Wyoming Veterinary Technician Association

PO Box 34
Cody, WY 82414




*Active Membership: $40 for 2 years (CVT’s, VA’s, and associated staff)

*Student Membership: $30 for 2 years 

  • Open to students enrolled in an AVMA accredited Veterinary Technology Program, this individual membership that gives you voting rights to your association.
  • EWC-Torrington students are covered by the school's charter membership, but do not have individual voting privileges. EWC-Torrington students are encouraged to apply for individual membership to obtain voting rights.


CLICK HERE for the Membership Application - Required for all CVTs, VAs, and Associate Members 
CLICK HERE for the Certification Application - Required for all credentialed veterinary technicians (membership application is also required)



Voluntary Certification of Veterinary Technicians in Wyoming (Certified Veterinary Technician-CVT): This provides Wyoming with trackable numbers of credentialed, educated veterinary technicians who have passed the Veterinary Technician National Exam and are maintaining biannual required continual education hours to remain current in the veterinary medical field.


Statewide representation with the Wyoming Veterinary Medical Association (www.wyvma.org)


National representation with the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA: www.navta.net), the national voice of veterinary technicians and veterinary assistants. Continuing education, job listings, articles, and resource information are provided by NAVTA whose goal is: …to represent and promote the profession of veterinary technology by providing direction, education, support, and coordination for its members, and works with other allied professional organizations for competent care and humane treatment of animals.


Statewide support for ALL veterinary staff including:

  • continuing education at least once per year
  • opportunities to get involved with the community to teach them about the veterinary health care team (i.e. ideas and support for local functions)
  • social events
  • team efforts for supporting the veterinary health care team and a chance to get involved at the state and national levels to promote veterinary technology
  • experienced individuals with leadership, camaraderie, and a sounding board to discuss issues, articles, jobs, futures, etc.