Ryan Sjoberg is from Sioux Falls, South Dakota and started at KEYC News 12 in December of 2017 before graduating from Minnesota State University-Mankato with a degree in Mass Media and Communication Studies. His whole life he has been passionate about sports and interacting with people so this job is perfect for him. As a kid, he played basketball, baseball, and golf. He has always seen TV as a possibility, but not really a reality until he interned at KEYC News 12 over the course of the summer of 2017.
Ryan looks forward to serving the people of Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa for the foreseeable future and can’t wait to meet and interact with all the different people he may not have otherwise had the opportunity to meet in Mankato and the surrounding communities.
“I encourage folks to reach out to somebody whether that’s a family member, friend or advocate. Then think about what safety looks like and how we can stay safe,” CADA Assistant Director Brittany Wojtowicz said.
“I wish I had it when I was in high school. It gives them the opportunity to explore the different careers in healthcare. Healthcare we will need forever. We’ll always need hands-on and this will give them the opportunity to learn about those careers.”
The last month and a half have been crucial as River levels subsided enough to get in the water, crews poured the concrete on the deck, installed two traffic rails with one pedestrian rail left and are now working on the lighting system.