Have what it takes? dvm360 is looking for a new wave of student ambassadors
We are welcoming new veterinary students from AVMA-accredited schools across the globe to apply for a chance to join our existing student ambassadors.
dvm360 is thrilled to announce that applications for the 2021-2022 Student Ambassador Program are open now through September 9, 2021. Led by 2020 graduate Danny Sack, DVM, and 2021 graduate Matt Schiffman, DVM, the program will continue its mission of amplifying student voices within the veterinary industry and establishing networking opportunities.
“We want to make sure we hear the veterinary students and foster a connection early so that [students] know fetchdvm360 will be there for you for all continuing education upon graduation,” says Schiffman.
About the program
Our student ambassadors will be selected by both Sack and Schiffman from AVMA-accredited veterinary schools across the globe following an application process. Student representatives will be required to:
- Follow all dvm360 social media accounts and share relevant content with other veterinary students.
- Spread awareness about the dvm360 brand, webinars, and conferences (Fetch and Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference) to increase student attendance.
- Participate in video interviews or write one article (1500 words max) per semester on a topic relevant to veterinary students and/or working veterinary professionals. This video or article will be posted on dvm360.com and may also appear in print.
- Attend a bi-annual virtual ambassador meeting with Sack and Schiffman.
Why you should apply
Here are a few key benefits you would receive if selected as a dvm360 student ambassador:
- Your article or video could be featured on dvm360 (online and/or print)
- Be a guest on the Vet Blast Podcast with dvm360's chief veterinary officer Adam Christman, DVM, MBA
- Exposure on our social media platforms
- Complimentary admission to a dvm360 conference of your choice (travel and lodging not provided)
- Access to key industry leaders
- and more!
"This is our second year implementing the successful student ambassador program. The students have been instrumental in helping our team understand relevant topics that are necessary for showcasing to our profession,“ says dvm360 chief veterinary officer, Adam Christman, DVM, MBA.
"We look forward to teaming up with this year's group of outstanding students to help advance the profession both nationally and internationally," he adds.
To learn more about the program, check out the video below.