Meet your Instructors

Co-Founder and Managing Director of Loop Abroad

Jane Stine, JD, M.Ed

Jane is the co-founder of Loop Abroad. She loves helping students find the perfect Loop Abroad program for them and designing new programs for pre-veterinary students with amazing local organizations around the world. Jane designed Loop Abroad’s first curriculum while earning her Masters of Education at Harvard University. She also earned her law degree at Georgetown University and has taught economics, finance, accounting, media ethics, and media law at the university level. She was shortlisted for a 2018 Women in International Education award for her innovative work in program design and making study abroad more accessible. Jane has traveled to 82 countries and all 7 continents, and she has lived in Costa Rica, Brazil, Nepal, France, the Bahamas, Portugal, and Thailand.

Pre-Vet Advisor at University of Findlay (Ohio)

Brandon Forshey, DVM

Dr. Brandon Forshey is the Pre-Vet Advisor at the University of Findlay (Ohio). Dr. Forshey has advised hundreds of students on the VMCAS application and regularly meets with vet school admissions committees to better understand what they are looking for in a DVM candidate.

Getting Into Vet School

  1. 1
    • Intro

    • Who wrote this?

  2. 2
    • Tips from a leading university former pre-vet advisor

  3. 3
    • Intro

    • The VMCAS Essay

    • How much does the essay matter?

  4. 4
    • 10 mistakes to avoid in the VMCAS essays (video)

    • 10 things not to do (point by point)

  5. 5
    • Brainstorm

    • Your story

    • Make an outline

    • What tone to use

    • Write first, then cut

    • Check your grammar, spelling, and punctuation

  6. 6
    • Why you need a letter from a vet

    • How to ask for a letter of recommendation

    • "I don't have a vet recommender and I'm freaking out"

  7. 7
    • 14 steps to a GREAT interview

  8. 8
    • Get experience that makes you stand out

  9. 9
    • What's the difference between a resume and a CV?

    • How to organize your resume

    • Writing a cover letter