New webinar explores careers in veterinary industry

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Have you ever considered a career in veterinary industry? A new on-demand webinar on AVMA Axon explores career opportunities in this field – including in both human and animal healthcare.

Learn what a career in veterinary industry might look like for you in Veterinary industry - Making it a career. You’ll hear directly from members of the American Association of Industry Veterinarians (AAIV), who bring a wide array of experience to the discussion. From product development to strategic planning, and from regulatory compliance to technical selling, these panelists have a world of knowledge to share.

You’ll learn about various career path options to become an industry professional and ways to transition into this field if it interests you.

The webinar was developed in partnership with the AVMA Veterinary Career Center and offers 1 hour of continuing education (CE) credit. It’s free for AVMA and Student AVMA (SAVMA) members and costs $25 for non-members.

More career webinars

Explore more veterinary career options in the career development section of AVMA Axon. These on-demand webinars cover careers in aquatic medicine, disaster relief, One Health, undergraduate teaching, and much more. Most are available free of charge to AVMA and SAVMA members.

Is a career transition on your horizon?

The Veterinary Career Center also offers other materials to help veterinary professionals who are considering or preparing for a career transition. These include tools to help you assess what type of career might be best for you, translate clinical skills and experience into more universally understood business terms, and more.


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