2012-2013 Supply Chain Minority Scholarships Presented by General Mills
There will be (1) $2,000 scholarships and (3) $1,000 scholarships awarded by General Mills.
1. Minimum 3.0 undergraduate GPA
2. Must be a rising freshman, sophomore or junior
3. OSU student majoring in: Transportation/Logistics, Operations Management, and Purchasing
4.Must have a demonstrated interest in supply chain
5.Must have demonstrated leadership skills
Submit your resume and advisor’s academic report with this application.
Return all completed applications by the May 25, 2012 deadline.
Submit applications to
FISHER COLLEGE STUDENTS:
TO:The Ohio State University
Max M. Fisher College of Business
Attention: David Harrison, Director
Office of Minority Student Services
2100 Neil Avenue, 120 Fisher Hall
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1278
PHONE: (614) 292-1017
FAX: (614) 292-0783
The Shell Scholarship Presented by The Logistics Association
There will be (2) $1000 scholarships awarded by The Logistics Association to qualified applicants.
TO qualify you must 1. be attending The Ohio State University during Autumn Quarter 2011, and 2. Applicants must have a specialization in Logistics.
Discuss why you are a qualified recipient of the award. As well as why you chose Logistics as your specialization and your plans for after you graduate. The Essay should be 1-3 pages long, double spaced 1 inch margins and Times New Roman Font. Email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday May 20th at 5 PM.
2011 Supply Chain Scholarships presented by The Dow Chemical Company
This scholarship opportunity is a written competition for 2 $1,000 dollar scholarships
applicants must be undergraduates graduating in spring 2012 or later.
applicants must have either a Operations Management or Logistics Specialization.
applicants must also have a minimum GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0
Students must submit their resume, current transcript and Essay question response which must be less than 4 pages 1.5 spacing, using research & citations as appropriate.
The Essay question is “How can sustainability practices improve business continuity in global supply chains in the event of large scale, unexpected disruptive events?”
Application Submissions should be turned in to Professor Prud’homme in 600 Fisher Hall If you have have any questions send them to email@example.com or by phone at 614.292.3173