NFPA Minneapolis Regional Meeting—Hennepin College Rolls Out the Red Carpet

We are delighted to be back at the Hennepin Technical College—Brooklyn Park Campus, on Tuesday, April 11, for the NFPA 2017 Minneapolis Regional Meeting. Hennepin Technical College, has one of the premier A.A.S. fluid power programs in the country, and Instructor Jeannine Uehling and her students will provide an inside look at how they are creating the next generation of fluid power professionals. In addition, Ernie Parker, Fluid Power Instructor Emeritus, will provide an update on the upcoming NFPA Fluid Power Vehicle Challenge and may even provide a hydraulic powered vehicle of his own as an example of the technical possibilities of fluid power technology.

On top of all that, our lunch will be prepared by the top students of Hennepin’s Culinary Arts Department! You don’t want to miss this opportunity to network, learn and have a little fun. The meeting is scheduled from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm and is FREE to NFPA Members and non-members alike. Register Now!

For questions, please contact Leslie Miller at 414-778-3369 or lmiller@nfpa.com.

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