I graduated from Florida State University in May of 2020 with a Bachelors degree in Athletic Training. I was very involved in college and learned that I love meeting new people. I worked with FSU's campus recreation and was the president of my sorority. For most of my college career I was working towards becoming a Physical Therapist.
Why were you interested in pursuing medical sales as a career?
My senior year of college I realized that I didn't love working in a "clinical" setting but loved the material I was learning. Both my parents recommended that I look into the medical device industry. After further research, I fell in love with the idea of working with medical devices. It's the perfect combination of my love for anatomy and my passion for people.
How did you learn about Medical Sales College?
medreps.com- for the internship
What ultimately made you decide to attend?
I was eager to break into the medical device field and wasn't having any luck on my own.
Please describe your training experience at Medical Sales College.
Medical Sales College provided me with a well-rounded training experience. Each topic was thoroughly covered by a different instructor. Most importantly, each instructor gave us a different glimpse at what it was like to truly be in the field. They gave me the insight and education to be prepared for life as a medical device rep.
Describe your experience with Dynamic Consultative Sales training.
I found the Dynamic Consultative Sales training to be extremely valuable to my experience at Medical Sales College. As a recent college graduate I was lacking the sales experience that this field demands. Medical Sales College taught me how to be successful in sales.
Describe your Career Development training experience.
The Career Development training was the "cherry on top" of an amazing program. After 11 weeks of intense training, the career development week helped tie it all together. It taught me how transfer the knowledge we had learned to my day-to-day life after graduation. Most importantly, it taught me how to "sell" myself to hiring companies.
Being a recent college graduate, how did MSC help you to prepare to enter the professional workforce?
Medical Sales College was the perfect transition to make after just graduating college. The program taught me so much about the professional workforce in addition to the coursework. I would not have the opportunity I have today without MSC.
What made you choose to invest in more education by attending MSC after just recently graduating college?
I thought MSC was the disciplined approach to take to break into this field. It allowed me time to learn the foundation that this field demands.
What is the most valuable piece of information that you learned while attending MSC which ultimately helped you land your position?
I felt that the saw bone lab experience was most valuable. I brought up what I had learned from it in every interview and applied it to their devices. It gave me a technical foundation that I would not have been able to talk about without MSC.
How did placement services help accelerate your entry into the medical device sales industry?
William and Scott provided me with opportunities that I had not yet found. They also provided me with tips
and advice throughout my interview process.
Why should someone attend Medical Sales College?
Medical Sales College provided me the necessary foundation that the medical device industry demands. I
would not have landed the job I have today without the help from MSC. If you are eager to break into this
field, MSC is the most disciplined approach to do so.
How long did you try to get into the industry before attending MSC? What was that experience like?
It took me 6 months of trying to break into the industry before I finally decided to attend MSC. I was starting
to feel defeated and wanted to jumpstart my career. MSC taught me the skills necessary to network the right
Please briefly explain your job interview process with your hiring company.
I was originally reached out to by Ryan Wickline after he viewed my Zerofee profile. I had two phone
interviews with him before I had a phone interview with one of his Sales Representatives. I met with both of
them for an in-person interview in Raleigh. My final interview was a dinner interview with the team.