The 4-H Veterinary Science Project is a 5-year curriculum based project with 100 lessons and 50 activities that gives youth interested in veterinary medicine opportunities to work in the field. The project is career-oriented and job-training so students can determine if this is a field they would like to pursue.
This project has a set curriculum that allows youth and adults to work together to achieve success. It also allows for youth to develop an interest in veterinary medicine, human medicine and other allied health fields.
After completion of the 5 year course, 4-H’ers will receive a Certificate of Completion and will be able to apply to take an exam to become a Certified Veterinary Assistant.
4-H members may begin the project at any age, but have to be 16 years old in order to apply to take the test.
To learn more about the program, visit http://aevm.tamu.edu/4-h-veterinary-science/curriculum/
There are currently three Vet Science project groups meeting monthly in Montgomery County:
- 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm at the Wildwood Methodist Church – 8911 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX 77354. This project group is set to take only 2.5 years to complete the required curriculum.
- 2nd Thursday of the month at 6:30pm at Lyons Elementary – 27035 Nichols Sawmill Rd, Magnolia, TX 77355. This project group is set to take only 2.5 years to complete the required curriculum.
- 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm at EMC Rodeo Arena Pavilion – 21675-B McCleskey Rd. in New Caney. This project group is set to take only 2.5 years to complete the required curriculum.