Tag Archives: Junior Veterinary Camp

Dogs, Cats and Kids Gather For Sixth Junior Vet Camp

The Junior Vet Camp at the Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth campus is not your ordinary career day. For the sixth time, in conjunction with the Plymouth Parks and Recreation Department, fourteen Plymouth-area youth visited the Minnesota School of Business to get a hands-on preview of life in the veterinary technology world. Veterinary technology students from the
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13 Local ‘Pups’ Prep for Promising Veterinary Future

Veterinary technology program students and staff at Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth (MSB) had the chance to work with the most curious of young animal lovers recently. Local youth took their first steps toward becoming the “Doogie Howsers” of the animal world by attending the fifth Junior Veterinary Camp, hosted by Minnesota School of Business and
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Junior Vets Visit Plymouth Campus

The Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth (MSB) veterinary technology program and the Student Chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians of America (SCNAVTA) hosted the fourth installment of the junior veterinary day class in conjunction with the Plymouth Parks and Recreation department recently. Local youth had the chance to learn more about animals and the
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MSB-Plymouth Hosts Fourth Junior Vet Camp This Saturday

The Plymouth Veterinary Technology Program and Student Chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (SCNAVTA) will be hosting it’s fourth annual junior veterinary day in conjunction with the Plymouth Parks and Recreation on Saturday. Local youth will have the opportunity to learn more about working with animals and get an introduction to
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Plymouth Campus Hosts Veterinary Camp For Local Youth

Students and staff at the Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth shared their love and knowledge of animals with the community, as the vet tech program ran a camp to educate youth on different aspects of animal care, behavior and other veterinary-related activities. The class was a morning of all things animals. Children learned animal behavior signals,
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