Littleton Equine Medical Center has provided professional veterinary services to Denver, Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region since 1950. Today, the practice has evolved into a state of the art, exclusively equine hospital and referral center.
Our practice proudly offers a long standing and strong veterinary technician internship program. Through this opportunity, students are closely associated with a group of equine professionals with over 150 years of combined experience. Additionally, the technician program helps to expose our practice to bright minds and cutting edge ideas from around the world.
As a technician student, wide and varied clinical exposure is essential. Our program is designed to offer participants a chance to learn from individual technicians & practitioners in each area of service. A typical week’s rotation can include in-depth lameness, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, field service, sports medicine, preventative medicine, intensive care case management, and (seasonally) reproduction.
Students must be enrolled in an AVMA accredited school of veterinary technology and each student is responsible for housing, transportation and health insurance while interning with us. Interested students, please submit all information to Monica Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org
Included in the packet should be:
- Cover letter addressing the topic: Why are you a good fit for LEqMC and how will this internship help you reach your career goals?
- Resume including references
- Transcript (unofficial is fine)
- Bel-Rea students, please submit all information to Deb Kubiak
For students enrolled in schools outside of Colorado please include:
- Information about the school’s internship requirements
- Dates of the requested internship
- Upon acceptance, please be prepared to show proof of insurance
Littleton Equine Medical Center is located in Littleton, Colorado, a suburb of Denver, which boasts four major professional sports teams and a vibrant downtown with many cultural and social activities. With 300+ days of sunshine a year, Colorado is an outdoor sports capital including skiing, mountain biking, hiking, rafting and, of course, equestrian events including rodeo, eventing and trail riding.