We Proudly Present Veterinary Technician Graduate Jenna Pleban
“My education helped me find a career I love,” says Jenna Pleban, Stautzenberger College graduate. Jenna knew she wanted to spend her future living out her passion rather than settling for just any career. Her mother was the one who inspired her to become a veterinary technician. “My mother knew my love for animals and suggested it to me,” recalls Jenna. After enrolling at Stautzenberger College, Jenna studied hard and developed her practical skills. She completed an externship at the Animal Wellness Center of Strongsville, where she was hired. We are so proud of Jenna for achieving her professional dream!
What You Learn in a Veterinary Technician AAS Program
For each graduate of a program, we highlight three different courses. During the program, Jenna took courses such as: Veterinary Anatomy Systems & Functions, Microbiology, and Laboratory & Exotic Animal Medicine.
In these courses, she learned about:
- The basics of anatomy and physiology of small and large animals in regard to the endocrine, sensory, cardiac, respiratory, gastrointestinal, urinary, and reproductive systems
- The classification, physiology, and morphology of disease-causing microorganisms; proper laboratory techniques; and diagnostic testing of pathogens
- Regulations concerning the exotic medicine and care and use of laboratory animals
In addition to veterinary technician-related subjects, general education courses such as College Math and History of American Government allowed Jenna to fulfill associate degree requirements.
How Our Graduate Became a Veterinary Technician
Like Jenna, you too could become a veterinary technician and start your career journey in this interesting and necessary profession. Our program focuses on Fear Free Education and is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). Graduates are prepared to take the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE).
Stautzenberger College's Veterinary Technician AAS Program at a Glance
Program Length: 24 months
Learning Environment: Hybrid format incorporating both online and in-person components
Lead Instructor for Veterinary Technician
Job Outlook: 8% increase in the U.S. projected from 2019-20291
Find out more about our veterinary technician AAS program today. Call 888.859.8225 or submit the Request Information form on our website. We are prepared to assist you with completing the enrollment process, finding a tutor, networking with local employers, and much more. We even offer financial aid to those who qualify! Our goal is to get you started on a career path that, like Jenna, you find fulfilling and rewarding.
1 National Center for O*NET Development. 29-2056.00 - Veterinary Technologists and Technicians. O*NET OnLine. Retrieved May 31, 2021, from https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/29-2056.00
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