Veterinary Technicians provide VITAL and continuing assistance to an array of animals. This diverse field includes workplace settings in private veterinary hospitals, specialty care centers, research facilities, animal shelters, government agencies, livestock management facilities, the military, and zoos. There is a shortage of Registered Veterinary Technicians in the North Bay region and across the state. The demand for RVTs and unregistered Veterinary Technicians is expected to continue to grow at an even greater pace in the future. The majority of Veterinary Technicians work with canine and feline patients in veterinary hospitals. Veterinary Technicians are also employed working with equine, pet exotic, farm, and wildlife species. When you enroll in SRJC's Veterinary Technician Program, you will acquire the knowledge that qualifies you for an exciting career.