Support Fluid Power Education While Making Valuable Connections: Pascal Society Update

Pascal Society Updates Make It Easier to Give and Make Valuable Connections

Every year, programs supported by the Pascal Society help thousands of students learn core fluid power competencies and expose them to career opportunities in our industry. Now, it’s easier than ever for companies to show their support for these programs while drawing extended value from the connections they make in Pascal Society activities.

View the video above to see what’s new and how you can contribute, and explore the resources below to learn more.

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