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Association of Bovine Practitioners Offers Vet Student Scholarships

Association of Bovine Practitioners Offers Vet Student Scholarships

Zoetis key partner in scholarships; Deadline set for June 15

For the fifth year, applications are now being accepted for the 2013 Zoetis and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners Foundation Veterinary Student Scholarships.

The AABP Foundation – Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarships are funded through a partnership with veterinarians, animal health suppliers and dealers. Scholarships are awarded to bovine veterinary students to help offset the cost of veterinary school. In 2012, 15 students each received $5,000 scholarships through the AABP Foundation – Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarship Fund, for a total of $385,000 in awards in four years.

Zoetis key partner in scholarships; Deadline set for June 15

"Each year, we're excited to learn about the future leaders of the veterinary profession. Students should take advantage of this opportunity to reduce their debt and focus on their studies," says M. Gatz Riddell Jr., DVM, executive vice president, AABP. "While reviewing applications, AABP and Zoetis look to support well-rounded veterinary students – those that not only excel in the classroom and clinical work but are also involved in industry-related activities rise to the top of our list."

The scholarship program is administered by the AABP Foundation with the assistance of the Amstutz Scholarship Committee. Scholarship recipients will be notified prior to the 2013 AABP Annual Conference, which is Sept. 19-21, 2013, in Milwaukee. To receive recognition, scholarship recipients will be encouraged to attend the AABP Annual Conference, with expenses paid, but attendance is not required to receive the scholarship.

Scholarship applicants must be students graduating with their veterinary degree in 2014 and enrolled in colleges of veterinary medicine in the United States.

Eligible veterinary students can visit for additional details regarding the scholarship program and to access the online application form. Applications must be submitted via the AABP website by June 15. Membership in college chapters of AABP or Food Animal Club is strongly encouraged.

Funding for the scholarships is provided by the Zoetis FFA/AABP Industry Support Program. The program, which provides funding for local FFA chapters in addition to the AABP Foundation – Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarship program, is offering a 1% rebate on Zoetis cattle products from Feb. 1 through April 30, 2013. Participating partners can direct funds to any local FFA chapter(s) or to the AABP Foundation – Zoetis Veterinary Student Scholarship Fund.

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