Your personal Alumni Community
After you complete your studies with The College of Animal Welfare, you will be invited to subscribe to our exclusive alumni newsletter, CAW Connect.
Subscribing to CAW Connect allows you to access special alumni discounts and CPD offers, benefit from exclusive resources and careers advice, get the latest industry news straight to your inbox and keep up-to-date with college news and charity fundraising!
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Get involved at The College of Animal Welfare
If you're a member of our alumni, there are many ways you can stay connected to The College of Animal Welfare!
Become a guest speaker
Do you have knowledge and expertise to share? We are always on the lookout for alumni who are willing to join us as guest lecturers and speakers on our short courses and industry congresses.
Support the CAW Hardship Fund
The College of Animal Welfare has a hardship fund, which was set up to support students who are suffering financial distress and, for whatever reason, are unable to access any other kind of help. Help a fellow student to succeed!
Become an ambassador
If you’re a natural talker and happy speaking to prospective students about your experiences studying at the College, why not come along to our open days and annual Careers With Animals Day, to help us spread the word about what we do?
Train a student veterinary nurse
If you’re looking to help the next generation of veterinary nurses, why not take on one of our students on work placement? Not only will you learn new skills, but you will be helping a future member of the profession to learn the tricks of the trade!
Share your story
Are you a former student with an inspirational story to tell? We are always on the lookout for alumni who are willing to inspire our current students, by talking about what they’ve achieved since leaving the College as part of a written case study.
Fundraise with us
Join the hundreds of our current and former students alike, who have raised thousands of pounds for good causes over the years: including cancer research, wildlife conservation and animal welfare organisations across the UK.