Animal Compassion Undergraduate Scholarship

Scholarship

Animal Compassion Undergraduate Scholarship Award

Pet Insurance U is excited to announce the 2017 Animal Compassion Veterinary Scholarship Award! This scholarship program is open to veterinary undergraduate about_whowearestudents enrolled in a degree program at an accredited institution.

Who should apply? Applicants with extracurricular community outreach experience, with an interest in animal advocacy and combatting animal cruelty.

This scholarship focuses on the need for future veterinary professionals to use their digital reach to engage and educate the public on matters related to fair treatment for all animals.

These efforts are aimed at fostering:

  • Public literacy of research supporting animal sentience
  • Raising awareness about various types of animal cruelty

Educating the public on the research and science of animal emotions is the duty of every future veterinary professional. Sadly, this task is left for news media outlets and important messages are often obscured by sensationalized study results, catchy news headlines and oversimplified research summaries.

Public outreach efforts by veterinary professionals can meaningfully sway public opinion on issues related to animal rights. If your educational and personal history includes ongoing efforts to change people’s minds about the mistreatment of animals, please apply for this year’s scholarship award — we would love to hear your story.

Scholarship Criteria

Applicants must demonstrate academic distinction along with financial need. Additionally, this scholarship award will focus on expanding the duties of the veterinary profession to include creating and maintaining a dialogue with the general public, outreach to media outlets and other consumer organizations and education efforts aimed at improving public literacy about important animal research and ongoing needs and efforts of that they can become involved with. This scholarship will be awarded to students whose career interests include clinical veterinary medicine, animal research, teaching, etc.

Through the animal compassion scholarship program, veterinary professionals through Pet Insurance U will identity students who have demonstrated outstanding efforts aimed at improving public understanding of what constitutes animal cruelty and what can be done to curb its proliferation.

Recipient Award

There will be one student scholarship award available in the amount of $500. This is an equal opportunity award for all qualified applications who meet minimum eligibility requirements.

Student Criteria

  • Currently enrolled and in good standing at a WASC accredited undergraduate program in the United States.
  • Current overall GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Plans to pursue graduate studies in veterinary medicine.
  • Proven history of animal advocacy
  • Ability to demonstrate financial need

Application Requirements and Deadline

The application period opens on January 1, 2017 and closes on June 30, 2017. All applications must be fully submitted by June 30th to qualify.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Phone (required)

Current College or University (required)

2 year college4 year collegeTechnical/vocational school

Graduate Course of Study (required)

Expected Graduation Date (required)

Current Course of Study (required)

Postgraduate Course of Study (required)

Previous Work in Animal Advocacy (required)

Intended Use of Scholarship Funds (required)

Upload Photos of Volunteer Efforts Helping Animals

+ Overview

Animal Compassion Undergraduate Scholarship Award

Pet Insurance U is excited to announce the 2017 Animal Compassion Veterinary Scholarship Award! This scholarship program is open to veterinary undergraduate about_whowearestudents enrolled in a degree program at an accredited institution.

Who should apply? Applicants with extracurricular community outreach experience, with an interest in animal advocacy and combatting animal cruelty.

This scholarship focuses on the need for future veterinary professionals to use their digital reach to engage and educate the public on matters related to fair treatment for all animals.

These efforts are aimed at fostering:

  • Public literacy of research supporting animal sentience
  • Raising awareness about various types of animal cruelty

Educating the public on the research and science of animal emotions is the duty of every future veterinary professional. Sadly, this task is left for news media outlets and important messages are often obscured by sensationalized study results, catchy news headlines and oversimplified research summaries.

Public outreach efforts by veterinary professionals can meaningfully sway public opinion on issues related to animal rights. If your educational and personal history includes ongoing efforts to change people’s minds about the mistreatment of animals, please apply for this year’s scholarship award — we would love to hear your story.

+ Scholarship Criteria

Scholarship Criteria

Applicants must demonstrate academic distinction along with financial need. Additionally, this scholarship award will focus on expanding the duties of the veterinary profession to include creating and maintaining a dialogue with the general public, outreach to media outlets and other consumer organizations and education efforts aimed at improving public literacy about important animal research and ongoing needs and efforts of that they can become involved with. This scholarship will be awarded to students whose career interests include clinical veterinary medicine, animal research, teaching, etc.

Through the animal compassion scholarship program, veterinary professionals through Pet Insurance U will identity students who have demonstrated outstanding efforts aimed at improving public understanding of what constitutes animal cruelty and what can be done to curb its proliferation.

+ Recipient Award

Recipient Award

There will be one student scholarship award available in the amount of $500. This is an equal opportunity award for all qualified applications who meet minimum eligibility requirements.

+ Student Criteria

Student Criteria

  • Currently enrolled and in good standing at a WASC accredited undergraduate program in the United States.
  • Current overall GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Plans to pursue graduate studies in veterinary medicine.
  • Proven history of animal advocacy
  • Ability to demonstrate financial need

+ Deadline

Application Requirements and Deadline

The application period opens on January 1, 2017 and closes on June 30, 2017. All applications must be fully submitted by June 30th to qualify.

+ Apply

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Phone (required)

Current College or University (required)

2 year college4 year collegeTechnical/vocational school

Graduate Course of Study (required)

Expected Graduation Date (required)

Current Course of Study (required)

Postgraduate Course of Study (required)

Previous Work in Animal Advocacy (required)

Intended Use of Scholarship Funds (required)

Upload Photos of Volunteer Efforts Helping Animals

7 Comments
  1. Reply Raneem 01/16/2017 at 6:42 pm

    Is this chance available for middle east students?

    • Reply Pet Insurance U 02/07/2017 at 3:06 am

      Hi Raneem, thanks for your interest in our scholarship. Unfortunately, it is only available to students attending school in the US. Good luck with your studies!
      The Pet Insurance U Team

  2. Reply Gabriela Gonzalez 02/03/2017 at 11:11 pm

    Can I apply for this scholarship if I attend the University of Florida?

    • Reply Pet Insurance U 02/07/2017 at 3:05 am

      Hi Gabriela, thanks for your interest in our scholarship program. Yes, you may apply as long as you attend school in the US.
      All the Best,
      The Pet Insurance U Team

  3. Reply Briana Moreland 02/17/2017 at 7:05 am

    Can I still apply for this scholarship if I’m still a senior in high school, but know where I am going to college?

  4. Reply Stephanie Bellinghausen 02/22/2017 at 1:25 am

    If I’m graduated cum laude as of December 2016 from Oregon State University and officially accepted an offer to study veterinary medicine at AVMA accredited University of Edinburgh, am I eligible to apply?

  5. Reply Rebecca Turcios 03/02/2017 at 6:31 am

    I know of certain students-like myself- who are in a gap year and who are going to be attending graduate school in the Fall in the US. Would I be ineligible?

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