The primary mission of the AVA Committee is to manage the NAVTA Approved Veterinary Assistant Program. This program was started in 2011 to provide a way to identify and honor exceptional Veterinary Assistant training programs.
The primary mission of the CVTS is to oversee the current Veterinary Technician Specialist Academies and review proposals for upcoming Academies.
The goal of the NAVTA DEI Committee is to promote the value of DEI throughout the veterinary nursing/technology profession including but not limited to race; ethnicity, gender; sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender presentations, religious or political beliefs.
This committee is responsible communicating with advisors of student chapter and encourage input and interaction between the Association and the student chapters.
The District Representative Committee’s mission is to maintain and facilitate the flow of information between the Association and State Veterinary Technician Associations.
The objective of NAVTA’s Government Relations Committee is to develop and carry out government affairs and advocacy strategies, as approved by NAVTA’s Executive Board, including proposing legislation and regulations that would advance the profession of veterinary technology/veterinary nursing in America.