CSI Success Stories

Jalaine Kimball

CSI Graduate
A.A.S. Radiologic Technology, College of Southern Idaho

Jalaine was the youngest person to be accepted and graduate from CSI’s Radiologic Technology program with an Associate of Applied Science. While attending CSI she worked in the CSI Library and was Rad Tech Club President. Upon graduation, Jalaine was hired full-time at St. Luke’s Magic Valley Regional Medical Center as an X-ray Technologist. She has gained training in many different areas of the radiology field, including trauma, surgery, and interventional procedures. She is currently training to become a Computerized Tomography (CT) Technologist.

Jalaine always wanted to pursue a degree in a medical field. CSI provided her the opportunity to do so. She also enrolled in many classes that helped her gain skills in patient care and in dealing with traumatic incidents, death/dying, and bereavement which she faces daily.

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Stories were submitted and/or verified for accuracy by the CSI students featured in them. Some of the stories have been edited for content/brevity by CSI staff. The currency of the information presented depends on when the story was submitted or last updated (we have been continually accepting nominations since spring 2007).