APICS 2014 supply chain conference provides a multitude of opportunities for students and scholars to learn from industry experts, meet peers and gain valuable career insights and opportunities.
Student Career Fair
Monday, October 20
Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
New Orleans, Louisiana
The APICS 2014 Student Career Fair is designed to connect employers with today’s most talented and ambitious supply chain and operations management students. The event will enable employers to focus recruitment efforts, accelerate hiring processes and build a substantial contact list.
Attend the APICS 2014 Student Career Fair to:
Gain access to a pool of qualified students in supply chain and operations management.
Evaluate résumés, collect contacts and conduct interviews on-site.
Provide professional knowledge and insight to a dynamic group of students.
Undergraduate and graduate-level student attendees will have the opportunity to hear from and interact with recruiters from several of the participating companies. This is a tremendous opportunity for students to gather valuable information as they begin the transition from student to supply chain professional. The following offerings are available:
APICS Student Career Fair Panel Discussion Monday, October 20, 8:00 a.m.–9:15 a.m.
Networking and interview sessions
Monday, October 20, 11:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Secure your space at the APICS 2014 Student Career Fair today. Follow this link for more information.
Calling all students! Accelerate your job hunt at the APICS 2014 Student Career Fair. Join us for an exclusive student-only career fair and attend APICS 2014 for only $99. Recruiters will be on-site at the Career Fair actively interviewing students for a variety of supply chain and operations management positions.
The event is open only to student members registered for APICS 2014. Follow the links below to:
Featured companies at the career fair include:
Through the APICS Scholars Education Program, the APICS Foundation underwrites a limited number of graduate and undergraduate student members with registration to APICS 2014. Aside from the opportunity to experience the conference and network with active supply chain and operations management professionals, scholars receive complimentary conference registration, a stipend and hotel accommodations either fully or partially paid.
To become a scholar, applicants must meet the following requirements:
Undergraduate or graduate APICS student member.
Enrolled full time during the Fall 2014 semester (comparable to 12 credits/semester for an undergraduate student and 9 credits/semester for a graduate student).
Age 18 by October 17, 2014.
Application in by July 25, 2014.
Participation in the poster presentation
Winning entries will be based on college major, leadership experience, APICS membership length and APICS Student Chapter Board positions in addition to various other factors.
Apply today to become an APICS Scholar.
As a mentor, you will be assigned an individual scholar to work with during APICS 2014. This is a great opportunity to share your knowledge and experiences with a young professional in the field and to help your APICS scholar build a network with other students and professionals.
The goal of the APICS Mentor Program is to help build networks, gain industry knowledge, forge lasting relationships and better understand the value of APICS membership. The professional experiences of APICS mentors are what makes this possible.
Benefits for APICS mentors:
Meet the best and brightest supply chain management students in the nation.
Build long-term relationships and expand your personal network.
Give back to the APICS community in a meaningful way and help shape the next generation of APICS leaders and volunteers.
Earn 2 certification maintenance points.
Gain access to preferential seating at general sessions.
APICS preconference duties:
Be aware of mentoring program goals, expectations and schedules.
Contact the student before the conference and develop a good understanding of the student's interests, background and goals.
APICS conference duties:
Plan to arrive early at the conference and participate in the New Member Welcome and Volunteer Recognition receptions.
Spend at least an hour per day with your student outside of program-sponsored events.
Assist the student in making networking connections.
APICS postconference duties:
The APICS 2014 Academic Program, taking place throughout the conference, enables academics and practitioners to work together to further supply chain and operations management. It’s an opportunity to share your expertise, empower fellow supply chain and operations management professionals and academics, and contribute to the success of individuals and organizations.
The APICS Supply Chain Council seeks academic presenters who can examine, assess and educate on key topics using the APICS body of knowledge and provide participants with strategies for success in the increasingly global economy. We also seek presentations that can bridge the gap between the practitioner and the arena, and within the following educational tracks:
Risk and Resiliency: Sessions in this learning path will enable you to enrich the customer experience by clearly describing how to prepare for unanticipated events caused by nature, accident, political conflict or other types of disruption.
Supply Chain Business Analytics: Sessions in this learning path involve specific tactics for effectively transforming data into usable business-, process- and customer-focused strategies and solutions.
Sustainability: Investigate how to enhance the customer experience, increase satisfaction, and ensure loyalty via advanced procurement strategies, ethical processes, end-to-end environmental impact assessment and the capability to shift beyond compliance to performance improvement.
Applications to become an academic presenter at APICS 2014 have closed. If you have any questions, contact Rashonda Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org or (773) 867-1818.