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    Board of Advisors 

  

                  The following corporations currently serve on the CESCM Board of Advisors

                                       

                                                       

 

    Board Contributions

 

Companies represented by the members of our Board of Advisors provide curriculum input, offer program guidance, serve as guest lecturers, sponsor program workshops, arrange company site visits, conduct student interviews, provide summer internships and full time job placements for SCM students. In addition to Advisory Board members giving significant amounts of time to support the CESCM program, their companies also make a financial contribution.  The annual financial support of each company provides funds for student scholarships, company trips, and a major portion of the revenue to support the CESCM’s activities.

 

Several other corporate partners have joined with the SCM Advisory Board to provide scholarships, career opportunities and bring real world SCM projects into the classroom to our outstanding students and supply chain program.

 

 

 

             OTHER COMPANIES RECRUITING AND SUPPORTING SCM STUDENTS 

 

     

                                                             

 

 

Bank of America

Bechtel

Boeing

Cisco

Cummins

Dell

Dupont

General Motors

 

 

Google

IBM

Ryder

The Resource Group

UTC

W.L. Gore & Associates

Amgen

U.S. Steel

 

 

 

A.T. Kearney                     

Coca Cola                       

McDonalds                            

Accenture                        

Chick-fil-A                      

Merck                                                         

Banneker                          

Cummins                       

PNC Bank                                                       

Baxter

Bechtel                         

Eli Lilly                         

SC Edison                                                     

Boeing  

FMC Technologies       

Target                                                             

BP                                      

Grainger                         

Unilever                                                               

Capital One                     

JP Morgan                    

Wells Fargo                                                               

Chrysler                            

Lockheed Martin