Die Casting Internship Opportunities for Engineering Students
March 8, 2018 by NADCA in Industry News
NADCA is committed to promoting industry awareness, research, and education, as well as domestic growth in the global marketplace. The Association’s intern program, which runs in conjunction to its David Laine Scholarship strives to provide students with hands-on experience in the industry. NADCA is currently gathering resumes for the intern program. Students that wish to be considered for an internship in the die casting industry should send their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org with a general letter of interest (PDF documents preferred).
Applicants must note a geographic area of interest to work (around school, around home or if willing to re-locate for the summer in cover letter). Materials are due March 18, 2018. Interested companies will contact students directly.
The David Laine Scholarship awards scholarships to college students that have interned with die casting companies/companies that are suppliers to the die casting industry. Last year, 24 students were recognized by the David Laine Intern and Scholarship Program, with the scholarships ranging from $500-$3,000. Students that receive internships are not required to apply for the scholarship and scholarship applicants do NOT have to have their die casting internship sourced through NADCA to be eligible to apply.
The deadline for the scholarship program is in the fall; more information may be found at: www.diecasting.org/scholarship.