Applications are now being accepted for the West Texas Youth Veterinary Science Workshop, slated for June 2-6 at the Tom Green County 4-H Center in San Angelo.

The program is meant to introduce high school students to careers in veterinary science and related fields.

Instructors will include veterinarians, university and Texas A&M AgriLife Research and AgriLife Extension faculty, and other professionals.

Participants must be of high school age, have an interest in veterinary science and be willing to work in teams.

Applications and instructions are available from any AgriLife Extension office or by visiting http://sutton.agrilife.org/.

Send applications to the AgriLife Extension office in Sutton County by May 10.

Participants will be informed of their acceptance into the program by May 17.

Individual registration of $360 is due by May 22.

For more information, call the AgriLife Extension office in Sutton County at (325) 387-3101.

Contact Teresa Tankersley at teresat@kdhnews.com or (254)501-7542

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