Northern California Plating Group Offers Scholarships
Scholarship applications are due Aug. 31, and applicant must be related to MFANC members in good standing, no more than 22 years old, and intending to pursue a major related to metal finishing.
The Metal Finishing Association of Northern California will be awarding scholarships to students who are related to MFANC members.
The application deadline is Aug. 31. The MFANC board voted to approve an annual college scholarship of up to $2,500. Last year, two scholarships were awarded, which went to Christian Lucas and to Julissa Gallo.
Scholarship applicants must be related to MFANC members in good standing, be 22 years of age or younger, and intending to pursue a major related to metal finishing (for example, business administration, chemistry or engineering). The winners will be announced in September at the MFANC Metal Finishing Conference.
Past recipients and relatives of MFANC members who are serving on the MFANC college scholarship committee are not eligible.
Click HERE to download an application.
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