Why apply for scholarships in supply chain? Scholarships provide both financial and professional benefits! Earning a scholarship is a significant accomplishment that can help to ease the financial burden of higher education and can help distinguish you from other candidates on the job market.
Below you will find information for supply chain related scholarships. Apply now!
Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals – St. Louis CSCMP- St. Louis $1,000 scholarship is awarded annually to a student focusing on a supply chain curriculum at a local university who exhibits leadership qualities, community engagement, and academic achievement.
Association of American Railroads Scholarship in Rail Transportation Students receiving the $500 award shall be registered and enrolled at UMSL, pursuing graduate or undergraduate study with a minimum of 60 credit hours completed. Students shall be majoring in History or Business Administration with a demonstrated interest in scholarly activity in rail history, operations, finance or management, and shall have a minimum grade point average of 3.0.
Boyer-Millstein Scholarship in Logistics and Supply Chain Management Candidates for this $2,000 scholarship will be undergraduate or graduate students at UMSL in the Logistics and Supply Chain Management program. Applicants must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and demonstrate financial need.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Markland Scholarship Candidates for this $1,500 scholarship must be undergraduate students who are Missouri residents and enrolled full-time at UMSL. Candidates must be pursuing a degree in Logistics & Operations Management with an interest in logistics and supply chain management. Recipients will demonstrate high financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management Scholarship Candidates for this $1,000 scholarship must be undergraduate students who are Missouri residents and enrolled full-time at UMSL. Candidates must be pursuing a degree in Logistics & Operations Management with an interest in logistics and supply chain management. Recipients will demonstrate high financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
A.C. Ingersoll Jr. Memorial Fellowship in Transportation Studies Recipients of the $1,000 fellowship will be currently enrolled Undergraduate or Graduate students at UMSL and are pursuing a Certificate in Transportation Studies for the furtherance of studies in marine engineering and transportation.
The Supply Chain & Analytics department also has Teaching Assistant, Tutor and Research Assistant positions available. Contact Dr. Li for more information or to apply.
*Note, you can apply for all UMSL Supply Chain and Analytics Scholarships through Academic Works. Once you complete the profile, you will automatically be put into the queue for automatic and competitive scholarship opportunities.