The University of Maine Pulp and Paper Foundation recruits, financially supports and prepares talented engineering students to become the next great leaders in the pulp and paper industry, while also helping to meet the workforce needs of the industry.
The oldest pulp and paper foundation in America and a pioneer of the first program in the country to study pulp and paper engineering, University of Maine Pulp and Paper Foundation was organized in 1950, and incorporated in 1953, as a non-profit corporation. The Foundation awards more than 100 full or partial tuition scholarships annually and are represented by the most alumni in the industry.
Leading a partnership between the University of Maine, the paper industry, foundation alumni and aspiring engineering students. The UMaine Pulp and Paper Foundation is the bridge between academia, students and employers.
University of Maine Pulp & Paper Foundation, "University of Maine Pulp & Paper Foundation Bylaws" (2013). General University of Maine Publications. 1692.
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