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  • May 07, 2018 8:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Check out this graduate degree that will hep to prepare leaders for the humane world of tomorrow. It is offered 100% online. Students choose between two graduate certificates built into the master's program: Non-profit Leadership, Animal Cruelty Investigation or a self-selected specialty.

    If you are interested in pursuing this degree classes for the Fall 2018 semester begin August 27th.

    For details go to:

  • November 01, 2017 3:16 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Interested in joining the APHE Board of Directors team?  APHE is looking for members interested in becoming more involved.  The call for nominations is open and runs through November 15, 2017. To learn more about board requirements and how to apply click here.  Apply today!

  • September 28, 2016 7:52 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    This year at the East Bay SPCA we piloted our first-ever high school Animal Camp. We marketed our camps as a veterinary and service-focused experience. Camp staff members developed a curriculum that was engaging and rewarding for a diverse demographic of campers—we knew the typical songs and games weren’t going to fly! We decided to order the free alternatives from the Science Bank – a critical care Jerry (dog), critical care Fluffy (cat), heart and breath simulator, and an IV trainer. We created an activity called “Vet Tech Stations” where the high school campers traveled around the room to different stations to work with some of the alternatives. The campers were so engaged in learning how everything worked and asked in-depth questions about anatomy to figure out the medical mysteries we created for them. They spent over an hour moving between the products getting hands-on experience with what seemed like real animals. They learned how to draw blood, set a catheter, wrap a broken leg, listen for heart murmurs, and so much more. Having the alternatives was an invaluable experience for our campers this summer. When the rest of our shelter staff found out about the tools we had brought in, they were envious. Even our veterinarians took a swing at the alternatives after camp one day! Previously, we had taught our students of this age similar lessons in veterinary care but it was never quite what we wanted. We tried “vaccinating” oranges, but fruit was no fun. We tried practicing wraps on stuffed animals, but there was something about the realistic Animalearn mannequins that left a lasting impression for these campers. At the end of camp, we like to have our campers make a piece of art. On it they have to write what their favorite activity from camp was. It was no surprise when we saw piece after piece flood our desk with three words – “Vet Tech Stations.” 

  • September 21, 2016 9:13 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Click here to read more of the article from APHE's Vice President Brian Ogle.

  • October 19, 2015 6:41 AM | Anonymous member

    Interested in joining the APHE Board of Directors?  The call for nominations is open and runs through November 13, 2015.  Read the guidelines for more information.

  • September 28, 2015 7:24 AM | Anonymous member

    October is Bullying Prevention Month, and just in time is the release of the new movie, Marshall's Miracle. The movie is based on the true story of Marshall, a Labrador retriever who was rescued from a hoarding situation.  A group of APHE board members screened the movie before its release and helped develop resources for educators and parents. Use the Follow-Up Movie Questions for sparking important discussions with youth about the bullying and animal welfare issues presented in the movie. Share the books and web links in Resources for Parenting Discussions with parents you know. 

  • July 31, 2015 7:13 AM | Anonymous member

    Save the dates!  APHE's National Humane Education Conference will be held at Charleston Animal Society in Charleston, South Carolina, 
    Feb. 24 - 26, 2016.  See the Events section for further details.

    Did you know? 
    South Carolina has two State Mottos: 'Dum Spiro Spero' ('While I breathe, I hope') and 'Animis Opibusque Parati' ('Ready in Soul and Resource'). The Historic Charleston region is home to the Angel Oak, which is South Carolina’s oldest live oak tree. 

  • March 02, 2015 7:47 AM | Anonymous member

    Tips and Tricks for Hiring Camp Staff

    Tuesday, March 10, 2015
    1-2pm EDT

    Co-Presented by:
    • Maggie Amiano, Humane Education Manager at San Francisco SPCA
    • Heather Disher, Education Manager at Helen Woodward Animal Center
    • Kiersten Anderson, San Francisco SPCA

    This is a free webinar. Register at
  • February 08, 2015 6:39 PM | Anonymous member

    Thank you to everyone who participated in the recent election.  Congratulations to our new board members: Kiersten Anderson, Dana Buchwald, De Daltorio, Beth Karzes, Karly Noel, Brian Ogle, Jennifer Pickar, Jennifer Whitworth, and Stacey Zeitlin.

  • January 12, 2015 6:57 AM | Anonymous member

    It’s Time to Select Your New APHE Board!
    We are thrilled with the highly qualified candidates who have applied to be a part of the APHE Board - members, you are going to have a hard time choosing only 9 of the 12 candidates. Please make sure you carefully read over each applicants’ application before voting. Log in to the Members' Area and go to the "Meet the 2015 Board Nominees" page.

    On January 19, members will receive a ballot via e-mail with all 12 candidates names, plus a write-in candidate option. You must complete the ballot by Friday, January 23 at midnight PT. Please contact Sandy De Lisle if you have any questions about the election:

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