SCA seeks to complement formal classroom education by providing a forum through which students can network with other students pursuing SCM studies, as well as SCM graduates and professionals in industry.
The Supply Chain Association provides an opportunity for its members to develop a spanning network that creates a lifetime of personal and professional relationships.
We build relationships that support members in preparing for their future profession through relationships with professional organizations. These relationships give our students a support base to succeed.
We utilize a variety of venues such as guest speakers, site tours, national case competitions, and job shadowing to help our members grow.
Every semester the Supply Chain Association tours plants and distribution centers to help students gain real insight into the real world of Supply Chain.
Thanks to the help of local professionals, we find guest speakers to discuss professional knowledge with students. These discussions work to educate, inspire, and motivate students within the field of supply chain.
Supply Chain Association works with local volunteer organizations and raises money for charity. We feel that giving back to the community is an extremely important aspect of the college experience.
SCA toured the FedEx Ground distribution facility in Livonia to learn about the logistics of the operations. We learned…
Brian Johnson from FCA came to speak with us about what FCA looks for in entry level candidates, as…
Members from SCA and AKPsi teamed up again for a volunteer event at Fort Wayne in Detroit. Members did…
A team of members from the Supply Chain Association competed in the 4th Annual National Undergraduate Supply Chain Case Competition…
The Supply Chain Association partnered with Alpha Kappa Psi for a social/fundraising event to raise funds for both organizations,…
The Supply Chain Association would like to thank Brandon Malson, President of EAM Staffing, for coming in to teach…
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The Supply Chain Association at the University of Michigan – Dearborn works with faculty, staff, and facilities to put students in a position to succeed. The College of Business community includes more than 1,150 undergraduates and 400 graduate students from 28 states and 14 countries. Students work with excellent faculty to develop the skills that will enable them to have an important impact on the economic opportunities of people in the state of Michigan and beyond.
19000 Hubbard Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126-2638
United States of America