Career Services for Employers
We offer our employer partners the means to engage with CVM students through job postings, information sessions, on-campus interviewing and other creative opportunities for recruitment. Contact Jenna Hartwell, Director of Veterinary Career Services and Professional Development at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-513-6280 if you would like to post a position, have questions or would like to brainstorm recruiting ideas.
The College of Veterinary Medicine has two options for posting positions for DVM students and alumni.
With ePACK your listing is available to all NCSU students and registered alumni. This FREE tool is the internal job board for the entire university and gives our employer partners access to over 34,000 students enrolled in over 100 different degree programs including Veterinary Medicine. There is never a charge to use the system.
With the NCSU CVM “Career Classifieds” you can post positions that are accessible to either A. just the NCSU community or B. to Veterinarians nationally (this is the same website the AVMA uses – jobs are posted on all “Veterinary Career Network” partner sites). Please note, there is a fee associated if you decide to post this position nationally.
Why Hire A CVM DVM?
- The CVM has gained international recognition on the strength of its teaching, research, engagement, and patient care efforts and is ranked 3rd among the nation’s 30 colleges of veterinary medicine.
- The CVM is unique among veterinary colleges with an on-site Teaching Animal Unit that operates as an 80 acre working farm for hands-on instruction with large animal medicine and exposes students to basic agriculture principles and farm technology.
- The 100,000 sq ft. Research Building includes 33 state-of-the-art labs plus two advanced BioSafety Level 3 labs for infectious disease research. Researchers conduct leading-edge investigations in genomic sciences, gene therapy, vaccine development, and creation of diagnostic tests, new cancer immuno-therapy, and genetic research to prevent diseases in livestock and companion animals.
- Academic Degrees Offered: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM with 9 Focus Areas), MS/PhD in Comparative Biomedical Sciences, Fisheries & Wildlife, Immunology, Physiology, Master of Veterinary Public Health, Master of Specialized Veterinary Medicine, combined DVM/MBA, combined DVM/PhD.
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Our core DVM curriculum is the same for all of our students. The schedule of courses and course descriptions is available here: