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During the lunch hour at the Veterinary school.
Outside speakers are invited to share their faith with us. They are often veterinarians who tell us how they incorporate their faith and the outside pressures they face associated with veterinary medicine.
Social activities are planned for fellowship with each other and with other Christian graduate and professional clubs on campus. Family, friends, and significant others are encouraged to come! Last year we went ice-skating and on a scavenger hunt with Christian Graduate Student Alliance.
Fundraising activities such as bake sales, barbeques, and selling merchandise help our club to raise money for club activities, and to sponsor club members on missionary trips.
Four times a year CVM offers a weekend retreat for CVF chapters, by region, gather together to learn practical information on a wide-range of topics given by Professional Veterinarians and Long-Term Veterinarian Missionaries. Some topics from last year's RL/RI weekends included: Ten Things to Avail and Avoid in Your First Job, Life Issues for Women Veterinarians, Short-Term Mission Reports, and Ethical Choices After Veterinary School just to name a few! The RL/RI always prove rewarding to all who attend, students and veterinarians alike.
Shuttles are Short-Term Mission trips where veterinary students have the opportunity to take their faith and their veterinary knowledge to the field and serve. This involves working overseas or stateside with one of CVM's current partners in the shuttle program. This summer we sent a group to Honduras!