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THE COOLEST VET SCHOOL IN THE UK IS LOOKING FOR SIX NEW TRAINEES … AND ONE OF THEM COULD BE YOU!
We’re looking for a real range of raw, raring-to-go recruits:
- Maybe you’ve never had a chance to get near or care for animals before?
- Perhaps you get freaked out by all things furry and feathered - and just the thought of working in a busy vet’s practice makes you shake with fear?
- Alternatively, you might love all animals and actually dream of becoming a vet when you’re older!
As long as you’ve got the determination to succeed and overcome any fears or phobias then we want to hear from you NOW!
Make no mistake about it, it’ll be hard work – but it’s an opportunity to do something absolutely amazing: You’ll be helping save animals’ lives.
So whether you’ve always wanted to be a vet, the thought has never even crossed your mind or you are actually scared of animals ask yourself this question…
ARE YOU UP FOR THE CHALLENGE OF A LIFETIME?
We’re looking for volunteers who will be between the age of 11 and 14 on 15th July, 2013. You’ll also need to be available for filming from 14th July to 10th August, 2013. Unfortunately we cannot accept applications from anyone below the age of 11 years old because of the nature of the veterinary work involved … sorry!
If you think you’re what we’re looking for, please print off a Junior Vets application form, fill in the details and post it back to us.
The closing date for applications is Friday 21st June 2013 so make sure you get your form to us before then.
If you don’t have a printer, just send a large stamped self addressed envelope to: Vet School Application Form Request, True North Productions, Marshalls Mill, Marshall Street, Leeds, LS11 9YP and we’ll send a form back to you in the post.
Please be sure to put a ‘LARGE LETTER’ stamp (First or Second Class) on the envelope or delivery could be delayed by the Royal Mail.
There are lots more details about applying on the application form itself.
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