What have you failed at recently? I hope you can answer that question with at least two or three good examples. I share about several recent disappointments in this essay.
I interview wildlife veterinarian Dr. Cheryl Scott in this episode. Dr. Scott practiced as a nurse for 10 years before becoming a veterinarian and has continued to pursue her “one health” goals ever since!
I’m doing a lot of thinking these days about what my own next step will be professionally. A recent trip back to the States gave me the opportunity to meet with several mentors and explore my options!
I interview Dr. Carlos Sanchez, a senior associate veterinarian at the Fort Worth Zoo. We discuss career paths for zoo & wildlife veterinarians and also explore zoological training programs for foreign veterinary graduates.
Learn about how you can contribute to a Veterinarians Without Borders – U.S. project in Uganda that will train Community Animal Health Workers in agricultural development.
$2500. That may not seem like a lot of money compared to the $100,000 in student loans you have right now, or the annual salary you plan to be earning a couple of years down the road.
Do you need to obtain a letter of recommendation from a veterinary school professor? Here are 12 easy steps to get a glowing reference that will almost guarantee your selection for that next exciting opportunity.