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You want to work with animals and make a difference. Working in the veterinary field is your dream, but you may be unsure of when and how to present your education and skills to potential employers at veterinary clinics. We sat down with Dr. James Hurrell, Director Emeritus of the Penn Foster Veterinary Academy to get some expert tricks for impressing vet clinic hiring managers!
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From your research, it seems like becoming a veterinary technician is the job for you, but maybe you’ve also seen information about becoming a veterinary technologist. Wondering what’s the difference between them and which job is right for you? Here’s what you should know about the education, work, and certification needed to take the first step toward beginning a career you love helping animals.
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You’re passionate about helping animals and working in the veterinary medicine field has been your dream for a while. Whether you’ve just started a vet tech associate degree program or you have experience in the field, you might be thinking about taking the next steps in your career with a bachelor’s degree. Here’s everything you need to know about the Penn Foster Veterinary Technician Bachelor of Applied Science Degree.
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Each student at Penn Foster has a unique story. We’ll be sharing guest blogs from our Student Ambassadors throughout the year about staying motivated, their experiences at Penn Foster, and reaching their goals. Kylie Pierce, a Student Ambassador and Vet Tech Student, shares her comeback story and how Penn Foster provided her with a flexible way to learn that helps her work toward her goals with confidence.
You want to find a career that truly makes you happy. You daydream about how nice it would be to go into work with a smile and a bounce in your step, but you don’t know how to break away from the routine you’re in now. You feel stuck in your current job, but you have bills to pay and it’s convenient. It might take some extra drive, but you absolutely can change your life and find that dream job. Here’s how two Student Ambassadors did it.

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