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 when students are looking for jobs in the fluid power industry is to direct them to look at the companies listed on the “Companies in the Industry” page on NFPAFoundation.org. This website acts as a centralized hub where students can explore fluid power and learn about NFPA member companies.

Creating a company profile for student recruitment purposes on the NFPA Foundation website is a straightforward process, and it begins by filling out this user-friendly form.

Companies that donate through our Pascal Society will get an enhanced listing on the site – premium promotion to the students who participate in our many workforce development programs.

Please reach out to Mary Pluta at mpluta@nfpa.com with any questions.

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