Let's start off by talking about why mentorship matters. First I want to clarify - although I am specifically discussing mentorship in veterinary medicine, mentorship is important in all professions, both within and outside of healthcare. Within the healthcare professions, mentors act as role models who can be instrumental in both the professional and personal … Continue reading Mentorship in Veterinary Medicine
Hello and happy Monday! I am officially a VETERINARIAN! Wow. It feels incredible to say those words. Currently, I am writing to you from Tampa, Florida in my new apartment. It has been a whirlwind since last Saturday when I graduated from veterinary school. To put things in perspective, I finished my clinical rotations, graduated, … Continue reading I am a Veterinarian!
Today I start my final week of veterinary school. When I look back on my experiences over the past four years, I realize that I break things out into semesters. The first semester of my first year of veterinary school looked quite different than the final semester of my fourth year. To say that I … Continue reading My Biggest Fear…
As many of you know, I accepted a job offer with Veterinary Emergency Group (VEG) for next year. I have received so many questions about how to stand out as an applicant to their Early Entry Track (EET) program, so I thought I would share some tips to prepare while in veterinary school. 1) Experience … Continue reading VEG Application – 5 Tips to Stand Out
Big news... I signed a contract with Veterinary Emergency Group (VEG) in Tampa, Florida! I will be participating in Early Entry Track (EET), which is their six-month training program in emergency veterinary medicine. As a first-time applicant, there were many things that I took into account when applying for a job. So, I thought I … Continue reading 5 Things to Look for in a Job as a New Grad Vet (and Why I Chose VEG)