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Support VSGD

VSGD has been on an amazing journey so far. Our aim now is to make it sustainable so that we can continue to support future generations of veterinary professionals.

There are many ways in which you can support VSGD. From simply attending events and participating in the community, through to sponsoring digital content, through to being a named event partner, we greatly appreciate you showing support and helping us in our mission!

We are currently offering a number paid-partnerships - please see below for full details. We’d love to work with you so if you have a big idea for something please do get in touch!

If you have any questions or ideas about how we could work together, please contact Ebony directly to discuss.


“Feedback to VSGD for the last two Careers Fairs you have helped us with- simply brilliant! The support you gave in sourcing speakers to be involved was fantastic. The first Careers Fair I ran we really struggled getting vets who had taken diverse career paths (other than research and academia!) When you came on board it was fantastic, I believe it’s so important to expose vet students to loads of possibilities from enthusiastic vets, so they get excited about the brilliant degree they are working towards- and the massive variation of exciting career opportunities available to them when they qualify!
— Helen Reed, Nottingham Vet School

Current partnership opportunities


Vet Passport Roadshow

Partner with us to make this event a roaring success! We have a variety of paid-partnerships available at all levels.

“VSGD were integral to helping us organise the first ever “Beyond the Clinic” stream at the AVS Congress at RVC in 2019. Ebony was always on hand to offer support and advice and was made sure we were put in contact with speakers who were best suited to the topics which we were covering. Beyond the Clinic focused on non-clinical aspects of veterinary medicine including epidemiology, government work, research, one health and animal welfare. We received great feedback from our delegates and it was amazing to be able to share my passions in veterinary medicine to other veterinary students. I am sure that the weekend educated veterinary students to the wide diversity of veterinary careers available to them outside of clinical practice and it would not have gone as smoothly without VSGD helping us! We were lucky enough to have Ebony chair our panel on “Alternative Careers in Veterinary Medicine”, she made it extremely interactive and informative for attendees. Ebony is a pleasure to work with and I highly recommend her and her team to help organise events!”
— Meg Rawlins, AVS Congress 2019 committee

Community Partner

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