Women in the Fastener Industry (WIFI) is a non-profit organization that provides mentoring, networking and educational opportunities for women employed in the industrial fastener industry. Through donations and corporate sponsorships they fund their scholarships and networking events.
Women in the Fastener Industry invites all women who are employed in the industrial fastener industry to join them as a professional network, representing fastener women everywhere. As a member of WIFI, you will become an advocate for other women within the fastener industry, assisting with referrals, mentoring and professional support in addition to having access to networking and educational opportunities.
Why should you consider joining? Here are some of the great benefits to a membership:
When joining WIFI, you will become eligible for one of the available scholarships:
- The Ann Wolz Bisgyer Scholarship pays tuition to the Fastener Training Institute, the premier educational institute in the fastener industry.
- The Edith Cameron Scholarship provides funds to travel and attend the annual National Industrial Fastener & Mill Supply Expo in Las Vegas, the largest convention in the industry.
- Apply for scholarship
Whether you are newer to the industry or a seasoned professional, mentorship opportunities are available and encouraged. This is an opportunity to welcome and support fellow fastener women through guidance, knowledge, growth and community.
For more information contact Mary Lou Aderman.
WIFI will soon debut this new feature as a way to learn about its members, where they work, how they got in the fastener business and what inspires them to be motivated. This is an opportunity to display your talents, contributions and workplace.
WIFI Board & Committees:
Interested in making a difference in the fastener industry? Join any of the committees or serve on the board.
Committees include Membership, Scholarship, Mentoring, & Communications/Events.
Contact WIFI if you would like to volunteer.
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