Certificate Program for Pre-Vet Students and Students at Colleges/Schools of Veterinary Medicine
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This program is designed for veterinary medical, veterinary technology, and pre-vet students who want to foster inclusive learning environments at their educational institutions and develop the skills to succeed as veterinary professionals. Online module topics include:
Student, Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine
"Cultural biases, worldview development, and communication skills are things veterinarians are expected to understand but are often not taught. This program is a step in that direction and I hope more people take the opportunity to choose to see good in others. Our industry needs more grace in it."
- The Case for Diversity in Veterinary Medicine
- Diversity Lingo
- History of Diversity in Veterinary Medicine
- Stereotype Threat
- The LGBTQ+ Community
- Effective Communication with Spanish-Speaking Clients and Colleagues
- Persons with Disabilities
- Men in Veterinary Medicine
- Generational Diversity
- Affirmative Leadership
- P-12 Engagement
- Creating Your Professional Information Profile
You will also:
Complete and document 3 hours of volunteer community service and submit written reflections about what was learned. Fully online options are available.
Document participation in 4 pertinent activities each lasting at least one hour, and submit written reflections about what was learned from each activity. Fully online options are available.
Submit a capstone paper (1-2 pages) on how you will use information from the certificate program to strengthen diversity and inclusion in veterinary medicine.
For additional program information email: email@example.com
Join Your Classmates and Get a Group Discount!
Discounts for groups of 10, 25 or 50 students are available if the entire group is registered and paid for as a cohort.
For more registration information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Refunds will not be given. Purdue University is not responsible for expenses incurred due to cancellations.