Empower Your Career: IFPS Webinar Recap and Holiday Giveaway

Since 1960, the International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) has provided an objective, third-party assessment of skill levels and knowledge for thousands of fluid power professionals, making it the industry standard for the fluid power and motion control industries. Having a certified workforce can:  On Thursday November 9th, IFPS conducted a webinar exclusively for NFPA members about their…

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Meet a Fluid Power Scholarship Winner – Brendan McCluskey

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The NFPA Education and Technology Foundation has awarded 23 $2,000 scholarships to students pursuing fluid power related fields of study. One of the winners, Brendan McCluskey, is attending Georgia Institute of Technology, and is a previous awardee of the Fluid Power Scholarship. Brendan provided us with an update on his fluid power education. What class(es) did you take…

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Leveraging the NFPA Foundation Website for Enhanced Student Visibility and Recruitment Opportunities

In today’s job market, connecting talented students with prospective employers is a crucial element in shaping the future of the fluid power industry. The National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) Education and Technology Foundation website serves as a resource for students looking for jobs in the fluid power industry. One of the first steps we take…

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Meet a Robotics Challenge Scholarship Awardee – Isabel Williams

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The NFPA Education and Technology Foundation has awarded 3 scholarships to students who applied to the Robotics Challenge Scholarship. A minimum GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0, 1,000-word essay, letter of recommendation, and use of pneumatics in their FIRST, VEX or NRL competition robot were required from each applicant. The NFPA Foundation’s goal is to build awareness…

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Join Us for our Recruitment Event at Murray State University

Our Power Partner, Murray State University, is welcoming NFPA member companies back to campus for our second annual Reverse Career Fair event on November 15th. At this event, students involved in senior design, research, and general projects will display their work to industry members so that they can receive valuable feedback on their progress. This…

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Learn How Certification Can Help to Upskill and Reskill the Fluid Power Workforce with IFPS

November 9, 2023 | 11:00am– 12:00pm* (Central)Virtual Delivery Since 1960, the International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) has provided an objective, third-party assessment of skill levels and knowledge for thousands of fluid power professionals, making it the industry standard for the fluid power and motion control industries. Having a certified workforce can:  On Thursday November 9th from 11-12PM Central…

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NFPA Members Met New Power Partner North Carolina A&T State University Engineering & Technology Students

On October 4th, NFPA members Danfoss Power Solutions, Norgren, and SunSource discussed fluid power and career paths with North Carolina A&T State University engineering and technology students, our latest Power Partner University. Members participated in multiple “touchpoint” events throughout the day and spoke to hundreds of students. The primary event was NCAT’s Lobby Day, where members exhibited…

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Meet a Fluid Power Scholarship Winner – Giovanni Hernandez

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The NFPA Education and Technology Foundation has awarded 23 $2,000 scholarships to students pursuing fluid power related fields of study. One of the winners, Giovanni Hernandez, is attending the University of California, Irvine. We asked Giovanni a few questions about winning the scholarship. What does winning a Fluid Power Scholarship mean to you? Winning this Fluid Power…

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