Life as a 4th year, and planning for the future amidst COVID with Victoria McKaba
Tune in as we chat with Victoria McKaba, a 4th-year veterinary student at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. We discuss what it’s like being a 4th year in the midst of COVID, how she is planning for the future, and her advice for the Class of 2024.
About Victoria McKaba:
Victoria has a strong interest in small animal cardiology and hopes to pursue an internship and residency after graduation. While in veterinary school, Victoria has dedicated her time to organized veterinary medicine, serving as the Illinois SAVMA President, Omega Tau Sigma – Theta Chapter President, and currently serves as the National SAVMA Chapter President Representative. Outside of vet med, Victoria loves hiking with her dog Bentley, spending time with friends and family, traveling, and discovering the best local breweries.
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