We are constantly looking for extraordinary people to join our team at Heritage. Please stop in to drop off a resume and fill out an application for us to keep on file. This way, when opportunities arise in the future, we will review resumes and applications on file first, contact you if we think you may be a good fit, and see if you’re still interested in a position.
For groups wanting to learn a little about veterinary medicine—you’ll receive the behind-the-scenes tour, see some of the unique things we deal with on a day-to-day basis, and have some question-and-answer time with the doctors and/or technicians.
For those thinking of entering the veterinary field (usually junior high, high school, undergraduate, or first year veterinary technician students)—spend a day or a few days with us to see what the veterinary field is all about.
For first year veterinary school students, usually set up through the University of Minnesota—spend 12+ hours over a couple of days completing a list of skill-building tasks and seeing how a typical day in a veterinary clinic works.
For pre-veterinary students or veterinary technician students—spend 200-400 hours (or as required by your specific program) practicing skills and learning how a typical practice runs in preparation for becoming a certified veterinary technician or entering veterinary school.
For fourth (senior) year veterinary students—spend 2-4 weeks (or as required by your specific program) practicing veterinary skills in the exam room and beyond in preparation of graduation and entering the veterinary field. This is usually set up through the University of Minnesota or University of Wisconsin, but other programs are also welcome.
Please contact us if you are interested in any of these opportunities with our practice. We generally have a large number of student requests and try to limit the number of students present at the same time. That way, each student gets the best experience possible.
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12624 Bass Lake Road
Maple Grove, MN 55369
Mon-Fri: 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Sat: 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.