NADCA’s Laine Scholarship Program Now Accepting Applications
NADCA is now accepting applications for its David Laine Scholarship through October 1. David Laine was instrumental in developing safety standards in the die casting industry and was also a founder of the Die Casting Research Foundation. He provided vigorous representation for the die casting industry in Washington, D.C., speaking out for the programs and legislation that would best serve not only the die casting industry, but the numerous industries it serves.
The scholarship was founded in 1975 as a tribute to David Laine and is supported entirely by both corporate and individual contributions from the die casting community. To qualify for this scholarship, students must have worked or interned in a die casting company, or a supplier to the die casting industry. In 2019, a record breaking 26 students from across North America were awarded a combined scholarship of $50,000.
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