VETERINARY STUDENT EXTERNSHIPS

Funded externships at for underrepresented minority students in their third/fourth years of veterinary school at Tuskegee.

Program Description

Two-week clinical rotations at the specialty and/or emergency veterinary hospital in the location of the student’s choice expose veterinary students to the real-world of veterinary medicine. Students have the opportunity to be mentored by senior clinicians in specialty and emergency fields. For many students, the cost of accommodations during externships presents a barrier. In partnership with an anonymous donor who made the initial donation, externships are being made available to underrepresented minority students in their third or fourth year of veterinary school at Tuskegee University.

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For many students, the cost of accommodations during externships presents a barrier. In partnership with an anonymous donor who made the initial donation, Frankie’s Friends makes these externships available to underrepresented minority students in their third or fourth year of veterinary school at Tuskegee University by providing grants up to $1,000 for housing, travel, or accommodations during their studies

 CRITERIA FOR QUALIFICATION:

  1. Student must be in their third or fourth year at Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine and must be carrying an overall GPA of 2.75 or above. 

  2. Student must be from an underrepresented minority as reported in the veterinary school’s database. 

  3. Student must already be accepted into an externship program at a Specialty/Emergency veterinary hospital.


Donate to this program funded by Frankie's Friends to keep this opportunity available for more students.