Connect with Tomorrow’s Workforce at the 2015 FPIRC

FPIRC 2015The Fluid Power Innovation & Research Conference (FPIRC) is the premier fluid power technical conference of the year, co-hosted by the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) and the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP). At this year’s FPIRC, you will have a unique opportunity to engage with the brightest young fluid power engineers in the country. Two special events designed to help you make meaningful connections include:

Corporate Kiosk Reception: Showcase your company while meeting fluid power researchers, students and practitioners. Be sure to register for your kiosk during conference registration. Reception takes place Wednesday, October 14. Additional information is available HERE.

Corporate Student Speed Meeting: Meet the next generation of fluid power engineers. Industry representatives and fluid power students are invited to participate in this special event. Students are seeking employment, internship and mentorship opportunities in the fluid power industry. Speed Meeting takes place Thursday, October 15. Additional information is available HERE.

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