I submitted my resume and cover letter to a veterinarian at a local hospital at the beginning of January, followed-up with a phone call. He responded by calling me back, setting me up with the practice manager, getting me in touch with the head tech who's involved at the animal shelter and also working with training police K-9s, etc. I had my interview, and the practice manager told me she'd have one of the technicians give me a call about setting up some time for me to come in and volunteer. The technician called and she said she'd discuss the best method for how to train me with the other RVT on staff and I was supposed to get a call last Wednesday in order to set something up. They ended up not calling, which is entirely fine, as I understand they get busy and they've all been a little bit late in returning my calls. Not to mention I need to get scrub pants! However, would it be appropriate to do a follow-up call either tomorrow or Wednesday (a week after they were supposed to ring me) and simply ask for a status update (though not in so many words)? Or should I wait another week and if they don't call, then do a follow-up?