Your clinical year experience may bring you an exciting career opportunity such as a position with the clinical site you are rotating through or a valuable recommendation for another veterinary position such as a clinical position, internship or residency. Treat all rotations as a potential job interview. Veterinary medicine is a small profession, and even if you do not wish to work at a clinical site you are doing a rotation at, there is a possibility that the preceptor at that location may know a veterinarian elsewhere where you are looking for a position.
Students interested in post-graduate training, such as an internship, should work with their faculty mentors to explore options. The office of the Associate Dean for Professional Development and Career Services maintains and releases information on post-graduate training opportunities.