The registration fee is $100 for 4-H members enrolled in Ulster County, $125 for non-4-H members or those outside of Ulster County, which includes two course books and materials. Participation is limited to 16 students. All participants must be fully vaccinated, and masks must be worn during programming. Registration and payment are to be completed online at http://ulster.cce.cornell.edu/events/2021/03/10/4-h-veterinary-science-program and will be received on a paid, first-come, first-served basis. Sorry, no refunds. In the event of bad weather, lessons may be cancelled in which case an extended period will be offered the following Thursday. For more information or help with registration, call MaryLou Guiliano of the CCEUC 4-H Program at 340-3990 ext. 339, or email email@example.com.
The program meets 6:30-8 p.m. every Thursday Feb. 3 through March 31. Area veterinarians and other speakers will provide hands-on lessons in a clinical setting. In the first unit, youth will explore the normal animal, including attitude and behavior, maintaining animal health, and the organs and systems of the animal body. In the second unit, animal diseases will be discussed including viruses, bacteria, and parasites that affect animal health. The instructors will also discuss the profession of veterinary science and possible career paths. The final class will include a guest speaker and a graduation ceremony.
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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County provides equal program and employment opportunities. Please contact our office in advance with any accommodation requests at (845) 340-3990 or Ulster@Cornell.edu.
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