If you are reading this, we want to thank you for your interest in our program. Without dedicated veterinary professionals like you, we wouldn’t be here! We all know that veterinary Spanish is vital in most parts of the US, and it’s truly inspiring that so many of you seek out extra training to provide a better experience for your clients.
For our demographics, most of our students take the small animal modules and it’s a pretty even mix of vets and vet techs with some support staff mixed in. The emergency-specific modules are gaining in popularity this year and we're developing animal welfare-related language modules as well.
It’s funny, in the beginning when Pete taught the classes, I would be listening in to learn the vocabulary myself! Although I was studying Spanish on my own, I can definitely say that my veterinary vocabulary is now my strongest topic. 🙂
Now that we've brought on many other professors as well as a new admin, we've been delighted to watch our pandemic baby grow and gain independence. In our third year, we have brought on Mari to handle the daily admin tasks which has helped so much. We're lucky to have a wonderful team and wonderful students. Let's keep growing together!
(Learning Spanish, eavesdropping on classes in our makeshift pandemic office–feat. Gin, the Quality Control Officer)