Powder Coating Institute 2020 Scholarship Program Opens Jan. 13
The program includes the PCI general scholarship and four corporate member-sponsored scholarships: Axalta, Gema, Nordson Ken Kreeger and PPG scholarships.
The Powder Coating Institute will accept applications beginning Jan. 13 for its 2020 scholarship program for students studying in areas that advance powder coating technologies. The deadline is March 13.
Applications for the PCI scholarships are due March 13.
The program includes a general scholarship and scholarships sponsored by Axalta, Gema, Nordson and PPG.
Candidates should be enrolled in chemistry, polymer science, engineering, manufacturing, business management or sales/marketing areas of study which must be useful for a career in the powder coating industry. Visit powdercoating.org/scholarship
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