How would you like to spend two weeks in Africa working with some of the world’s foremost experts in great ape medicine?
Read about the wide variety of options for veterinarians and vet students to spend a year abroad with funding through the Fulbright programs.
Learn everything you need to know about a unique opportunity to train in zoo and wildlife medicine as a veterinary student at the Taronga Zoo in Australia.
Learn about a funded internship experience available for pre-vet and veterinary students interested in working with turtles & tortoises in southern California.
Learn about vet student Chelsea Anderson’s agricultural development work while volunteering with Veterinarians Without Borders in Liberia.
Learn about training opportunities in wildlife medicine and rehab at the PAWS Wildlife Center in Lynnwood, WA. Vet student Briana describes her experience.
Read about a pre-vet student’s hands-on experience working with big cats during her internship at Carolina Tiger Rescue. Vet school application material? Check.
Learn about a wildlife externship for veterinary students at the White Oak Conservation Center in Florida. White Oak is a large conservation, breeding, and research facility that is home to a large variety of endangered wildlife species.
Learn about the unique MarVet training workshops, where you can get classroom instruction and hands-on experience working with dolphins, sea turtles, birds, fish, and more.
Check out this opportunity to volunteer your veterinary skills in the care of elephants in Laos. All living expenses covered. No previous elephant experience required.