3.15.2017 – Faces of Marian: Isaac Kinjerski
Isaac is a sophomore at Marian University majoring in radiologic technology. He runs cross country and track, is involved in the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), and Side B, a bible study group on campus.
“I grew up in a small town, Maribel, just half an hour south of Green Bay. I have a family of 5 and two dogs. I would like to get into photography someday. I like listening to music and hanging out with friends. I also enjoy meeting new people and experiencing new things.
After I’m done with school I’d like to eventually get my Master’s in radiologic technology and be an MRI Specialist. It would be cool to go outside of WI, but working locally is preferred so I can stay close with my family and friends. Ever since I was little I was really interested in technology and how the human body works. Radiologic technology a good mash of those two things.
I came to Marian because I like the atmosphere, the community, small class sizes, and it has sports. The other schools I applied to were strictly health schools or tech colleges. Sports were a big thing for me. I like to be active.
My favorite thing about Marian is the people for sure. I don’t think I’d have as many friends if I didn’t join track, cross country, or go to any activities or events. I really learned to branch out by doing more and getting more involved. Marian has helped me grow by making me more sympathetic for others, and it has made me a better communicator. I was really shy in high school, and Marian helped me be more outgoing.