Guide to Vet Tech Scholarships (2021-2022)


According to EducationData, 43.2 million student borrowers are in debt by an average of $39,351 each. The student loan debt is $1.57 trillion in the United States, and student loans are now the second-largest source of consumer debt in America, behind mortgages.

Even though student loans were created to increase social mobility, they may do the opposite and impede a young graduate’s ability to achieve financial success. Buying a car, saving for retirement, getting a mortgage, even starting a family—these are things that get postponed while graduates repay their student loans.

A two-year program for veterinary technician training can cost up to $30,000, and a four-year bachelor’s program in veterinary technology can cost more than $60,000. While this may seem low compared to other fields, it includes a significant portion of a veterinary technician’s median salary.

The market for vet techs is growing much faster than the national average at 16 percent, indicative of a great employment outlook for students. These professionals are paid a median salary of $36,260 a year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS 2021). Aspiring vet techs can look for resources to mitigate a portion of their student debt.

Scholarships are, most simply put, free money. Students pay them back figuratively, with their service to society—at no interest, and without obligation. While good scholarships can be hard to find and win, they do exist, specifically for motivated individuals who need them most.

In the vet tech world, scholarship requirements often include some combination of proof of enrollment at an accredited veterinary technology program, letters of reference, a copy of school transcripts, and, most critically, a personal essay or academic paper on a given topic. The awards can range between $500 and $1,500. has compiled a list of the top vet tech scholarships of 2021-2022, organized into four categories: general, state-specific, school-specific, and demographic. Please note that while some of the deadlines may have passed, scholarships are typically available annually at around the same time.

General Vet Tech Scholarships

Dr. W. Bruce Wren Food Animal Incentive Award

Since 1928, the Viticus Group (formerly WVC) has provided continuing education to veterinary professionals. The Dr. W. Bruce Wren Food Animal Incentive Award is named after longtime WVC food animal program manager and industry leader W. Bruce Wren. This award has been designed for promoting Viticus Group’s goal of educating new graduates and maintaining their interest in food animal clinical practice or other related careers.

  • Amount: $1,000 stipend, complimentary registration, lodging, airfare, meals, and travel allowance to attend the WVC 94th Annual Conference in Las Vegas, NV on March 6-9, 2022
  • Deadline: October 11, 2021
  • Who Should Apply: Students who have graduated from an AVMA-accredited veterinary college and are currently enrolled in an advanced training program from an AVMA-accredited school. They must be able to attend the WVC 94th Annual Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada to receive the award.

AQHF Scholarship Program

The American Quarter Horse Foundation connects people and horses through charitable giving for developing and supporting initiatives or programs that preserve our horse’s legacy and further the overall well-being of the American Quarter Horse and the people who comprise the Quarter Horse family.

Several scholarships are offered by the foundation. For example, the Margaret A. Haines Telephony Scholarship is for candidates who have been a member of AQHA for at least one year and are attending an AVMA-accredited college of veterinary medicine.

  • Amount: Funding for this scholarship will be applied to the student’s last year of the veterinary program
  • Deadline: January 15, 2022
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants to the Margaret A. Haines Telephony Scholarship must be attending an AVMA-accredited college of veterinary medicine focussing on equine medicine and/or surgery with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. They must be enrolled as a third-year veterinary school student when applying.

SVME Alice Villalobos Student Essay Award

The Society for Veterinary Medical Ethics (SVME) seeks to promote discussion and education around issues of veterinary ethics. Founded in 1994, it publishes newsletters, hosts conventions, and provides continuing education for veterinary professionals.

Not limited to veterinarians, the SVME membership reaches into fields like biomedical research, medicine, law, and political science to encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration. The Waltham Centre for Pet Nutrition has sponsored this scholarship since 2006.

  • Amount: $1,000 and an additional $1,000 for travel expenses to present the winning essay at the VMX Convention
  • Deadline: March 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Those with a strong academic writing style and original ideas on the concept of ethics in the field are best suited to apply to this essay-only scholarship.

Oxbow Animal Health Veterinary Technology Scholarship

Oxbow Animal Health is a family-owned and operated company committed to helping small animals lead longer and healthier lives. Established in 1980, the organization provides high-quality nutritional products for animals and supports rescue programs, scholarship opportunities, educational initiatives, and veterinary associations.

The organization offers several scholarships for aspiring professionals in all aspects of the field, those who aspire to pursue careers in the pet industry working with companion animals or exotic ones, as well as those interested in future careers in animal care as veterinary technicians or doctors. Scholarships are open to individuals at all levels, from high school to master’s programs.

  • Amount: $500 – $2,000; the Veterinary Technology Scholarship awards $500
  • Deadline: March 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Those with a keen interest in a career in small and exotic animal medicine are the focus of this scholarship. Relevant volunteer participation, extracurricular activities, and work experience are a benefit. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants have to complete the online application, submit a resume, provide a letter of reference, proof of full-time enrollment in an accredited veterinary technology program, a transcript copy, current GPA, and a 300-500 word essay explaining why they want to work in the exotic animal field.

The Gladys Carol Scholarship Program

The Gladys Carol Scholarship Program, Inc. is a non-profit charity organization funded only through the generosity of its donors. All donations go directly toward scholarships. This Scholarship Program was established by Gladys’s daughter, Cheryl. Students enrolled in or pursuing a science, technology, engineering, or math degree in the United States are assisted financially through this scholarship.

  • Amount: $5,000 ($2,500 each year)
  • Deadline: March 31, 2022
  • Who Should Apply: Current undergraduate level students, high school graduates, and high school seniors who are citizens of the United States or permanent residents, accepted to or enrolled in a full-time STEM program at an accredited university in the United States. Applicants must also have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.75.

NSHSS STEAM Scholarship

The National Society of High School Scholars is a distinguished academic honor society that is committed to serving and recognizing the highest-achieving student scholars. NSHSS and its partners offer more than $2,000,000 in scholarships annually. This scholarship is for students planning to pursue a major in a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, or mathematics) field.

  • Amount: Ten scholarships, $1,000 each
  • Deadline: March 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: High school seniors planning to major in a STEAM field (science, technology, engineering, arts, or mathematics), including any area related to the medical field. Application requirements include a Personal statement, a current resume, transcript, and educator recommendation.

NPFDA Foundation Scholarships

Started by a group of poultry & food distributors in 1967, the National Poultry & Food Distributors Association has been constantly growing and changing to meet its member’s needs.

The NPFDA Foundation has given approximately $250,000 to rising leaders since 1979. This scholarship is for applicants who are employees or children of an employee of an NPFDA Member Company. The funds for this scholarship come from private cash donations and donations to the NPFDA Foundation’s annual silent auction.

  • Amount: Five scholarships, $4,000 each
  • Deadline: April 30, 2022
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants must be employees or children of an employee of an NPFDA Member Company. They must be full-time undergraduate or high school seniors pursuing a degree.

The Sagebrush Circuit—Lew & JoAnn Eklund Educational Scholarship

The Appaloosa Youth Foundation awards scholarships to outstanding youth members of the Appaloosa Horse Club or Appaloosa Youth Association wishing to pursue higher education. The Sagebrush Circuit Lew and Jo Eklund Scholarship is given to members of the ApHC or the son or daughter of an ApHC member, is awarded to a college junior, senior, or graduate student who is pursuing a degree in a major field of study that is closely related to the equine industry.

  • Amount: $2,000
  • Deadline: April 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants must be college or university upperclassmen or graduate students and must be pursuing an equine-related field. They have maintained a GPA of at least 3.5. They must be members of the Appaloosa Horse Club or the son or daughter of an ApHC member. Additional application requirements include three letters of recommendation and an official college transcript.

Oregon Farm Bureau Clackamas County Farm Bureau Scholarship

Established in 1932, the Oregon Farm Bureau is a nonprofit organization that boasts 6,600 farming and ranching members raising over 220 different types of crops and livestock. Its goal is to provide educational improvement, economic opportunity, and social advancement for the farming and ranching industry. The organization offers several scholarships focused on agriculture, farming, and ranching.

  • Amount: $500
  • Deadline: April 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Those interested in applying their vet tech education to a career with livestock, farming, ranching, and animal husbandry are encouraged to apply. The scholarship is available to any Clackamas County High School graduate, current county resident, or prior recipient. A grade point average of 2.8 is required.

Sheep Heritage Foundation Memorial Scholarship

American Sheep Industry Association is the national organization representing the interests of more than 100,000 sheep producers located throughout the United States.

The Sheep Heritage Foundation Memorial Scholarship has been made available for sheep-related graduate studies through the American Sheep Industry Association. This scholarship is for the advancement of the sheep industry through the financial support of graduate-level students who are attending a school in the U.S.

  • Amount: $3,000
  • Deadline: May 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Graduate students who are involved in sheep or wool research in areas such as animal science, agriculture economics, or veterinary medicine with proof of graduate school acceptance. Candidates need to complete an online application and provide two letters of reference. They should also provide proof of graduate school acceptance or enrollment.

Heartland Goldens and Mini Goldendoodles Veterinarian Scholarship

This scholarship is made available as a result of a gift from Heartland Goldens and Mini Goldendoodles (HGMG). This scholarship is for graduating high school seniors demonstrating excellence in the classroom, positive history in the care of animals, and who are pursuing a four-year degree in animal nutrition, animal science, animal breeding and genetics, biological sciences, or prev-vet sciences, preferences to applicants planning a career in veterinary medicine.

  • Amount: $500
  • Deadline: May 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Graduating high school seniors demonstrating excellence in the classroom and who are pursuing a four-year degree in animal science, animal nutrition, animal breeding and genetics, biological sciences, or prev-vet sciences.

AZVT Laurie Page-Peck Scholarship

Established in 1980, the Association of Zoo Veterinary Technicians (AZVT) provides a forum for vet techs employed in zoos to continue their education, share best practices, and engage in discussions about the field. The organization is devoted to all aspects of veterinary technical care in zoo medicine and publishes newsletters, sponsors conferences, and offers grant and scholarship programs.

The Laurie Page-Peck Scholarship was started in 1993 to honor the memory of Laurie Page-Peck. Page-Peck worked as a senior veterinary technician at the North Carolina Zoological Park. She had cancer and died at the young age of 37 in August of 1992. She worked for twelve years, dedicating herself to the care of exotic animals, and was a member of AZVT from 1986 through 1990.

  • Amount: $1,500
  • Deadline: May 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants must write a scientific, medically oriented paper on the subject of zoo veterinary technology, not limited to husbandry. Those with a strong academic style, robust presentation skills, and an intense interest in the zoo vet tech subfield are encouraged to apply. Students who are currently enrolled in veterinary or medical tech programs are eligible to apply.

IAOPC Doyle L. Shugart Scholarship Program

The International Association of Pet Cemeteries and Crematories (IAOPC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the standards, ethics, and professionalism of pet cemeteries and crematories. Established in 1971, this nonprofit organization is committed to safe, compassionate, and thorough pet aftercare through the education of industry professionals and pet parents.

Doyle L. Shugart, a former IAOPCC president, and a board director understood why the innate bond between animals and humans is essential. After he died in 2012, the IAOPCC dedicated an annual vet tech scholarship program in honor of his tremendous educational contribution to the profession.

  • Amount: $1,000
  • Deadline: June 1, 2022
  • Who Should Apply: Those with a strong belief in the value of dignified and compassionate aftercare, specifically when dealing with the loss of a pet. Eligible applicants include veterinary tech students in an accredited program or veterinary students in the second year or higher of their education.

John D. Spurling Scholarship

The AKC Humane Fund is committed to supporting the happiness and health of dogs across the nation. It offers grants to help support pet-related organizations and scholarships to students pursuing education in fields that contribute to the human-animal bond. Every year, this fund honors five students pursuing degrees related to advancing responsible pet ownership through the John D. Spurling OBE KCVO Scholarship. Scholarships are intended as tuition assistance for students with excellent academic records pursuing education in a field that advances responsible pet ownership.

  • Amount: Five scholarships, totaling $10,000 annually
  • Deadline: June 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Individuals pursuing studies in veterinary technology, veterinary medicine, animal care, physical therapy, grooming, animal behavior, and training, may be eligible for this grant. Applicants must be full-time students enrolled in a degree or certification program at an accredited U.S. institution.

Walkin’ Pets Veterinarian and Rehab Vet Tech Scholarship

Founded in 2001 by a bereaved pet owner whose seizure-prone dog was euthanized too soon, Walkin’ Pets Handicapped was created to support caretakers of elderly, injured, and handicapped pets. Handicapped Pets is not only a provider of numerous assistive technology options, but also educates owners on advancements in medicine, technology, and care that can mean the difference between an animal’s happy life, and its premature death.

  • Amount: Up to $1,500
  • Deadline: July 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Those with a strong, concise, and compassionate writing style are best suited for this scholarship program’s expansive essay prompt. The prompt covers the history of end-of-life issues for pets, the change in assistive technology for disabled pets, animal euthanasia ethics, and other topics.

Regional Vet Tech Scholarships

Minnesota Association of Veterinary Technicians Scholarship

Founded in 1975, the Minnesota Association of Veterinary Technicians (MAVT) is a volunteer-run organization that represents over 800 veterinarian technicians. The organization provides continuing education, educational resources, and holds an annual conference. Students that have completed at least half of their veterinary technology program requirements with a GPA of 3.0 or higher may apply for the MAVT scholarship.

  • Amount: Five scholarships, $1,000 each
  • Deadline: December 31, 2021
  • Who Should Apply: Students in good standing at an Association of Veterinary Technicians-accredited college in Minnesota are eligible to apply for this award. Those with a record of community involvement may also apply for the Mollie Jean Mahowald Award, for an additional $1,000 in scholarship funding.

WSAVT Scholarships

The Washington State Association of Veterinary Technicians is a non-profit organization that represents veterinary technician students, veterinary assistants, and veterinary technicians in Washington State. WSAVT offers the student scholarship each year to veterinary technician students who have completed their first year of school.

  • Amount: Three scholarships, $1,000 each
  • Deadline: Applications come out in the spring and are awarded at the start of the fall school year
  • Who Should Apply: To be eligible for students scholarship, applicants must have membership in the WSAVT, be a Washington State resident, have attendance in an AVMA accredited program for veterinary technology, and complete the first year of an AVMA accredited veterinary technician program with continued enrollment for the second year.

Alabama Veterinary Technician Association Scholarship

The Alabama Veterinary Technician Association (AVTA) represents and promotes the veterinary technology profession in Alabama. Together with an alliance of professional organizations, they provide direction and continuing education that ensures competent care and humane treatment of all animals. The following scholarship is awarded to one full-time veterinary technology distance education student.

  • Amount: $500
  • Deadline: September 1, 2022
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants must live and work in Alabama. They must be full-time students in a veterinary technology program, should have a minimum 3.0 GPA in high school or previous college courses, a 500-word essay, and two letters of recommendation.

NHVTA Scholarship

The New Hampshire Veterinary Technician Association (NHVTA) promotes the professional and educational advancement of veterinary technicians, championing progressive and human medical care for all creatures.

The organization certifies technicians within the state, holds conferences, provides continuing education, offers volunteer and internship opportunities, and lobbies for the interest of veterinary technicians in state and federal legislation. The NHVTA supports the veterinary technology profession and funds an annual scholarship for veterinary nursing and veterinary technology students.

  • Amount: $500
  • Deadline: Applications received by March 1, 2022, will be eligible for the Spring award, and applications received by September 1, 2022, will be eligible for the Fall award
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants must be members of the NHVTA, and membership is free for students. Applicants must also be either permanent residents of New Hampshire or enrolled at an accredited vet tech program in New Hampshire.

Maryland Graduate and Professional Scholarship Program

The purpose of the Graduate and Professional Scholarship Program is to provide financial assistance to full-time and part-time graduate or professional students in the fields of veterinary medicine, dentistry, medicine, law, pharmacy, nursing, and social work. It is awarded to individuals who have demonstrated financial need. The institutional financial aid office will identify students who are eligible for an award.

  • Amount: $1,000 to $5,000
  • Deadline: Varies
  • Who Should Apply: To be eligible for the Graduate and Professional Scholarship Program an individual should be a Maryland resident, demonstrate financial need, be enrolled in a part-time or full-time degree program, and attend one of the following schools: The Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Law, Pharmacy, Social Work, University of Baltimore School of Law, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, or certain Maryland institutions that offer a master’s degree in nursing, social work, or a first professional degree in pharmacy.

School-Specific Vet Tech Scholarships

Indiana Veterinary Medical Association Scholarship

The Indiana Veterinary Medical Association (IVMA) and Indiana Animal Health Foundation (IAHF) have a scholarship fund for students at Purdue University. The IVMA will award five $1,000 scholarships and the IAHF will award two $1,000 scholarships. The IVMA wants to provide students with networking opportunities and the resources they need for connecting them with peers in the profession during their veterinary school journey.

  • Amount: Seven scholarships, $1,000 each
  • Deadline: October 30, 2021
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants must be enrolled as a full-time veterinary student at the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher, have an appropriate need for the scholarship, be an active Student American Veterinary Medical Association (SAVMA) member, and a completed online IAHF Scholarship Application.

PVM Global Scholarship

The Purdue University PVM Global Scholarship program provides Purdue’s first and second-year veterinary technology students with the chance to broaden their education with international travel awards. Recipients will be chosen based on how international travel will advance the applicant’s educational, career, and cultural objectives.

The Purdue veterinary medicine school offers several other scholarships, including the Purdue Moves Semester Study Abroad Scholarship, which is open to undergraduate veterinary technicians and has several deadlines throughout the year.

  • Amount: $500 to $1,500
  • Deadline: January 21, 2022
  • Who Should Apply: Students are encouraged to enroll in the school’s international veterinary medicine course before applying. Eligible applicants include veterinary technology and doctor of veterinary medicine students.

The Georgia Veterinary Scholars Program (GVSP)

The Georgia Veterinary Scholars Program (GVSP) provides opportunities in biomedical research for veterinary students. This program is designed for enhancing awareness of the importance of research in veterinary medicine and for encouraging promising veterinary students to enter a career in biomedical research or advanced studies.

This is a merit-based program, accepting the best applicants regardless of where they come from. This is a three-month program from May to the beginning of August each year. The program is co-sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim and the National Institutes of Health Office of Research Infrastructure Programs.

  • Amount: Boehringer Ingelheim and NIH scholars are paid a monthly stipend
  • Deadline: February 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: To be eligible, students must be currently enrolled in a veterinary school (first or the second year) and be able to participate in the program from May to August 2022.

Dr. Suanne Davis Roueche Vet Tech Scholarship

The veterinary technology program at Austin Community College (ACC) prepares students to become licensed vet techs. The following scholarship was created for ACC students pursuing an associate of applied science degree at ACC in veterinary technology who need financial assistance for books, fees, and tuition. Previous winners may re-apply for each year they remain in the program.

  • Amount: $2,000
  • Deadline: July 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants must be students at ACC, must have already completed the prerequisite coursework for the veterinary technology program, and must have maintained a minimum 2.5 GPA in all college work.

St. Petersburg College Foundation

The St. Petersburg College (SPC) Foundation offers more than 350 scholarships to St. Petersburg College students based on eligibility. Once they complete their online application, they will automatically be matched with any scholarships that they may be eligible for. Out of the many scholarships offered by the foundation, an example would include the Betty Schaaf Veterinary Technology Scholarship Fund. This scholarship offers financial assistance to students who are currently pursuing a two-year degree in veterinary technology.

  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: September 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants must demonstrate financial need and a commitment towards completing a degree program in veterinary technology. Applicants must be currently pursuing a two-year degree in veterinary technology and must have declared their intention to continue to earn their bachelor’s degree in veterinary technology at SPC and/or to students in their third or fourth years.

Demographic-Specific Vet Tech Scholarships

Joseph James Morelli Legacy Foundation Scholarship

Joseph James Morelli struggled with dyslexia and was labeled as “lazy” and criticized for not trying hard enough. Suspecting a challenge, Joseph’s parents pursued neuropsychology and hired a lawyer for fighting for his accommodations and rights to assistive technology, extra time, notes, and tests being read to him. With an Individual Education Plan (IEP) and accommodations, he excelled and received an award in math and science from the State of Utah.

This scholarship was started by the Joseph James Morelli Legacy Foundation—a charitable organization to honor Joseph’s spirit. This foundation supports students with learning difficulties by awarding scholarships to them toward obtaining a degree in a STEM field. Since 2014, the foundation has awarded more than $320,000 in scholarships to more than 130 high school and college students

  • Amount: $500 to $2,500
  • Deadline: 2022 scholarship will open in January
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants to this scholarship must have a demonstrated learning challenge (disability) of dyslexia, must be pursuing a degree in a STEM field, and must either be a high school student or a post-high school student.

Charles Shelton Foundation Veterinary Scholarship Program

The Charles Shelton Foundation, a national non-profit organization, has been providing scholarships to high school graduates and college students pursuing a higher education degree in veterinary medicine and technology for more than five years. Its main aim is to help African American students in veterinary medicine or technology afford higher education. Two scholarships will be provided by the Charles Shelton Foundation to individuals demonstrating an interest and commitment to animal welfare.

  • Amount: Two scholarships, $2,000 each
  • Deadline: April 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: Applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0, provide an official copy of their transcript, should be African-American graduating high school seniors, current college students, or returning college students, must be a legal U.S. resident, complete the veterinary scholarship form, and provide two professional references.

Mae & Mary Scholarship Fund

Mae And Mary Legacy Foundation, Inc. is a charitable educational nonprofit organization that promotes community engagement through empowerment, scholarships, signature products, health education, services, and events. It aims to improve the overall wellness awareness within the African American community.

The Mae & Mary Scholarship Fund is dedicated to the advancement of African Americans in the medical and health care profession.

  • Amount: Varies annually and is based on academic excellence and financial need
  • Deadline: April 30, 2022
  • Who Should Apply: African American students who are graduating High School Seniors from anywhere in the United States. Applicants must attend a two or four-year university or technical school.

ABC Humane Wildlife Women In STEM Academic Scholarship

Founded in 1976 by a wildlife biologist, ABC Humane Wildlife Control & Prevention, Inc. continues to be operated by epidemiologists, biologists, and other scientists dedicated to mitigating human-wildlife conflict. It offers this scholarship, which is designed to increase the number of women studying and influencing the future of science, including technology, engineering, and math.

Applicants will be required to submit an essay along with proof of enrollment and one letter to serve as an academic reference. Funds may be used for academic projects, tuition, medical expenses, living expenses, housing, transportation, or other education-related costs.

  • Amount: $1,000
  • Deadline: July 2022 (estimated)
  • Who Should Apply: This scholarship is open only to graduate or undergraduate female students enrolling or continuing in STEM fields of study at accredited universities.

Lisa Kaminski Memorial Scholarship

Lisa Kaminski, who was diagnosed with melanoma in 2014, was frequently seen supporting her favorite charities by wearing their t-shirt and a smile, passing out sunscreens, and encouraging others to brighten someone else’s day. After she passed away in 2017, her friends and family wanted to not only keep her memory alive but also continue her passion for helping others.

This scholarship is a way to preserve the legacy of Lisa Kaminski. Graduating high school students that are passionate about making a difference and are interested in technology are provided with an opportunity to continue their education through this scholarship.

  • Amount: $2,500
  • Deadline: Applications for 2022 are not yet available
  • Who Should Apply: High school seniors in the Greater Cincinnati area intending a major in a STEM-related field. Preference will be given to women candidates.
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