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             The Career Source has all of the postings listed alphabetically in the body of this document.
                       The postings are listed starting with internships and then fulltime jobs.

                           The Career Source is intended for Marshall Business Students ONLY.

Cosmopolitan Magazine: Advertising Intern       EQ Funding: Junior Sales Analyst Intern   FORM Magazine: Intern
PRO.P.AG.AND.A Global Entertainment             Prospect Park Books: Marketing Intern     STAPLES Center Event Services Department:
Marketing: Intern                                                                         Intern
Tavalon Tea: Sales and Marketing Interns

Asian Pacific Alumni Association Scholarships
CAP…is back!
CME Group Presents: Careers in the Futures Industry Series
Delta Sigma Pi Presents: Music Industry Speaker Panel
Goldman Sachs: Upcoming Opportunities
Institute on Business and Government Affairs
London School of Economics’ Alternative Investments Conference
Marshall Student Services Office Introduces Walk-In Wednesdays!
McNair Scholar’s Program
NAIOP SoCal Real Estate Challenge
NY Marshall Alumni Board Listserv
The Clinton Global Initiative University 2009 Meeting
The Finance Learning Center
USC Entertainment Technology Center Student Forum
USC Spectrum Presents: Culture Clash


                           Your online portal to finding great jobs and internships!
            STUDENTS Use your USC e-mail username and password to login to connectSC right now!

                      Visit the Career Planning and Placement Center Website TODAY!
        Only 1 More Week of On-Campus Recruiting!
        If you have not already done so, make sure you sign your OCR Contract and start applying for

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    jobs! Some schedules are already about to close!

    The Career Center has a BLOG: Go to to read our
    regularly-updated blog focusing on work and career issues important to the USC community. Visit
    often as we examine local, national and global trends. Join in the discussion by posting your
    thoughts and comments!

    USC Global Fellows Internship Program Applications Available
    The Global Fellows Internship Program encourages exploration of international work
    experience. This is a competitive internship program that provides selected students with
    international internship experience in Asia. The program is open to U.S. citizens of all majors and
    provides stipends for USC undergraduates to live and work in Asia for eight weeks during the

    Goldman Sachs is recruiting in our center on Jan. 26 for Summer Analyst - Private
    Wealth Management and Summer Analyst - Investment Banking positions.

    PLEASE NOTE: Their timeline is different than most other organizations in that their
    resume submission deadline will be on DECEMBER 14, 2008.


       Please visit our web site,, for more upcoming workshops, events and
                                             information sessions.


    Goldwater Scholarship
    Deadline: December 5th, 2008
    For undergraduate study leading to careers in mathematics or natural science or engineering. The
    scholarship awards up to $7,500 for the remaining year(s) of study. Desired qualities include a
    highly competitive grade point average and commitment and potential to make a significant
    contribution to his or her chosen field of study. It is also expected that students selected as scholars
    will pursue advanced degrees.

    Killam Fellowship Program
    Deadline: December 5th, 2008
    The Killam Fellowships Program is a scholarship program which allows undergraduate students to
    participate in a bi-national residential exchange program between Canada and the United States.
    Scholarship recipients spend either one semester or a full academic year as an exchange student in

    NSEP Boren Scholarship for Study Abroad
    Deadline: December 5th, 2008
    Program seeks to enhance U.S. understanding of foreign cultures, strengthen our economic
    competitiveness, and ensure our national security by fully funding students to enter a study abroad
    program with intent to learn a new language. It is designated for students enrolled in study-abroad
    programs OUTSIDE OF Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Western Europe.

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    Additional information regarding the fellowships is available on our website
    ( Please contact our office if you have any questions.

    Cosmopolitan Magazine: Advertising Intern

    Santa Monica, CA

    Cosmopolitan is looking for interns to begin working in our L.A. office (located in Santa Monica)
    beginning the Spring Semester in January 2008 but willing to train before January. Ideally, we
    would prefer to hire Business Marketing majors that can devote at least one full day of work a
    week and who can commit to at least 6 months to the internship. This is an unpaid internship and
    is NOT EDITORIAL RELATED. Please do not apply if you’re seeking editorial experience as this
    pertains to advertising and publishing.

       • Administrative
       • New Business Development
       • Competitive Industry Analysis
       • Strategic Planning
       • Streaming Sales Presentations

    Ideal candidates are business savvy, energetic, have a pleasant phone voice and most importantly
    have a “can do” attitude. Candidates should be well versed in Microsoft Office and efficient with
    internet research. Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop a definite plus.

    We love to train and work with new people especially those who are willing to go the distance.

    Please email Cristina Pasion at: with a resume and cover letter.

    EQ Funding: Junior Sales Analyst Intern

    Los Angeles, CA

    EQ Funding assists homeowners who have been victimized by predatory lenders. Many of these
    homeowners are in immediate danger of foreclosing on their homes. Our services include

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conducting risk assessments, offering financial consulting, and arranging financing itself. EQ
Funding essentially acts as a financial consultant by providing financial information and advice to

Given the recent home mortgage crisis, the need for our services has never been greater. As a
result, EQ Funding offers not only offers relevant, real-world experience, but also lucrative
opportunities for growth.

EQ Funding offers interns the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of home finance and
real estate, and learn how the business functions from the ground up. Interns spend the bulk of
their time speaking directly with homeowners, conducting risk assessments, and consulting with
senior analysts to discern the best course of action for clients. Please note that this position does
NOT involve financial modeling or mathematical analysis.

We are hiring part-time interns starting immediately. Hours are flexible, but a commitment of at
least 15 hours/week is required. Full time employees earn a base monthly salary and commission.
Part time interns earn commission only.

  • Ability to communicate effectively in English
  • Highly motivated
  • Desire for self-improvement and success
  • Open-minded and willing to learn
  • Competitive and driven
  • No financial experience or knowledge necessary
  • Training provided
      Sales experience a plus

Email resumes to David Neumann (USC 09') at No cover letter necessary.

Form Magazine: Intern

Glendale, CA

FORM magazine is the American Institute of Architects/Los Angeles magazine for professional
architects and designers. The publication is distributed locally and nationally with a readership of
over 20,000. Content focuses on cutting-edge architecture and design.

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FORM magazine is seeking a publishing intern to assist with marketing, business development and
general office duties. You will be involved in most facets of running a magazine online and in print
– marketing, promotion, business development, production, events and other duties as needed.
Start as soon as possible, but also negotiable.

This is great experience for someone with interest in a publishing/new media content career or has
plans on a business career. Overall, the experience will translate into many fields of study and
career paths.

No pay, open to supporting school credit

Part-time 4-8 hours per week minimum, flexible with your schedule

The position requires a “think-on-your-feet” person who is social, proactive, excels in
communication (listening/speaking/writing), adapts to situations well, and is open to developing
themselves through experience.

2 parts to your inquiry:
1. Please email resume and cover letter/email to:
2. Please call 818-551-1073 to speak with Joe Cloninger, Associate Publisher

PRO.PAG.AND.A Global Entertainment Marketing: Intern

Los Angeles, CA

PRO.P.AG.AND.A Global Entertainment Marketing is a product placement and promotions agency
specializing in Film, Television, Music Videos, and Video Games. We are currently offering a unique,
hands-on opportunity for an intern to work with us in our West Los Angeles office. As an intern
you will work along side our Event/PR department. You will assist with the planning of events, as
well as celebrity outreach activity.

$1600 stipend for 4 months ($400 per month) for a min of 10 hours per week

Requested Document Notes: Please submit a resume with cover letter, made attention to:
Propaganda Global Entertainment Marketing 3767 Overland Ave. Suite 115 Los Angeles, CA
90034. You may also fax it to 310-202-2303, ATTN: Alison or email to

Contact Information: Alison Tully

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PRO.P.AG.AND.A. Global Entertainment Marketing
3767 Overland Avenue, Suite 115
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Fax: (310) 202-2303

Prospect Park Books: Marketing Intern

Los Angeles, CA

Prospect Park Books is a small publisher of high-quality regional books. Its titles include Hometown
Pasadena, Hometown Santa Barbara, the Santa Monica Farmers Market Cookbook, and the
upcoming EAT: Los Angeles, the Food Lover’s Guide to L.A. Visit
for more information.

The marketing intern will work on marketing and sales for the company’s seven books and will be
asked to take initiative on creative marketing projects, such as book blogs, social-network
marketing, event planning, etc. The intern will also help with sales follow-up communication. In
this position, you will learn not only essential marketing skills but also all about book publishing.
The work environment is informal and easygoing.

Unpaid internship, with potential to move into a paid position

10-15 hours per week, flexible schedule, start ASAP

We are seeking someone who is creative, confident, loves books, and loves L.A. Qualified
candidates will also be clear writers and MAC savvy.

Please send resume and cover letter to Colleen Bates, publisher, at

STAPLES Center Event Services Department: Intern

Los Angeles, CA

The Event Services Department and office of the General Manager at STAPLES Center is looking for
an individual interested in gaining experience in the sports and entertainment industry. This person

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will report to the Event Services & General Manager’s Administrative Assistant. The Internship
Program will be overseen by the Booking & Special Services Coordinator.

   • General support for the Administrative Assistant, Booking & Special Services Coordinator
      and General Manager
   • Box office runs & ticketing assistance
   • Answering phones
   • Maintaining filing systems
   • Assist the Event & Guest Services teams
   • Special Projects

Unpaid Internship – college credit only

20-30 hours per week

  • Must be currently enrolled as a full-time student at a college or university and able to
      receive credit
  • Emphasis in a sports/entertainment related area of study preferred
  • Experience in the sports and entertainment business preferred
  • Must be able to work in a professional environment
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Flexibility in hours and responsibilities

Please send resume and cover letter to Heidi Snyder at

Tavalon Tea: Sales and Marketing Interns

Los Angeles, CA

Tavalon Tea, an international premium tea company is looking for sales representatives. Will be
required to call on15-20 potential accounts/day, give presentations, and take orders. Very
competitive, will train. We are looking for people who want to move forward with us and move up
in the company.

Great job for students looking to make some money while going to school.

Training will be provided.

Generous commission and bonus

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      • Candidates must own a car and have a good driving record
      • Some working knowledge of computers
      • An outgoing personality

    JOB DESCRIPTION: Marketing Intern
    Tavalon Tea a premium loose leaf tea company and tea bar based out in New York City is looking
    for a West Coast Marketing/PR Intern to be based in Los Angeles.

       • Assist with collecting, organizing and analyzing marketing research for retail and wholesale
          business lines
       • Assist with content for email campaigns
       • Assist Strategy & Brand Manager with the implementation of PR and Marketing initiatives
       • Develop targeted campaigns, identifying promotional partners across the country and in
          local target markets, as well as assisting in execution of marketing plans
       • Develop and assist in presentations for new business opportunities
       • Regular monitoring of industry events, news, research, marketing materials and consumer
          magazines to keep management and sales in the know of important business opportunities
          and happenings
       • The opportunity to conceptualize and write innovative marketing programs
       • Project management of both regularly scheduled email campaigns, marketing and PR
       • Provide management with a weekly report of activities and tasks accomplished
       • Attend meetings and industry events such as trade shows


    Please send resume and cover letter to:


    Asian Pacific Alumni Association Scholarships

    The USC Asian Pacific Alumni Association (APAA) Scholarship Program awards scholarships to
    outstanding undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Southern California.
    Recipients are selected on a basis of academic achievement, personal merit, financial need and
    contributions made to Asian Pacific American communities.

    Application Deadline: February 6, 2009

    Number of Awards: 20-25

    Amount: up to $3,000

    Number of endowed scholarships: 19

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Eligibility: All full-time undergraduate and graduate students

All applicants must qualify to receive financial aid through the USC Office of Financial Aid

The application for the 2009-2010 term is now available and can be downloaded on-line at or picked up at the Alumni House.


A limited number of spots will be available in this popular program in Spring 2009. Open to
SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS and SENIORS, participants work with mentors who provide career
development suggestions and answer questions about a specific business field.

Spring applications will be reviewed by a committee of program office staff members and
mentors on a rolling basis beginning on Monday, January 12th at noon and will continue until
every mentor is filled (until late January). The earlier you apply the better to secure your spot.
Pending a properly completed application, students will be allowed to select a mentor on a first-
come, first-served basis upon admission to the program.

You may apply on-line beginning Monday, January 5th @

If you want more information about CAP, stop in HOH 200 on Mondays and Wednesdays from
10am-3pm and ask for Shaine Melnick or email

CME Group Presents: Careers in the Futures Industry Series

Learn more about the growing Futures Industry!

The Market Education team at CME Group is hosting a four-part online series called Careers in the
Futures Industry, targeted at both graduate and undergraduate students, as well as those
recently displaced in the investment banking industry.

The series will feature panelists from Hedge Funds, Futures Commission Merchants (FCMs/Brokers),
Banks, Independent Software Vendors, Proprietary Trading Firms and the Exchange (CME Group).
Each firm will cover how they are organized at a high level and the range of jobs/departments –
then a specific focus on the session’s topic.

All sessions will be broadcast online and the students will be able to ask the panelists questions.
The sessions will also be archived on our Website for later use.

Thursday, November 20
Trading and Technology
4:30pm-5:30pm (CT)

Monday, December 1

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Sales and Marketing
4:30pm-5:30pm (CT)

Wednesday, December 3
Clearing, Risk Management, Audits, Operations
4:30pm-5:30pm (CT)

Thursday, December 4
Corporate Finance, Investor Relations and M&A
4:30pm-5:30pm (CT)

If you think these sessions would be of interest, and you would like to market this event to your
undergraduate and/or graduate students, we will be happy to provide an email and flyer (PDF) for
you to distribute. Simply reply to this email with your response and/or questions
( ).

Delta Sigma Pi Presents: Music Industry Speaker Panel

Music Industry Speaker Panel  
11/20, 6:30-9:00PM, THH 301

Four big names in the music industry will come together for a much anticipated speaker panel.
Come hear them answer and discuss questions regarding the industry. Mingle with peers and enjoy
good food and refreshments!

CARL CHOI        Manger of Jin Tha MC
TED CHUNG        President of Snoop Dogg's Doggy Style Records
RAY YEE          Vice President of BMI
DJ VIRMAN        The official DJ of "America's Best Dance Crew"

To RSVP, please follow the link below:

Goldman Sachs: Upcoming Opportunities


Application Deadline: Sunday, November 23, 2008

Accelerated interviews for the 2009 Summer Analyst Program

Goldman Sachs is pleased to offer an accelerated interview process for students studying abroad
during the spring 2009 semester. If you are interested in a financial services internship for the 2009
summer and would like to participate in the Goldman Sachs accelerated interview process, please
apply online at to job code “Abroad09” by Sunday, November 23, 2008.
Candidates will be notified of their status by December 9, 2008. Interviews will be held at Goldman
Sachs in New York on Thursday, December 18, 2008.

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Please note: December 18 is the only date scheduled for study abroad interviews. Candidates must
make their own travel and hotel arrangements. This process is only open to students who will not
be on campus between January 2009 and May 2009. If you have any questions, please contact
your school recruiter.

Asia Application Deadline: Sunday, November 30, 2008

    •   For students interested in summer internships in Asia
    •   For more information, visit

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, December 12, 2008

    •   Awarded to Black, Hispanic, or Native American sophomores and juniors in recognition of
        outstanding achievement and community service
    •   Scholarships are awarded up to $10,000 and a paid summer internship at Goldman Sachs

Institute on Business and Government Affairs

This summer: June 6 – August 1, 2009
Georgetown University, Washington, DC


Sponsored by The Fund for American Studies in partnership with Georgetown University, the
Institute combines substantive internships, courses for academic credit, career development
activities, exclusive briefings and lectures led by prominent policy experts.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the Final Deadline of March 5, 2009. Students
applying by the Early Deadline of December 5, 2008 are given preference in admissions and
scholarship decisions and will receive a 5% discount on their tuition balance.

This face-paced Institute offers a rigorous combination of professional experience and academic
learning that will provide students with an unparalleled experience in the nation’s capital.
    • Internships – Competitive placements with government affairs offices in leading corporations,
        trade associations and lobbying firms
    • Classes – Up to 9 transferable credits in business and political science from Georgetown
    • Housing – Furnished on-campus apartments in the heart of D.C.
    • Guest Lectures & Panels – With lobbyists and former congressmen
    • Site Briefings - At the State Department, U.S. House of Representatives and White House
    • Leadership & Professional Development – Leadership, mentoring and career building

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    •   Networking – With hundreds of other top student and business leaders from around the
    •   Scholarships – Over half of all students receive full or partial funding based on merit and
        financial need

In addition to the Institute on Business and Government Affairs, there are three other summer
programs offered in the following subject areas:
    • Public Policy, Economics & International Affairs
    • Journalism, Communications & Public Relations
    • Nonprofit and Community Service

For more information about the Institute on Business & Government Affairs, please visit the website Questions may be directed to Jonathan Tilley at or

London School of Economics’ Alternative Investments Conference

Dear USC students,
I am writing to invite you to the LSEs Alternative Investments Conference, the world’s largest
student conference on private equity and hedge funds, bringing together over 50 speakers and
more than 350 delegates from across the world.
The Conference will take place on 19 and 20 January 2009 at the London School of Economics
(LSE). In previous years, we have been proud to host senior speakers from leading firms including
The Blackstone Group, KKR, TPG Capital, Apollo Management, Man Group, Lansdowne Partners,
Goldman Sachs and Abraaj Capital.
This year, confirmed speakers include the heads of Deutsche Bank (Josef Ackermann), Goldman
Sachs PIA Europe (Hughes Lepic), Blackstone Europe (David Blitzer), CQS (Michael Hintze), GLG
MMI (Paul Harvey), Winton Capital (David Harding) and Brevan Howard (Nagi Kawkabani). Other
confirmed speakers include the heads of Goldman Sachs Real Estate Europe, Macquarie
Infrastructure Funds Europe, JPMorgan Leveraged Finance Europe and Bain & Co. Private Equity
The forum is designed to provide an opportunity for students, academics and professionals
interested in Private Equity and Hedge Funds to meet and discuss emerging topics in these dynamic
fields. The conference will once again feature an extraordinary line-up of keynote speeches, panel

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discussions, and by popular demand an expanded schedule of workshops focusing on specific
Hedge Fund strategies and recent Private Equity deals.
Please find more information about the conference and registration at We
look forward to your response and would like to welcome you and your group here at the AIC in
London. Please feel free to be in touch with me via +44(0)7766700853 or
should you have any questions.
Warm regards,
Metin Ural

LSE Alternative Investments Conference

Marshall Student Services Office Introduces Walk-In Wednesdays!

Introducing Walk-In Wednesdays!

Julie Samere, Career Development Advisor in the Marshall Student Services office, will be doing
individual career advising appointments on a first come, first serve basis on Wednesdays from
November 19th to December 10th from 2:00 – 4:00pm in HOH 200.  Career advising appointments
can be anything from quick resume and cover letter reviews to job search strategies, preparing for
interviews or career fairs, salary negotiation, and more.  No appointment is necessary for these
quick, 15 minute meetings – just stop by!

If you are unable to attend during walk-in hours, please email Julie at
to arrange another time to meet. If you would like to schedule a more in-depth career advising
appointment, please contact the Career Planning and Placement Center at

McNair’s Scholar Program

The USC Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program is federally funded by the U.S. Department of
Education to assist first-generation, low-income, and/or underrepresented minority students as they
prepare for and enter into post-baccalaureate degree programs. The Program offers an 8-week
intensive research institute on the USC campus over the summer, with a paid research stipend of
$2,800, and free summer housing. The program staff will help you find and cultivate a relationship
with a USC faculty mentor in your research field of interest. Applications are due November 24,
2008. Visit for more information.

NAIOP SoCal Real Estate Challenge

                                     Thursday, November 20, 2008
                                         5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
                 Pauley Pavilion on UCLA Campus – UCLA Bruin’s Official Athletic Site

          Keynote Speaker John Cushman, Chairman of the Board, Cushman & Wakefield

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The Clinton Global Initiative University Meeting

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CGI U is dedicated to the distinct potential that young people and higher educational institutions
have to make a difference on their campuses and around the world. President Clinton will host the
second annual meeting of CGI U at the University of Texas at Austin, February 13-15, 2009.
Building on the success of CGI U 2008 in New Orleans, the meeting will bring together young
leaders, university presidents, and activists to address pressing global challenges in the areas of
education, energy and climate change, global health, human rights and peace, and poverty

The final deadline for applications is December 12, 2008.

Attending CGI U is free, and travel assistance is available for those who qualify. CGI U actively seeks
a range of students who have a variety of experiences, interests, talents, and goals.

In order to attend, all students must make a commitment to a new, measurable plan for addressing
a specific problem on their campuses or around the world.

Visit the CGI Web site for complete program information.

The Finance Learning Center

                            The Finance Learning Center is OPEN!

                              Free Tutoring for BUAD 215 and 306
  The Finance Learning Center (FLC) helps supplement what students are learning in their finance
   classes as well as clarify finance-related questions and hold finance-oriented learning events.

                            Hours: Monday – Friday from 10am to 5pm

                           Location: Bridge Hall 203 (The Trading Room)

               Learn More: Join our Facebook group “USC Finance Learning Center”
      ( to receive updates about
                                        upcoming events


USC Entertainment Technology Center Student Forum

The Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) is an organized research unit at USC that studies
entertainment technology developments from a consumer perspective. Our current sponsors
include all of the major studios (Fox, Disney, Sony, etc.) and various technology companies (Cisco,
Thomson, LG, etc.)

Each year, the ETC invites a select group of students to participate in our Student Forum where
senior executives from member companies are able to interact with next generation consumers.
We are interested in broadening the types of students that participate, and hence, this email to
you. The Student Forums are a valuable form of research and help shape the strategic plans of

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each company. We are currently looking for outstanding students from your program to
participate in the forum.

The benefits to the student are many and include:
   • Exposure to senior executives from major entertainment and technology companies
   • In-depth insight into industry issues and politics
   • Entertainment related perks studio tours, movie screenings, posters/swag, free food, etc.
   • Unique position to influence the future of the entertainment industry

The ideal student:
   • Is either an undergrad or graduate student
   • Has a passion for entertainment products
   • Is able to express opinions on various topics in an articulate manner
   • Will commit to attending one two-hour meeting each month, throughout the 2007-2008
       school year
   • Is willing to complete research assignments and make presentations to the board

USC Spectrum Presents: Culture Clash

Enjoy a night of social and political satire with Culture Clash, America's premier Latino theatre
troupe, as they perform one of their famous works, Culture Clash in AmeriCCa!

Date:            Thursday, November 20
Time:            7:00 pm
Location:        Bovard Auditorium
Price:           USC students $5, General Public $20

Check out Culture Clash clips!!

For more information, please visit

DISCLAIMER: The Marshall Student Services Office is unable to verify all information posted on the
                                  Marshall Career Source.

               Contact Marshall Undergraduate Student Services at 213-740-5705
               Or email

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