Steven J. Harmon Scholarship
2018 Student Scholarship Recipient
The North American Die Casting Association is happy to award the Steven J. Harmon Scholarship to Alino Te, a student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. View the past recipients.
The Harmon scholarship is available to engineering students pursuing their graduate/doctorate degree.
New applications are welcome anytime, and feel free to contact NADCA with any questions.
All applicants must be:
- A United States or Canadian citizen
- Academic Standing: Enrolled student - Minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Accepted into a graduate/doctorate engineering program at a U.S. accredited college or university
PREFERENCE GIVEN TO STUDENTS IN THE FOLLOWING PROGRAMS:
- Mechanical Engineering
- Metallurgical Engineering
- Industrial and Systems Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
The applicant should include:
A summary of:
- Your background
- Work Experiences
The deadline for 2020 applications is October 1, 2020.
The Steven J. Harmon Scholarship Program was established in 2005 by family members of Twin City Die Castings Company as a memorial to the company’s long-time leader and President.
The scholarship is in recognition of Steve’s 29 years of service to the family company and the die casting industry. Throughout his career he was on various industry boards, served on committees, quoted in many magazine articles, and made numerous contributions. His strongest characteristic, though, was his heart-felt passion for the business.
This scholarship is administered by NADCA.
About Twin City Die Castings
Twin City Die Castings Company is a full-service supplier of precision aluminum, magnesium, and zinc die castings. Key markets include the automotive, hydraulics, and telecommunication industries, consumer electronics, business machines, and process controls.
Family-owned since its founding in 1919, TCDC remains a company rooted in loyal relationships. Twin City strives to be recognized as a leader in the die casting industry and to maintain the highest level of corporate citizenship and community support.
In memory of Steve Harmon, President/CEO, who passed away February 9, 2005, from pancreatic cancer.