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Organizations and Opportunities for Experience

While classroom instruction is the foundation of your professional preparation, experiential learning is where skills are enhanced and even tested. While pursuing your M.S. in SCM at Whitman, you will find an abundance of opportunities to listen, learn and engage through involvement in student clubs, internships, competitions, corporate visits, seminars and networking events. These experiences will contribute immeasurably to distinguish you among your peers as you work with Whitman’s dedicated Career Center in your pursuit of employment. And given Whitman’s recognition by corporate recruiters for producing proven supply chain professionals, your classroom and practical experiences will serve you well in making significant strides throughout your career.

In addition to course projects, Whitman’s many organizations and opportunities for experiential SCM learning and professional development include:

The Franklin CSCMP Syracuse University Student Round Table

and the APICS, an international professional society representing manufacturing, service and resource management professionals. Student groups work together to host various field trips and guest speakers throughout the year to see the inner workings of supply chain management and learn about current events and issues affecting the field. 

H.H. Franklin Center for Supply Chain Management

brings together Whitman students, faculty, alumni and active supply chain management professionals to share research and advancements in the industry.

Robert H. Brethen Operations Management Institute

supports Whitman students and faculty with funding for scholarships and also research that advances the field of supply chain management. The Institute also supports Whitman’s chapter of APICS.

Salzberg Memorial Lecture Program

is recognized as one of the most prestigious award programs in the field of transportation, logistics and supply chain management. Each year, former Salzberg Medallion recipients and other distinguished practitioners active in the transportation and supply chain management fields are invited to nominate individuals and companies for consideration for the award. The half-day program is held on campus with full student participation.