Connect with University Students in Fluid Power Clubs

The NFPA Fluid Power Club Program supported 20 university student organizations last year and is on track to do the same for the 2023-24 academic year. Throughout the year, students complete a wide variety of projects to help grow their skills and knowledge about fluid power. If you are looking to engage with and support one or more of these clubs, we have several options for you!

  • Speak with a Fluid Power Club about the industry and your company.
  • Mentor a Fluid Power Club – Help to provide a project that the students can work on and guide them through the work.
  • Provide ideas to our Activity List that we share with all clubs.
  • Help supply components and materials for students to use on their projects.
  • Give a company tour or allow students to job shadow.

Contact Kyla at kolson@nfpa.com to learn more about our Fluid Power Clubs across the country and how your company can contribute to their success!

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