Make Lasting Connections with Others in the Industry

The application is now open for the 2022-24 cohort of the NFPA Executive Leadership Program, presented in collaboration with the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

The program is set to prepare present and future fluid power industry leaders by providing not only learning and engagement opportunities that emphasize the hard and soft skills needed to succeed in the fluid power industry, but also the chance to make long-term connections with other up-and-coming fluid power professionals through small group homework and discussions, learning partners, networking functions and more.

Act now. Space is limited to 24 participants.

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NFPA Seeking Volunteers for Electrification in Fluid Power Task Force

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In Memoriam: Tom Wanke

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