Student Chapters

The Rochester chapter has one active student chapter at SUNY-Geneseo. Please visit their web sites for further information and their schedule of events.

SUNY-Geneseo

Faculty Advisor: Tim Nolan (publicity@apicsr.org)
Web site: http://www.geneseo.edu/~apics


APICS Scholars Education Program

Attending the conference as a scholar has provided me with a wealth of benefits. Personally, the best part of being a scholar was networking with students from around the world. In addition, I was able to meet professionals in operations and get a better idea of possible job opportunities available to me.

Jaclyn Carlson
Iowa State University
November 2006

The APICS Educational and Research Foundation offers graduate and undergraduate members of APICS student chapters the opportunity to attend the APICS International Conference & Expo , build a network of contacts, and learn more about the industry they are planning to enter. It’s APICS members who make the APICS Scholars Education Program a success. Volunteers are needed to serve as a mentors , coordinators, and donors

 

Become a Scholar

    * Make valuable contacts with operations management professionals
    * Learn real-world applications and solutions
    * Practice applying knowledge through the student case competition.
    * Be more prepared to enter the workforce after graduation

Apply to become a scholar today or learn more about the benefits of becoming an APICS Scholars Program participant.

APICS student chapter members who are enrolled in full time undergraduate and graduate programs are eligible to become scholars. Scholars will attend the APICS International Conference and Exposition, with housing expenses paid by APICS. Scholars will attend educational sessions, personal and professional development sessions, meet with general session and featured speakers (if applicable), network with conference attendees, and visit the APICS exposition. Student work schedules will be developed to maximize time spent in educational sessions. To learn more, visit www.apics.org