By Eric Lanke
NFPA has just launched the new NFPA Careers website, which is designed to connect students with fluid power companies looking for job candidates. Companies can use the site to post their job openings and create a company profile. Jobs can be searched by location and years of experience required, along with type—full-time, part-time and internship. Students can use the site to post their resumes and learn more about the companies posting jobs.
The site was launched at the beginning of the year, and we are still populating it with job openings. Once we have a critical mass, we will invite students at our Education Partner schools to post their resumes.
NFPA Careers is reserved for companies who are Pascal Society-level donors to the NFPA Education and Technology Foundation. We believe this will be essential to help us raise the money necessary to keep managing the programs that result in job candidates from the fluid power education programs at our partner universities and tech schools.
If you are not already a Pascal Society-level donor and would like more information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-778-3351.
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