Spend your summer in Bali learning about exotic animal medicine. Gain hands-on experience with rare animals as you earn college credit and community service hours while having the adventure of a lifetime.
Bali is a tropical paradise, housing many rare species such as sun bears, peacocks and sea turtles. This summer, gain hands-on experience alongside veterinarians in wildlife rescue centers and community clinics. Perform physical examinations and practice rehabilitation medicine while assisting local organizations with wildlife re-release efforts, including working with young sharks. Become familiar with primates and reptiles as you focus on conservation efforts that affect the native animals of Indonesia.
Explore the natural beauty of this country as you visit important cultural landmarks and raft with your group down Bali’s longest river. By assisting clinics and veterinarians, you will earn community service hours and experience what it is like to work with animals in a unique setting. Put your critical thinking to the test and practice problem solving as you spend your summer taking the next step towards your future in veterinary medicine.
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