Students learn anatomy and physiology, as well as animal health and disease, animal behavior, and client communication to prepare for employment in Veterinary careers. The class focuses are academic, technical skills, and employability practices. Students will develop personal and professional skills in the classroom that will transfer to the workplace:
Elizabeth Belaski is a native of San Francisco and attended San Francisco State University. She received her Animal Science degree at Cosumnes River College in Sacramento, CA. Ms. Belaski has worked in small animal practices and created her own temporary job agency exclusively for veterinary related positions in the Portland metro area in Oregon. She has also worked with wildlife, exotic animals, marine mammals and laboratory research animals, and shelter medicine. Elizabeth has taught veterinary technology students for over 4 years and feels very privileged to be part of the SVCTE teaching staff. Elizabeth has a huge passion for the Arts and Home renovation; she now resides in San Jose.