Pre-vet student interested in working with large animals as an animal assistant in a setting where outstanding work ethic, relevant work experience, and education can be utilized.
Flexible, reliable and dependable hard worker.
Self-motivated with a strong desire to learn.
Cooperates and works well with others.
Member of Phi Theta Kappa Club
Awarded the Presidential Academic Scholarship Award to Lincoln Trail College.
Made the Lincoln Trail College Chief Executive Officer's Academic Honors list Fall 2010, Spring 2011, Fall 2011, and Spring 2012 semesters.
Received the ACES Transfer Achievement Scholarship to the University of Illinois.
Made the University of Illinois college of ACES Dean's list Spring 2013.
Performed basic animal care including walking dogs, cleaning kennels and cages, and administering medications.
Assisted veterinarians in exam rooms.
Prepped animals for surgery and assisted veterinarians during surgeries.
Performed general maintenance tasks in the dairy barns including cleaning out feed mangers and sweeping walkways.
Prepared morning feed rations and distributed correct rations to test and control groups.
Assisted with weekly weigh-in and body condition scoring of the cattle.
Sorted and delivered packages quickly and efficiently on a daily basis.
Photocopied documents for professors when needed.
Assisted the professor in preparing and performing labs.
Fed horses and cleaned stalls regularly.
Assisted with farrier work when needed.
Assisted with putting up hay and general yard work.
Assisted other veterinary assistants with daily tasks in the dog kennels and with other general tasks.
Observed surgery preparation techniques and general medical procedures.
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