Students

Careers in Die Casting 


The production of high-quality castings through metal casting is a critical aspect of the success of the U.S. manufacturing industry. In fact, die cast parts can be found in nearly every industry with castings used in 90% of all finished manufactured products. 

As a result, die casting provides a variety of career opportunities, including process engineers, quality engineers, design engineers, tool/mold designers and plant management. As the voice of the die casting industry, NADCA is committed to helping the next-generation workforce by bridging gaps and providing valuable resources.

 

Student Resources

 

NADCA Membership 
For a reduced fee, students can take advantage of NADCA membership benefits including networking and education opportunities.
NADCA Student Membership
 

Job Postings
Are you looking for a job in the die casting industry?  NADCA provides a variety of career options.
Careers in Die Casting  

Scholarships
To support students' interest in careers in die casting, NADCA provides scholarship opportunities.

David Laine Intern and Scholarship Program Steven J. Harmon Scholarship

 

Industry Internships are prerequisite to apply for the David Laine Intern and Scholarship Program. 

To qualify for the scholarship you must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be a U.S., Canadian or Mexican Citizen.
  • Must be a full-time Undergraduate Student