Working to Meet the Need

We focus on five main objectives in order to increase the workforce of qualified supply chain technicians and meet the growing national need across the private and public supply chains.

1

Implement a national 2+2 career pathway model through high school and college partnerships.

2

Establish a national symposium for supply chain automation stakeholders.

3

Increase the number of individuals from underrepresented groups entering the field.

4

Disseminate deliverables and information to educators, industry and current and potential supply chain technicians.

5

Establish and promote stackable national industry certifications for supply chain automation.

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If your duties focused on technical or mechanical maintenance, you may already have the skills needed for a lucrative career in Supply Chain Automation.

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“This new position will help me provide for my family.” – Mark...

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Led by Norco College, the California State Academic Senate approved Supply Chain...

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On November 3, members of the National Center for Supply Chain Technology Education (SCTE)...

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If the general population became more aware of the number of jobs and salary ranges in supply chain technology they might think differently about these jobs.
Bob Sompolski
Dean of Mathematics and Technology,
Oakton Community College, IL

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