Graduation is just around the corner. And chances are, you're feeling stressed. It makes sense. Earning your DVM is a huge milestone. And with it comes great changes—like a new job, a new community, new coworkers, and new responsibilities.
After countless lectures, exhausting exams, and all-night study sessions, you're close to earning your DVM. What comes next? A well-rounded insurance portfolio—courtesy of the Graduate Guarantee Acceptance Program from the AVMA LIFE Trust.
Written by Dr. Brian Godsey
After I graduated with my DVM from Kansas State University, my to-do list seemed rather daunting. The one item solely in my control was learning the specifics of my life and disability insurance options.
Written by: Steven Lucero, Ph.D.
Veterinary students often feel like ducks swimming through the placid calm of an undisturbed lake. From the beach, while you observe a duck swimming through water, what do you notice? The duck appears to slice through the water with unobstructed ease. Now, throw on your scuba gear and dive in. What do you notice looking up at the duck from underneath?