Are you a student interested in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine?
If so, join the
West Virginia University
Davis-Michael Scholars Program and the West Virginia Veterinary Medical Association
for the Eighth Annual Veterinary Career Day.
This educational event is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., Oct. 7, at the
Erickson Alumni Center in Morgantown.
The session will feature a series of short presentations from a variety of veterinary
professionals and will give attendees an opportunity to interact one on one with
presenters and educators.
Veterinarians will offer insight on what their position entails professionally and
what a typical “day” practicing veterinary medicine includes. Faculty from the WVU
Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design will be present to
discuss the Davis-Michael Pre-Veterinary Scholars Program.
An overview of the
West Virginia Veterinary School Contract system for West Virginia residents will
also be presented.
The free event is open to middle, high school and college students interested in
learning more about the field of veterinary medicine. Parents, high school teachers,
counselors and college advisers are also welcome to attend.
Those with allergies should be aware that live animals may be a part of the day.
For additional information or to register, please visit
http://davismichael.wvu.edu. All attendees and accompanying parents or guardians
should register individually.
Registration forms must be completed online by September 29. The registration form
can be found at http://davismichael.wvu.edu.
The Davis-Michael Scholars Program was established to support the pre-veterinary
medicine program within the
School of Agriculture and Food in the Davis College. This was made possible through
a generous bequest from two Morgantown sisters, Gladys Gwendolyn Davis and Vivian
Davis Michael. The Scholars Program is a direct result of their love of pets
and their desire to foster quality veterinary care in West Virginia.