Cherry Hill, NJ – The Fluid Power Educational Foundation (FPEF) Board of Trustees awarded John-Murphy Paulin of Nova, Ohio a $2,000 scholarship. John-Murphy will be a freshman at Ohio State ATI, beginning autumn semester 2015.
“A minimum GPA, an essay, and three letters of recommendation were required from each applicant. The Board of Trustees is pleased to award these scholarships to students of such high caliber,” said Patrick J. Maluso, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPS, CFPMHM, FPEF Chair. “Our goal is to help young people enrolled in high schools, technical colleges and engineering schools pursue their interests in fluid power.”
The FPEF awarded twenty (20) scholarships totaling $40,000 for the 2015 school year to students pursuing fluid power technology fields of study.
The Fluid Power Educational Foundation is a non-profit foundation committed to stimulate, advance, and support the science of hydraulic and pneumatic technology through educational initiatives at all levels. The FPEF is wholly supported by fluid power industry firms, associations, and individuals which enables FPEF to bring fluid power to students of all grade levels.