Internship

Internship Program

Philosophy

To provide a well-rounded educational experience in primary-care equine private practice and to enable our intern to develop more advanced skills in the management of complex problems, diagnostic skills in radiology, ultrasonography and client communication.   Case diversity will enable the motivated intern to gain advanced skills that will benefit many future career paths.  Upon completion of our internship, one should have a solid foundation in primary care, medicine, sports medicine and surgery that will prepare them for a career in equine private practice.

Application Requirements

Letter of intent

Resume

Two written references

Veterinary license in PA, MD & DE

Previous externship or personal interview required

Contact for more information: 

Karen Webb

P 610-932-6800

klw@ueavet.com

More information may also be found on the AAEP website.