Hill's Pet Nutrition will grant one third-year veterinary student a chance to have up to $25,000 of his or her senior year of veterinary school paid through the Hill's Big Win Scholarship.
"These students are on the cusp of finishing school, getting a degree and making an impact on the pets of tomorrow," said Mark Kimsey, DVM, academic affairs manager at Hill's. "We're pleased to be a part of their veterinary school experience and glad that Hill's can help them throughout their veterinary career."
The announcement of the winner is set to take place at the American Veterinary Medical Association student luncheon during the AVMA Convention this week.
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