Networking Reception with Purdue University Students
John Purdue Room in Marriott Hall
September 11, 2023
NFPA is hosting an exclusive networking reception alongside Purdue University for its’ engineering students, faculty, and NFPA member companies. The networking reception will take place on campus from 5:00 – 6:30pm with food and drinks provided. Students from the following degree programs will be in attendance: Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Agriculture Engineering, Electrical and Computer Science Engineering Technology as well as members of the Fluid Power Club and the Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge Team.
The networking reception is designed to give your company a head-start at engaging with Purdue engineering students who are specifically interested in the fluid power industry. To sign up, please complete the event registration below.
Following the Monday night reception, Purdue University is hosting their annual Industrial Roundtable event that has 15,000 students in attendance. The event is held Tuesday, September 12th – Thursday, September 14th on Purdue’s campus. Click here to learn more about the Industrial Roundtable event.
For any questions regarding the Monday night Networking Reception, contact Workforce Program and Event Manager, Kyla Olson at email@example.com.
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