St. Petersburg College’s new Supply Chain Management program offers students training courses in eight entry to mid-level industry certifications preparing them for in-demand jobs in logistics. The training includes internships, apprenticeships, on-the-job training opportunities and is offered through a $1.5 million federal LINCS grant.
Jobs in logistics expected to rise 26%
The demand for supply chain talent is on the rise. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in logistics are estimated to grow by 26 percent from 2010-2020!
Supply chain management involves all activities that bring products and services to market, including planning, procurement, manufacturing and logistics and include job roles as logistics assistants, warehouse and production associates, supply chain specialists and analysts, fulfillment supervisors, purchasing, fleet and transportation managers.
Upcoming Info Session
Learn more about a career in Supply Chain Management at SPC’s LINCS Supply Chain Management Information Session, Tuesday, June 30, at the Clearwater Campus, ES-127.
New classes start July 7
Students can choose from any or all of the six-week classes in Supply Chain Management that start next month:
- Warehousing Operations – July 7
- Transportation Operations – July 9
- Supply Chain Management Principles – July 13
- Customer Service Operations – July 15
During the program, students will get real world experience as they engage with industry leaders through guest lectures, networking events and industry tours.
St. Petersburg College recently awarded 20 CSCMP Supply Chain Management Certifications to the first group of students, pictured above, that were enrolled in the new program.
Free career and academic support
At SPC, your success is our top priority. Designated staff will work closely with each student to provide:
- Career counseling
- Internship and job search support
- Academic support
Contact Sondra Seiter, Student Success Specialist, at 727-791-5978 or email@example.com for more information or to enroll in the program.