orlando, Florida.

Representing the state of Missouri at the 2017 Educational Symposium and Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting in Orlando was an incredible experience that I found very beneficial. It was an honor to be chosen to participate in the Student Leadership Development Program and I have to thank the MoSRT for giving me that opportunity. I learned about how the ASRT functions and met tons of new people from all across the country.

I know that the connections I made at this conference are invaluable and will help me in my future career path. Being able to talk to other students from different states gave me insight and allowed me to compare both success and struggles that we have encountered in our radiology programs. It was enlightening to talk with not only the delegates from my own state, but tons of other delegates from around the country. I was able to interact with people in varying departments and positions who offered advice about choosing a modality that would suit me.

Overall this experience was an amazing opportunity that offered great value. It was full of information and networking that will greatly impact my future in the radiology field and I cannot thank the MoSRT enough for giving me the chance to attend.


Henry Y. Cashion - Student Intern Information

MoSRT 2014-2015 Student Interns Rebecca Gasper and Cody Triplett made a PowerPoint Presentation.  You can click HERE to download it and learn more information about the Student Intern program.

Curious as to how you can become a Missouri Society of Radiologic Technology Student Intern?  Continue reading below!

You can find a copy of the 2020 Student Intern requirements HERE!

Registration for the Student Intern for 2020 has begun!  Click HERE to be taken to the application.