American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine Externships

American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM) Externships are designed to provide a 2-3 week work experience in laboratory animal medicine for veterinary medicine students. The externships are offered at several different host locations.

Students may choose an externship at a university such as Johns Hopkins or Ohio State University, or they can complete their externship at a medical facility such as Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Each externship will provide a placement that will match students' interests and career goals.

After locating a position that interests them, students may contact the host organization who can apply for financial support monies from ACLAM to help with travel, lodging, and education expenses.

What's the difference between internships and externships?

The externships are sponsored by The American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM). The college provides education and research in veterinary medicine and also is dedicated to maintaining the professional development and certification of veterinary specialists.

The location VARIES.

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Mayo Clinic Externships

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Externships

Foreign Medical Graduate U.S. Externships

Cholla Medical Group Externship

Cornell Extern Program

UCLA Health Nursing Summer Externship Program

Association of Avian Veterinarians Externships

Christiana Care Health System Student Nurse Externships

Cook Children's Nursing Externship Program

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