Diversity In Veterinary Medicine
The veterinarian profession is the least diverse industry in America. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 97% of veterinarians in America identify as white men or women. 78% of veterinarians in America identify as women. In 2015, less than 2% of American Veterinarians identified as Black African Americans. Out of over 65,000 American Veterinarians, only 1,136 were African American.
Mr. Charles Shelton
Founded in memory of Charles Shelton’s love for horses, the Charles Shelton Foundation provides educational scholarships to deserving students seeking the opportunity to attend a college of their choice.
To provide educational scholarships to Black African-American students pursuing a degree in Veterinarian Medicine or Veterinarian Technology. Scholarships are awarded to individuals who have demonstrated an interest and commitment to animal welfare.
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