Deadline: December 22nd of every year
|High School:||Year Graduated:|
|College:||No. Years Completed:|
|Graduate School:||No. Years Completed:|
|Present School Status|
|Please Furnish any information as to:|
|A. Honors obtained or papers published:
|B. VETERINARY RELATED COMMUNITY SERVICE AND/OR VOLUNTARY ACTIVITIES AND/OR POSITIONS HELD:
(Must clarify difference between Volunteer (non-paid positions) with dates and Professional (paid positions) Related Activities.
|C. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: (Be specific re: types and time spent performing):
|D. APPLICANT’S INCOME INFORMATION
|Yearly Salary:||Other Sources:|
|Career Goals - TYPE OF VETERINARY PRACTICE PLANNED AND WHY AFTER GRADUATION AND LOCATION?
WHY DOES THE APPLICANT NEED AND DESIRE THIS SCHOLARSHIP?
Two Essays: Feel free to attach extra sheets if needed (Your responses should reflect your views and not research)
“Compare and contrast animal welfare vs. animal rights. Then discuss your view as to the responsibility veterinarians have to respond to their clients’ wishes regarding a variety of elective surgeries.”
"Given the current trends in animal legislation, describe how you feel these trends will affect the future of the veterinary world, as well as that of animal owners."
Official transcripts of graduate and veterinary credits and grades must be forwarded to the scholarship committee co-chairperson to complete the application. Any breaks in education must be explained on the application.
Two letters of reference with phone numbers must also be sent to the scholarship committee co-chairperson, one should be personal and one should be of an academic nature (school administrator, faculty, etc). The personal reference should not be from members of the applicant's family.
Resume submission would be helpful in the application process.
Send all information by December 22nd to :
NBKC Scholarship Co-Chairman
28 Lawrence Brook Drive
East Brunswick, NJ 08816