Madelynn Bartlett The Craziest

Sometimes you just have to let go

"Who am I'

Web and Digital Communications

Performing arts

Marketing comunications

Skills

I am good at taking care of animals and other peoples animals.

Values

I value animals of different kinds

Learning

I love learning about all kinds of animals

Clusters

I learn from hands on training and tudering.

"Why should all of these things be considered when deciding clusters based on a career?"

Yes Because they will help you with your future

"Where Am I Going"

My Career As A Vetenarian

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Job Description

Veterinarians diagnose, prevent, and treat a variety of animal illnesses and diseases. They administer tests, observe conditions in animals, perform surgery, and prescribe medication and/or therapy.Veterinarians work in private clinics or animal hospitals

Median Salary

The median annual wage for veterinarians was$87,590 in May 2014. The median wage is the wage at which half the workers in an occupation earned more than that amount and half earned less. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $52,530, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $157,390.

Job Outlook

Summary

Quick Facts: Veterinarians

On-the-job TrainingNone

Number of Jobs, 201478,300

Job Outlook, 2014-249% (Faster than average)

Employment Change, 2014-246,900

work scedual

Veterinarians can be exposed to disease and infection and may be kicked, bitten, or scratched. Most veterinarians work 50 or more hoursa week, however, about a fifth worked 40 hours. Those in private practice may work nights and weekends.Jan 4, 1996

Work enviroment

Veterinarian Working Conditions. Veterinarians in private or clinical practice often work long hours in a noisy indoor environment. Sometimes they have to deal with emotional or demanding pet owners. When working with animals that are frightened or in pain, veterinarians risk being bitten, kicked, or scratched.

Something ineresting about my career

When an animal is sick, vets examine it to find out why. They look for clues in the way an animal looks, acts, and smells. For example, if a dog is walking in a strange way, that might be because it hurt its leg. Vets need to look carefully because animals can't say what is wrong.

Vets also give blood tests, x-rays, and other tests, looking for clues about an animal's illnesses. Then, vets decide what kind of medicine the animal needs.

Vets prevent problems by giving vaccinations and check-ups and fixing teeth. They also teach owners how to feed and train their animals.

Vets use special tools to perform surgeries. They fix broken bones, take out tumors, replace knees and hips, and more. Vets also treat and cover wounds. They need to be ready to see blood, organs, and bones.

"How Do I Get There"

Goal setting

  1. Get into collage
  2. Graduate from collage
  3. Get an appartment
  4. Get a job
  5. start living and depending on my self

Which collage whould i prefer

Texas A&M University - College Station

77843, Administration Building, 400 Bizzell St, College Station, TX 77840

Why this collage

Because a lot of my family went there and I thought it sounds nice and a good school .

What degrees?

Would-be veterinarians must hold a bachelor's degree at a four-yearcollege before moving on to veterinary medicine school. Undergraduate work should focus on chemistry, biology, zoology, physiology, microbiology and anatomy.

Scholarships

J.D.W. French ScholarshipVaries

Need-based scholarship open to Vet and Animal Science and Forestry Majors.

A. Holland Groth Student Research Award in Veterinary MedicineVaries

One or more annual awards shall be presented annually to a third or fourth year student(s) in the professional curriculum of the College of Veterinary Medicine who has exhibited proficiency, ...

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After High school

After High school I plan to get a job and sooner i will go to collage. And try to make a good career choice. And maybe.... even try to get an apartment!