NC State Veterinary Medicine Alumni
You are a member of a select group of people who have received a degree from our school. This community of people, now numbering over 2,000, continues to make significant and distinctive contributions to our profession and to many related fields.
Keep abreast of what is going on at the CVM through the online CVM Alumni News. Visit the Events web site to find out about CVM events, continuing education opportunities, and alumni activities. Join your fellow alumni on Facebook to share news and life experiences. If your class has a Facebook page please send us the link so we may include it on the CVM Alumni Facebook Group page.
CVM Alumni have their own LinkedIn group to provide a forum for our graduates to share best practices, job opportunities, and to provide a means for you to stay connected with people who share a common history.
We plan to provide you with ongoing opportunities that enhance your professional and personal life. We hope that you will in turn give back to your college – in the form of encouragement to current students through mentoring, externships and internships; and by actively participating in the CVM Alumni Society
Your College of Veterinary Medicine is seeking help in assessing how well the DVM program prepares its graduates to meet the demands of the workforce. If you have hired an NC State DVM alumni who graduated between 2010 and 2016 we would like your opinion! The purpose of this survey is to gauge the performance of our graduates during their first year(s) of practice and solicit feedback for improving our DVM training program. This survey should take 20 minutes of less.
Thank you in advance for taking time to complete this survey.
No matter where you are in your career—whether you’re a recent graduate looking to add to your experience or a more seasoned alumnus interested in making a career change—the job search process can be a daunting prospect. The North Carolina State University Alumni Association provides a number of resources for its members including access to ePACK, the university’s internal recruiting system, and Wolfpack Connect (the alumni directory), as well as two coaching sessions with a career counselor.
Questions? Contact the NCSU Alumni Association Membership Services at 800.627.2586 or alumni-assoc-membership@ncsu.
What is ePACK?
The Alumni Association and the College of Veterinary Medicine have partnered with the University Career Development Center to make ePACK, the university’s online recruiting system, available to NC State CVM alumni. Search for jobs, view over 12,000 recruiting contacts from companies across the country and post your resume in the alumni resume book searchable by our recruiting partners. New veterinary positions are posted regularly.
If you are already an Alumni Association member, and you would like access to ePACK, update your online profile by visiting the Wolfpack Connect (alumni directory) and click on the ‘Update My Info’ tab on the upper right side of the page. Select the ‘Career Connections’ tab and then choose ‘yes’ beside the question, ‘Do you want access to ePACK?’
Seeking a new employee?
Post your position (for FREE) on ePACK!
With over 34,000 students, enrolled in over 100 different majors, NC State University offers a diverse group of candidates for your recruiting needs. Find talented Veterinarians, assistants, technicians, kennel help, front desk support and so much more in one easy to use system.
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Cheer canine athletes, celebrate the human/animal bond and help raise funds for homeless dogs at the 26th annual Dog Olympics at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 7. Dogs of all breeds, shapes and sizes are invited to participate in athletic and non-athletic competitions such as the
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Continuing Education Opportunities
NC State Veterinary Medicine offers a number of continuing education opportunities through which you can keep your knowledge and skills up to date or learn new skills. A number of these opportunities are available online, while others are available on campus or around the region.