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    Veterinary Medicine Summer Programs

    There is no better way to learn about the field of veterinary medicine and receive hands-on training with animals than by enrolling in a veterinary medicine summer program. By delving into the study of veterinary medicine pre-college, students are able to assess their competence in the subject and their desire to pursue higher education. Typically, students who choose a career in veterinary medicine complete undergraduate studies in a STEM (science, technology, education and mathematics) discipline and then go on to obtain a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM or VMD). These summer programs give teens the opportunity to interact directly with animals while receiving guidance from university faculty members and using resources in a college setting. Students are exposed to a variety of subcategories of veterinary medicine, including work with small animals, domestic, equines, food animal and conservation. The programs are held at college campuses, often for credit, and features commuter or residential options.

    BioPaths
    Summer Programs

    BioPaths

    Monrovia, California

    BioPaths is a FREE career education webinar for high school and college students. Purposely created to “demystify” the career development process, BioPaths helps aspiring scientists turn their science passions into science professions...(more)

    Loop Abroad: Virtual Veterinary Internships
    Summer Programs

    Loop Abroad: Virtual Veterinary Internships

    Choose from one of our fascinating virtual internships for an opportunity learn from and support the important work of our partner projects around the world. You'll get to shadow experts as they work with animals in need, including elephants, sloths, raptors, toucans, koalas and more! ..(more)

    Loop Abroad: High School Veterinary Service
    Summer Programs

    Loop Abroad: High School Veterinary Service

    Work alongside veterinarians and help animals in need! This is for you if you want to learn clinical skills at a dog shelter and spend a week volunteering hands-on with rescued elephants in Thailand or venture “down under” to volunteer at the Walkabout Wildlife Park in Australia getting hands-on with koalas, kangaroos, and more!..(more)

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