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Serving the CVM Community

From day one, the Career Services and
Professional Development Office supports our
DVM students in making the transition from student to professional.


Amanda Bates, Director of Career Services and Professional Development

The Career Services and Personal Development office is committed to empowering every DVM student to flourish in work and life. Through career coaching, workshops, events, courses, and much more, we seek to make sure our CVM students have the tools and partners to navigate the transition from student to professional.

As one of few CVMs with a dedicated career services office,  we provide holistic services to the needs of our future veterinarians. Students receive preparation that serves not only at the start of their careers, but for many years to come.

Think and Do

Congrats to the Class of 2019! Read about a few of our newest grads and the career paths they’ve chosen.

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98%DVM graduation
55%of graduates remain in NC
20 - 35Graduate age range for the Class of 2022

“Don’t be afraid to
let your career go in unexpected directions.”
~ Mitchell Troutman, class of 1998