Ryan Bishti is a senior at CSUSM studying business and marketing. He planned to graduate in Spring 2019. Ryan Bishti is a student at CSUSM and is majoring in business, emphasizing marketing. He plans to graduate in Spring 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree.
He is a student veteran who served as a combat medic in the U.S. Army from 2012-to 2017. Bishti’s service to his country started in 2012 when he enlisted in the U.S. Army as a combat medic. As a combat medic, Bishti was trained as a paramedic and an infantryman. His duties included responding to emergencies on the battlefield, from stabilizing injuries to administering anesthesia for surgeries conducted under fire and coordinating with allied forces on logistics or evacuations and more
He enjoys spending time with his family and friends when not studying or working.
Family is important. Ryan Bishti is a friendly, personable individual who enjoys the company of family and friends when he’s not studying or working. Many people struggle to balance their work-life, personal life, and social life. Still, it’s worth ensuring that your relationships are nurtured by regularly spending quality time with loved ones. Ryan Bishti has learned that it’s possible to prioritize his career without sacrificing his relationship with his family and friends.
The key to finding this balance isn’t always about making time for others in your life—it can also mean devoting yourself to ideas or activities outside of traditional friendship. Do things for others; be kind; make an effort to do what you can for those around you; give back to your community if you can afford it; support local businesses rather than large chains; volunteer at animal shelters or homeless shelters; share what you have with others—these are all things that will help bring more good out into the world so we can all live happier lives together as one human race.