Why were you interested in pursuing medical sales as a career?
I became interested in medical sales while pursuing my bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. I originally thought I wanted to pursue a career in the field of physical therapy but ultimately began thinking outside the box. I researched the industry and reached out to people I know who work in the industry and my interest took off. I see a career where I can help people and where there are endless opportunities.
How did you learn about Medical Sales College?
I learned about MSC through a friend.
What ultimately made you decide to attend?
Having a few friends that attended MSC sparked my interest. I knew I wanted to pursue a career in medical sales but knew how tough it can be to break into the industry. I felt attending MSC soon after completing my degree would give me a great insight of the industry and the ability to learn many valuable skills that would set myself apart from the field.
Please describe your training experience at Medical Sales College.
The instructors do great with the training and curriculum. They sincerely care about each and every student and want to see everyone succeed.
What is the most valuable piece of information that you learned while attending MSC which ultimately helped you land your position?
I value the technical side of the training that we received. From the class room to the OR, MSC does a great job of effectively conveying the material and information in a way that allows students to truly understand how many products are used, and what for.
Why should someone attend Medical Sales College?
To get a solid base knowledge of the industry and to build connections within the industry. Attending MSC most definitely makes one stand out.
How long did you try to get into the industry before attending MSC? What was that experience like?
I attended MSC immediately after completing my degree.
Please briefly explain your job interview process with your hiring company.
Fairly conventional. I interviewed with multiple companies, but the company I decided to go with did a very good job of relating to me on a personal level.
What do you know now that you wish you had known before entering the industry/attending Medical Sales College?
How to network and effectively prospect customers.