The global impact of COVID-19 on our people and the global economy is significant, and Watlow has taken a comprehensive approach to deal with the current crisis. Our contingency planning includes protecting our team members, communicating often with our customers and partners and maintaining the continuity of supply lines.

At the beginning of the pandemic, we set two priorities that guide our responses and decisions: the health and safety of our team members while continuing to supply essential products needed by our customers.

If you have questions about how the pandemic is impacting Watlow or Watlow’s response, please contact your Watlow representative.

2020 Engineering Summer Camp Scholarship Program

Deadline: February 7, 2020

Watlow is awarding STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) summer camp scholarships to high school-aged family members of Watlow team members.

Camps Offered

We are offering many different computer, technology and engineering residential and day camps through numerous engineering and technical schools in our Watlow communities. 


Children, grandchildren, dependents, siblings, nieces, nephews and cousins of current Watlow team members who have not previously been awarded a Watlow summer camp scholarship. The child must be entering 9-12 grades in fall 2020.

What is Included

The scholarship covers the cost of the camp, activities, meals and housing. Note that transportation to and from the camp is the responsibility of the student, his/her parents or guardian and not provided by the scholarship.

How to Apply

Complete and submit an application and written essay to your local human resources department no later than noon, February 7, 2020. Applications that are incomplete, or are submitted after the deadline, will be ineligible. 

Selection Process

Camp scholarship recipients are judged based on submitted essays. Essays will be judged on an anonymous basis.

Be part of the Next Generation of Watlow STEM workforce

Click here download your application

List of Camps and Descriptions