This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about the Wilson-Hooper Veterinary Medicine Assistance Program!
Created in memory of Jane Wilson Hooper and Colonel Philip L. Hooper, the goal of the Wilson-Hooper Veterinary Assistance Program is to help young, qualified people who love animals pursue a degree at an accredited college or university. Funding from the program is merit-based, and is intended to support students who wish to use their degrees to learn to care for animals.
THE DEADLINE TO APPLY IS FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2016.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Pursuing a degree in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or Veterinary Technology (Associate of applied Science Degree)
- Enrolled or soon to be enrolled full-time in a nationally accredited college or university in the United States
- Enrolled or a descendant of a federally-recognized American Indian tribe
- Maintain a B average
Applicants will be asked to provide:
- Unofficial transcript
- Explanation of why you want to become a veterinarian and the animals you’d like to work with
- Admission letter from university or college
- Program Plan (map of coursework by terms toward degree completion) if available
- Tribal Eligibility Certificate
- Financial Needs Form
All applications must be submitted through the American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) website.
The award varies based on level of education.
Click here to learn more information and apply via AIGC’s website.