Texas 4-H Veterinary Science Camp – West Texas A&M

Exciting news! There will be a second Texas 4-H Veterinary Science Youth Camp this summer! The camp will be held in Canyon, Texas at West Texas A&M on July 31-August 2, 2017.

The goal of the Texas 4-H Veterinary Science Camp is to provide experiential learning opportunities for students participating in the Veterinary Science Certification Program (VSCP). Students will learn and practice clinical skills on large and small animals, while under the supervision of a veterinarian. Students may earn 33 of the 78 clinical skill hours required for the VSCP certification process.

  • Cost: $150.00 (includes room, meals, materials, and more).
  • Limited space available. (Preference will be given to students participating in an organized 4-H veterinary science program.)
  • Sign up through 4-H CONNECT under 2017 Texas 4-H Roundup. (Sign up dates: July 17 – July 24, 2017 sign up will open at 8:00 am).
  • Open to 4-H members 11−18 years old who has NOT attend a Vet Science camp.
  • Drop off participants on Monday, July 31 and pick them up on Wednesday, August 2 after the skill-a-thon.
  • Chaperones and transportation provided for all participants.

Please find attached the  camp flyer with additional information. If you have questions, contact Dr. Joe Mask at joe.mask@ag.tamu.edu

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