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Scholarship Awards Inside ICI


Institute Presents Five Intern


T


he Investment Casting Institute awarded five scholarships to university students who have completed internships with Member companies at the


Investment Casting Institute’s 66th Technical Conference. Three of the awards were funded by the Investment Casting Institute. The fourth was donated by the Hank and Laurie Harvey scholarship fund. The fifth was funded by Aristo- Cast in honor of the late Larry Blum, product engineer. The intern scholarship program is designed to encourage


students to find careers in the investment casting industry and addresses a strategic goal of the Institute, to encourage more graduates to work in the industry. The 2019 recipients are Connor Clary, James Eddlestone,


Athena LaJeunesse, Matt Naughton, and Slade Nordic. For further information about the Intern Scholarship Program, contact the Institute office at 201-573-9770.


Connor Clary


is a senior studying mechanical engineering at Penn State University. From simple machines to complex structures, Connor has always loved engineering. He is an avid learner, joining the high school STEM, Chess and Robotics teams to further his engineering skills. Connor is a good citizen in his community and an Eagle Scout.


James Eddlestone is a senior mechanical engineering major, entering his final semester at Alfred University. He worked at Hitchiner Manufacturing in New Hampshire in the product engineering dept. It was there that he discovered the incredible world of investment casting. James is the vice president of his school’s chapter of Tau Beta Pi.


Athena LaJeunesse


is a senior industrial engineering major at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. She worked at Hitchiner Manufacturing and this past summer, Athena spent 15 weeks with the industrial engineering team working on engineering change order integration, engineered labor standards, ERP system configuration and a kaizen for product flow.


Matt Naughton


is a junior majoring in chemical engineering at UMass Amherst. Matt likes the engineering program at UMass as he believes it provides him with incredible opportunities. Now he is working to secure a position in an on-campus research lab to further his educational experience during his time at UMass.


Slade Nordic has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and is working towards his Master’s Degree at Pittsburg State University.


Recently, he interned


for Sturm, Ruger & Co., working specifically for Pine Tree Castings. Slade is a member of FEF and ICI. He looks forward to exploring the metal casting industry for future career opportunities.


10 ❘ October 2019 ®


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