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Canadian Vet Students Pursue their Passion

By Alex Geduld-Boucher, Student Veterinarian, Class of 2021, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph The airplane wheels touched down on the Namibian runway, and slowly came to a halt. Andrew Bush and I disembarked from the small aircraft to see, somewhat surprisingly, the scale of the international airport in Windhoek. After spending 4 weeks travelling through South Africa

Canadian Donors Help Student Interns’ Learning Experience

CCF’s student intern program provides outstanding opportunities for students to deepen their learning and practical experience in a wide range of disciplines, including biology, animal science, genetics, and conservation. Students working on under-graduate and graduate degrees complete their research projects at the Centre while benefitting from CCF’s extensive staff expertise.  As well, CCF has a

Canadian Team of Vet Students Going to CCF Namibia

This summer, five veterinary students from the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) at the University of Guelph will be completing a two-week volunteer veterinary placement at CCF Namibia’s cheetah research centre. The students are part of the OVC’s Global Vets which supports vet students in volunteering with animal health services in developing countries. CCF’s world-class research

Student Intern Opportunity in Namibia

For students with a passion for conservation, veterinary science and ecology, CCF’s International Research and Education Centre in Namibia offers an amazing opportunity to complete an academic internship. Students coming from a range of disciplines perform a variety of tasks, such as assisting with cheetah and livestock guarding dog care, helping in clinical workups, observing cheetah