Joint KVMA & KSU CVM
The KVMA and KSU CVM have established a joint practitioner-student mentoring program. It is considered that this program will benefit students, practitioners, the College and the Profession.
Students at any level of the curriculum are welcome to participate. It is hoped that pre-veterinary students can also take advantage of this program, which aims to give students a greater understanding of "real-life" veterinary medicine. It also aims to provide students with experiences and contacts that they might not otherwise gain in Vet School.
This is a flexible, year-round program. Students can interact with their practitioner mentors in different ways, ranging from externships to social events.
It is considered that this program will benefit students, practitioners, the College and the Profession.
Mentorship can take many forms, and it does not necessarily involve externships.
Some activities that might be shared include:
How the Program Works
Mentor of the Year
In addition, Mentors and their students will be invited to attend the annual KSU CVM breakfast during the KVMA Winter Conference.
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