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Agriculture/Livestock Production 132 Air Force, Army, etc 600 Animal Science Department 56 Business/Consulting Services 774 Emergency/Critical Care Medicine 2,821 Foundation/Charitable Org 121 General Medicine/Surgery 49,314 Humane Organization 643 Laboratory 233 Membership Assn/Profssional So 184 Missionary/Service 64 Non-Veterinary Employment 147 Not Employed 189 Other 2618 Pharmaceutical/Biological 937 Production Medicine 4,805 Public Health Commission Corps 62 Referral/Specialty Medicine 2,154 State, Federal 1694 Temp Not Employed in Vet Field 125 Veterinary Medical College/School 4,464 Veterinary Science Department 106 Veterinary Technician Program 31 Wildlife 407 Zoo/Aquarium 252 Total 89,497
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Agriculture/Livestock Production 132

Air Force, Army, etc 600

Animal Science Department 56

Business/Consulting Services 774

Emergency/Critical Care Medicine 2,821

Foundation/Charitable Org 121

General Medicine/Surgery 49,314

Humane Organization 643

Laboratory 233

Membership Assn/Profssional So 184

Missionary/Service 64

Non-Veterinary Employment 147

Not Employed 189

Other 2618

Pharmaceutical/Biological 937

Production Medicine 4,805

Public Health Commission Corps 62

Referral/Specialty Medicine 2,154

State, Federal 1694

Temp Not Employed in Vet Field 125

Veterinary Medical College/School 4,464

Veterinary Science Department 106

Veterinary Technician Program 31

Wildlife 407

Zoo/Aquarium 252

Total 89,497

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SALARIOS

Practica privada: 80-90 k anual

45 a 55 horas por semana

Industria: 140

Academia, federales: +/- 100En uniforme: +/- 90 mas beneficios

Especializacion = 20 a 40 adicionales

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VETWARD BOUND ENRICHMENT SUMMER

PROGRAM

Enrichment Summer Program 2011

June 6 - July 22, 2011

This intensive program is intended for the serious student who is exploring careers inthe Veterinary Medicine profession. Among the benefits of participating (pendinglevel placement) are Veterinary-related seminars, MSU farm visits withdemonstrations, GRE prep, personal statement development, simulated veterinarycurriculum, clinic rotations in the MSU Vet Teaching Hospital, ComparativeVeterinary Physiology, Histology, and Anatomy.

This program is intensive, but not without reward. In addition to receiving stipend payfor participation, you will gain something much greater--an opportunity to meetother students from across the country with the same focus and interest inVeterinary Medicine.

The Office of Diversity Program staff in the College of Veterinary Medicine thanks allapplicants for their interest in our Enrichment Summer Program.

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THE SUMMER RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM

(SROP) IS

a gateway to graduate education at Michigan State University

(MSU). The goal of the program is to increase the number ofdomestic undergraduate students who pursue graduate studyand careers in teaching and research at colleges anduniversities. MSU SROP helps prepare undergraduate studentsfor graduate study through intensive research experiences withfaculty mentors and academic enrichment activities.

MSU SROP helps undergraduate students gain research

experience to give them a competitive advantage as a graduateapplicant by:

• Intense research activities that broaden technical andpresentation skills

• Professional development activities

• Seminars that introduce students to a range of research fields

across discipline• Informal gatherings for student and faculty exchange

• Multiple opportunities to present research

MSU SROP typically convenes the third weekend of May and endsthe last weekend of July.

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Links to Institutions OfferingUndergraduate Summer Research Programs

www.the-aps.org/education/ugsrf/sumreslinks.htm 

Summer Undergraduate Internship Program (SUIP)

at Upenn

The SUIP application is due February 1. The program begins June

4th and ends August 10th. The stipend is $3,900, and on-campus housin

and round-trip travel are provided.

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CO-OP/INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR

2012 FOR 

PRE-VETERINARY MEDICINE STUDENTS 

http://people.rit.edu/~gtfsbi/Symp/vetag.htm

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FRANCHESKA M RIVERAFrancheska M Rivera

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A majority of Ph.D. candidates get support from their departments in return for teachingor research duties; they don't have to borrow. But most would-be doctors, dentists,veterinarians, lawyers and pharmacists borrow heavily, graduating with an average of

$100,000 or more in debt, only to earn widely varying paybacks.According to FinAid.org, only 40% of Ph.D. candidates borrow and those who do take on

average debt of $36,917. Good thing their debt is low. True, Ph.D.s who rise to therank of full professors do well, earning an average of $118,444, according to theAmerican Association of University Professors. But those cushy jobs are hard to get;most aspiring college teachers these days end up in non-tenure-track positions,

earning less than half what professors make.What about professional schools? On the low end, the Association of American

Veterinary Colleges reports new vets graduate with a median debt of $103,573. Yet themedian earnings of vets in 2007 was just $75,230, according to the Bureau of LaborStatistics. The American Veterinary Medical Association reports slightly higherincome; it says private practitioners had a median income of $91,000 in 2007. Either

way, that's only a fraction of what people docs make, and less even than pharmacistsearn.

Medical students take on a somewhat higher debt load--an average of $139,517,according to the American Medical School Association. But the payback appearsbetter, particularly in certain specialties. The Medical Group Management Associationreports primary care physicians earned a median of $182,322 in 2007, whilespecialists earned a median of $332,450, with cardiologists, radiologists andgastroenterologists all above $400,000.


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