Fluid Power Journal

Donations, Small or Large, Make a Tremendous Difference

Thanks to the generous donations, the following scholarships, along with 17 others, were awarded to high-caliber students who are pursuing fluid power careers. The Fluid Power Journal will print a series of these scholarship acknowledgements in upcoming issues.

fpef-nathan“Now going into my senior year of college, fluid power and hydraulics have given me a direction in where I would like to go with my Mechanical Engineering degree. I am very grateful to receive this scholarship through the Fluid Power Educational Foundation. I would like to thank everyone involved that has helped me obtain this scholarship; it helps me with my school funding and with my future as a young engineer. Thank you FPEF Board of Trustees and the Foundation as a whole, and congrats to the rest of the winners of this award.”

Nathan DeRocha – Alfred State College

fpef-raymond“I am extremely appreciative of the support of the Fluid Power Educational Foundation. With their support, I can fund my education and further explore my interest in hydraulics. Thank you again for your support.”

Raymond Frank – University of Cincinnati

fpef-nathan-starry“One quote I remember hearing from my former high school football coach that has stuck with me ever since he said it is, ‘No one is perfect, but if you strive for perfection in everything you do, you might just achieve excellence.’ I took that quote to heart with everything I do. Getting this scholarship has made it possible for me to continue striving for perfection in the industry of fluid power. Thank you for this scholarship; it is a great help for me as a college student.”

Nathan Starry – Alexandria Technical and Community College

The Fluid Power Educational Foundation is a non-profit foundation committed to stimulate, advance, and support the science of hydraulic and pneumatic technology through educational initiatives at all levels. The FPEF is wholly supported by fluid power industry firms, associations, and individuals which enables FPEF to bring fluid power to students of all grade levels. For more information visit www.fpef.org or call 856-424-8998.

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