WVLDI Student Chapters have formed at veterinary colleges throughout the nation and are going strong with many speaking engagements, events, and activities focused on leadership development. Contact our Student Director (email@example.com) and the WVLDI student chapter at your school to see how you can get involved!
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WVLDI Student Chapters
Where can I find current WVLDI student chapters?
What started as a grassroots movement has grown into an international network of students.
How do I start a chapter?
To start a student chapter, you will need to fill out the application. Applications will be reviewed monthly by the board of directors, and you will be contacted by the Student Director once your chapter has been approved! Each university has a unique process for registering your chapter as a student organization—be sure to contact your university with questions about any additional requirements.
My student chapter was approved. Where can I find additional resources to help me get started?
The Student Chapter Welcome Packet contains publicity materials, event ideas, the Code of Conduct, and a Constitution template.
What funding opportunities are open to students?
Currently, WVLDI is unable to provide each student chapter with funding; however, several chapters have been very successful with fundraisers. Examples of fundraisers include member dues, merchandise sales, cornhole tournaments, and bake sales. Visit our CafePress site to check out WVLDI merchandise (https://www.cafepress.com/womenveterinaryleaderdevinitiative)!
How can I contact speakers in our area?
WVLDI board members are available as speakers for chapters. Email the Student Director for more information!
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