Open to all Fort Bend County youth ages 12-17 & in the 7th grade or higher. This five-year plan of study consists of 100 lessons and 50 activities. After students have completed the curriculum and hours, they can then apply to take the exam to become a Certified Veterinary Assistant.
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or contact the Fort Bend County Extension Office,
Natalie Heimann at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281-342-3034
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