Led by Ricardo Videla, Adjunct Associate Professor this two-week externship opportunity allows students to work with a rural veterinarian in Argentina. Specifically, this course will expose senior veterinary students to the challenges associated with practicing veterinary medicine in a rural, under-served community in a foreign country. Students will be able to practice hands-on skills in small and large animal species while gaining the experience and understanding of cultural differences. To better prepare for the trip, enrolled students will be required to complete online modules or classroom sessions as an introduction to the culture of the community and the animal diseases that are more prevalent in the area. Students are assessed based on their participation and engagement, as well as completion of assignments, such as online modules, quizzes, and/or a final reflective statement. Four students can participate in this program.