Wisconsin Veterinary Technician Association

Congrats to our 2017 award winners:

Veterinary Technician of the Year: Kim Sherman, CVT

Veterinarian of the Year: Ray Pawlisch, DVM

WVTA President's Award: Trisha Roehling, CVT, VTS (Anes/Analgesia)





 Join us for the 2nd Annual Leadership Workshop

Spend a day focusing on you!  Learn skills to protect, support and build yourself up to enjoy a healthier, happier you!

November 11th, 2017


Landmark Resort in beautiful Egg Harbor, WI

Speakers            Itinerary              Hotel Info            Register


 CE For A Cause

CE for a Cause is raising money for The Dogs of Otavalo, an ongoing project that aims to help the people and dogs of Otavalo, Ecuador.

Topics include: 

Anesthesia for the cardio patient, Anesthetic complications, Locoregional anesthesia, Total intravenous anesthesia, Mechanical ventilation, How to intubate anything, And more!


December 9th, 2017


UW School of Veterinary Medicine

Register Here



Supporting & Promoting Veterinary Technicians throughout Wisconsin

 The Wisconsin Veterinary Technician Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  We appreciate your support.  

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Continuing Education Events

Local and national events along with online CE opportunities.  Contact us to add your CE event on our page.

Continuing Education




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Job Board

Classifieds for CVT's and any other veterinary field related positions.   Updated frequently!

Job Board

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Career Information

Everything from how to pick the right school, requirements to be licensed and how to advance your career in the future.

CVT Career

Our Leadership
Are you passionate about your career and veterinary medicine? The WVTA can open doors for you. Volunteering as a member of the Executive Board/Committee can give you the leadership experience necessary for you to qualify for that promotion you have had your eye on. Networking events and the name recognition that come from being involved might give you an edge over another candidate for a job in your 'dream clinic.' Many employers want to hire career technicians because they are the ones that demonstrate their passion for the field by having initiative. Don't worry if you don't know the first thing about leadership, the great news is that we are a team and as a team we help each other gain the skills we need to succeed.