American College of Veterinary Pathologists Externships
Students must have completed their core courses before applying; first and second year students will be considered if they have participated in extracurricular activities related to veterinary pathology.
Externship positions are available in government, academic and private practice settings. Options may include laboratories in academic institutions, private and public diagnostic laboratories, government laboratories, industrial laboratories, or zoo and wildlife pathology laboratories. Students will receive first-hand experience by working with board-certified veterinary pathologists and gain insight into career options available.
What's the difference between internships and externships?
The externships are offered by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists, a member-based organization that is dedicated to protecting human and animal health through veterinary diagnostic pathology. This field of veterinary medicine diagnoses diseases, particularly in food-producing animals, that determines potential risks to humans.
The location is usually in WISCONSIN.
For more details, visit www.acvp.org/student/extern.cfm