What is a resume workshop, anyway?

Career skill building is an integral facet of being an Equine Scholar. In addition to participating in top-notch academic programs and consistently gaining industry experience, Equine Scholars focus on how best to package and promote their professional selves. The end goal is to ensure students are prepared for their post graduation objectives, which range from veterinary school and […]

By |February 12th, 2014|News|Comments Off on What is a resume workshop, anyway?

Foaling 101 with Dr. Travis Luna from Equine Medical Associates, PSC

Ever ready and true to our barn bound roots, the Equine Scholars began 2014 undaunted by the polar vortex that settled across Kentucky. Our initial program venture was to be a tour of Central Kentucky Riding for Hope, a premiere therapeutic riding facility located at the Kentucky Horse Park. As the tour date approached, our best made plans were […]

By |January 30th, 2014|News|Comments Off on Foaling 101 with Dr. Travis Luna from Equine Medical Associates, PSC

ESP Fall 2013: Here, There, and Everywhere

As the first signs of winter settle across the Bluegrass, the season for reflection, hot chocolate, and horsey themed holiday cards is most certainly upon us and the Equine Scholars Program had a Fall 2013 semester worthy of reflection. Enjoy the below account of our semester (feel invited to indulge in some hot chocolate while reading).

During […]

By |December 4th, 2013|News|Comments Off on ESP Fall 2013: Here, There, and Everywhere

Congratulations Class of 2013!!!!

Another school year is over and with that brings graduation.  This year the Equine Scholars Program graduated eight seniors.  While it is sad to see them leave, we know that their education at Georgetown College has prepared them for the future in whatever area they chose.

We are proud to say that Sayde Daniels has been accepted into […]

By |June 10th, 2013|Graduates, News|Comments Off on Congratulations Class of 2013!!!!

Volunteering at the Alltech National Horse Show

Scholars volunteered and were given a V.I.P. tour of the 2012 Alltech National Horse Show at the Kentucky Horse Park. 2012 was the second year that the show has been held in Lexington, KY and the first year that the Equine Scholars Program has been part of the experience.  The National Horse Show is […]

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Big congratulations to 2012 Equine Scholar graduate Kelsey Hamilton on her acceptance of a position at Amberley Farms (Berlin, MD) as a rider and groom as they  travel the “A” circuit! We know you’re going to be great! 🙂

By |May 22nd, 2012|News|Comments Off on Congratulations!

Congrats Class of 2012!

Seven Equine Scholars graduated this past Saturday: Ashlyn Anderson-Keelin, Kelsey Barbato, Kate Berta, Marina Byrd, Kelsey Hamilton, Jeanne Shearer and Kristen Snyder. Though we couldn’t round them all up for one picture, here is a snapshot of Marina, Jeanne and Kristen as they get ready to begin commencement.

We are so proud of all of […]

By |May 21st, 2012|News|Comments Off on Congrats Class of 2012!