As NFPA’s University Power Partner Program continues to grow, there are more opportunities for NFPA members to get connected to students looking to enter the fluid power industry. The NFPA University Power Partner Program is a recognition program designed to showcase universities that actively participate in all NFPA fluid power educational programs.
As previously announced, Iowa State University has met the requirements this year.
There is still time to sign up to join NFPA and Iowa State University next week to showcase your company, highlight internships and job opportunities, and network with students. Students enrolled in Mechanical, Electrical and Computer Engineering degree programs will be invited to attend. There is no fee to participate. Register today!
Iowa State University (in-person event)
Thursday, October 21, 2021
1:30 PM – 7:00 PM CST
For questions, contact Mary Pluta at (414) 778-3359 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are an industry member or educator interested in participating in a Fluid Power Action Challenge Competition, consider using NFPA’s Find a Challenge webpage. Users can use the Find a Challenge webpage to find Fluid Power Action Challenge events in their community by filtering events by state, date, or organization name.
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