How to Apply

Admission Requirements

Candidates for the Charles J. Tegtmeyer Program of Interventional Radiology and Special Procedures Internship must possess a high degree of self-motivation and the ability to accept the responsibilities required to become a skilled member of the interventional team. A candidate for admission must be an ARRT credentialed radiographer, or enrolled in a radiography degree program with an anticipated test date.

This 12-month internship begins in early August of each year. Official start dates are dependent upon the annual hospital orientation schedule. Our program utilizes a rolling admission process that opens on January 1st and closes on May 30th. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Interviews for qualified applicants will be scheduled with program faculty. The process for application is detailed below.

Steps for Application

  1. Email a copy of your academic resume to Program Director Shauna Joseph at Please include the names of three academic references and their contact information. Be sure to provide an official email address for each person you name as a reference. Physical letters of recommendation are not required.
  2. Email a Statement of Purpose to Shauna Joseph at Please refer to the guidelines below.

Guidelines for Statement of Purpose

The statement of purpose should be a 1-page document that discusses your interest in interventional radiology. Describe what has motivated you to pursue a career in interventional radiology, what you will bring to our program, as well as how our program will help you to achieve your goals.

Applicants will not be considered for admission until all three application steps have been completed. Qualified applicants will be scheduled for interviews with internship faculty.

Additional Program Information

Information concerning the program is available upon request by contacting the Program Director Shauna Joseph at


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