VetPAC Internship

The VetPAC Internship is a unique and competitive leadership program in which Pre-Veterinary students are provided the opportunity and challenge of developing and coordinating events, activities, and initiatives under the mentorship of VetPAC Program Director, Dr. Shweta Trivedi. Interns will also network with professionals in the field, attend special conferences, and will earn up to two credit hours of On-Campus Learning Experience (OCLE) elective hours.

Intern Expectations

VetPAC interns are responsible for a variety of duties in the role, including:

  • Managing the VetPAC Office two hours a week
  • Answering VetPAC emails and phone calls
  • Answering pre-veterinary questions in person, by phone, and through email
  • Facilitating at least two Spend a Day at State visits per semester
  • Attending at least two High School Outreach Events
  • Maintain the VetPAC library
  • Maintain brochures and other VetPAC materials and resources
  • Attend to the community chore list
  • Coordinating VetPAC events, activities, and invitiatives

Program Outcomes

VetPAC interns gain a wealth of knowledge and experience through a diverse range of opportunities, including:

  • Meeting with CVM faculty and current DVM students
  • Attending the North Carolina Veterinary Conference and the American Pre-Veterinary Medical Association Annual Symposium
  • Attending CVM Outreach events
  • One-on-one mentoring with VetPAC Program Director, Dr. Shweta Trivedi
  • Letter of reference from Dr. Trivedi

Application Requirements

The application window for the 2020-2021 VetPAC Internship is February 11, 2020 through March 15, 2020.


Application Materials:

Applications must be submitted hard copy in an envelope to the VetPAC office in 341 Riddick Hall

  • Unofficial copy of transcript
  • Letter of Intent (1 page)
  • Current resume
  • Contact information for two references, included in the resume

Applicants are expected to have a current GPA of 3.3 at the time of application submission.