Have you considered a career in the die casting industry?
Metalcasting plays a critical role in the success of U.S. manufacturing through the production of high quality castings. Die cast parts can be found in nearly every key industry sector, in fact, castings are used in 90% of all finished manufactured products. Careers in the die casting industry range from process engineers, quality engineers, design engineers, tool/mold designers all the way to plant management positions and more!
NADCA offers two types of scholarship opportunities fore engineering students.
Undergraduate students that have worked at die casting company OR a supplier to the die casting industry are eligible to apply for the David Laine Intern & Scholarship Program.
Applicants do NOT need to source the internship through NADCA to be eligible to apply, though NADCA does help connect students with potential employers every spring.
The 2019 Winners of the David Laine Scholarship Program have been selected! Click here
to view them.
If you are a graduate engineering student, find out more about the Steven J. Harmon Scholarship Program.
The 2018 Winner of the Steven J. Harmon Scholarship has been selected as Alino Te, of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.