Formal advanced training in cattle production medicine can help expand the skills and knowledge base of the cattle production medicine practitioner. In the spirit of supporting the development of future bovine practitioners, the AABP Foundation offers the Education Grants. The Education Grant program will provide grants of $1000 that will be available for incoming senior students and new graduates (those who have graduated in the previous six months). These grants will be awarded to students attending an accredited veterinary college advanced education program or another AABP approved continuing education endeavor.
Applicants must be a member or student member of the AABP. It can take up to 3 business days to process new membership applications, therefore it is suggested to ensure your membership in AABP is current well in advance of applying for an Education Grant.
For consideration, applications must include:
A completed AABP Education Grant application form, including a letter of intent outlining the applicant’s career goals (students) or current job description (recent graduates), prior experience with food animal production medicine, and goals for the advanced education program. Education Grant applications must be made online via the AABP website. Applications can be edited once submitted up to the deadline date.
Funds will be distributed directly to the university or program the student
will participate in.
Applications for support of educational opportunities commencing between
May 1, 2021 and April 30, 2022 must be received by April 15, 2021 at 5 pm Eastern. Incomplete applications will not be evaluated. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure letters of reference are submitted through the online application portal by the deadline.