INDA Career Corner Website Posts STEM Student Resumes For Nonwoven/Engineered Materials Industries

CARY, N.C. — December 7, 2017 — INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, announces a new benefit to nonwoven/engineered materials companies seeking to hire university students in STEM disciplines. INDA’s new Career Corner posts resumes of students interested in nonwoven entry level career opportunities, internships, and co-op programs. Listings can be viewed at http://www.inda.org/CareerCorner/jobslist.php.

“The new Career Corner on INDA’s website was developed in response to INDA members’ need to identify and recruit talented individuals in the thriving nonwovens and engineered materials industry,” said Dave Rousse, INDA President. “To keep our industry vibrant we need to position it attractively so we have talented people choosing to pursue careers in engineered fabrics. With Career Corner, INDA members can find candidates and post open positions as a free service to INDA member companies.”

INDA’s Academic Outreach Committee and INDA’s Assistant Director of Career Services advanced awareness of our thriving industry to six Southeast Universities during the 2017 fall semester. Members of INDA’s Outreach Committee include executive representatives from Berry Global Group Inc., Fibertex Nonwovens, Fitesa, Freudenberg Performance Materials, Glatfelter, Johns Manville Corp., Kimberly-Clark Corp., Lydall Performance Materials, The Nonwovens Institute, The Proctor & Gamble Co., Suominen, and others.

INDA exhibited at The University of Tennessee, Clemson University, The University of South Carolina, Rose-Hulman University, Northeastern University, and Auburn University.  INDA presented nonwoven/engineered materials as a diverse technology-oriented, exciting industry solving real problems and engaged more than 1,200 students in STEM disciplines collecting over 290 resumes for industry opportunities. 

Spring 2018 career fair planning includes presentations at The Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of South Carolina, NC State University, and Virginia Commonwealth University, among others. For details on the program contact:  Justin Gutierrez, Assistant Director of Career Services INDA.

Posted December 7, 2017

Source: INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry

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