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School Address:

600 E. Pollock Road, Nittany Apartment #3406 State College, PA 16801

Victoria Hynes

609-610-1436

vah5018@psu.edu

Permanent Address:

8425 Valley Road Fogelsville, PA 18051

OBJECTIVE:

To obtain an internship in veterinarian medicine

EDUCATION:

The Pennsylvania State University Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences, Minor in Equine Science Cumulative Grade Point Average: 3.38

EXPERIENCE:

The Pennsylvania State University Undergraduate Research Assistant

University Park, PA Graduation: May 2011

University Park, PA September 2009- Present

Assist a graduate student in Equine nutrition research studies

Participated in a study that explored developmental patterns of basal glucose and insulin in mares and foals

using glucose assays

West Valley Animal Hospital Veterinarian Assistant

Allentown, PA May 2009-August 2009

Assisted small animal veterinarians in routine exams, emergencies, and surgeries

Handled cats and dogs during examinations

Prepared vaccines for appointments

Completed lab work included snap blood tests, Abaxis prep, urinalysis, and intestinal parasite evaluation in fecal samples

Operated the computer program, Clientrax, to schedule appointments and update client records

Quakertown Veterinarian Clinic Extern

Quakertown, PA May 2008- August 2008

Shadowed large animal veterinarians on their daily appointments

Prepared vaccines and assisted in x-rays, ultrasounds, and rectal palpations

Handled animals: horses, dairy cows, pot-bellied pigs, goats, alpaca, llama, deer, and more

Silver Dollar Stables Lesson Instructor and Barn Assistance

Cranbury, NJ June 2006- August 2007

Taught beginners horseback riding, horse knowledge, and horse care

Worked the AM and PM barn routine including daily cleaning and feeding tasks

High Riders Handicapped Riding Facility

Allentown, NJ

Volunteer

Spring 2005

Assisted in teaching equestrian skills to people with disabilities through hippotherapy

Cream Ridge Pony Club Active Member: C-3 Rating

Cream Ridge, NJ 2000- Present

Involved in the structured program that teaches professional horsemanship, riding skills, horse knowledge and care, volunteerism, leadership, teamwork, responsibility, self- confidence and sportsmanship

HONORS AND ACTIVITIES:

4 time Dean’s List Recipient Certified in Technical Large Animal Emergency Rescue United States Pony Club National Youth Conference (2008 New Jersey Representative) Operations Committee Member, Penn State Dance Marathon (THON) – Canning Coordinator University Clubs: Penn State Equine Research Team, Pre-Vet Club, Springfield THON, Students Responsible Use of Animals, Students Organizing the Multiple Arts, and The Asylum Owner of both horses and dogs

for the