We are scientists, engineers, industry leaders and academic experts in search of innovations for metals manufacturing. We experiment, discover and learn together in a world-class applied research and development facility.
Our vision is to provide solutions to metals and other manufacturing challenges while preparing the industry’s workforce through on-the-job learning and serving as a catalyst for regional economic prosperity.
The DeArmond Manufacturing Fellows Scholarship provides 5 students with the opportunity to receive a four-year scholarship to cover tuition and fees (up to $64,000 total) at Oregon Tech, to pursue a degree in engineering.
The DeArmond Fellowship also includes an internship at the OMIC R&D facility in Scappoose, Oregon where students will work collaboratively with OMIC R&D researchers as they engage in hands-on, state of the art projects that involve manufacturing companies from Oregon, the US, and around the world. DeArmond Fellows will have the opportunity to experience OMIC R&D’s unique collaborative environment and world-class research equipment.
Application is open until March 1, 2022 through the link below.
Preview the OMIC R&D Additive Innovation Center, a nucleus of broad reaching technologies that will change the manufacturing landscape. This second building of the OMIC R&D campus in Scappoose will enable manufacturers to adopt emerging technologies that will create high paying jobs in the region and beyond. Construction will begin November 2021.
The aerospace & defense industry serves two main markets: aerospace, the production sale and service of commercial aircraft; and defense, supporting the nation’s need for military weapons and systems designed to operate on land, sea, and in the air. The industry also includes aircraft product for business use, space vehicles, and satellites for military and commercial use.
The transportation and warehousing industry carries passengers and cargo and provides storage for goods. Modes of transportation are air, rail, water, road, and pipeline.
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