The START (Striving Towards Awareness and Respect for Tomorrow) conference was started ten years ago by students within Smeal. Their goal was simple: promote diversity and respect in the workplace and learn more about the culture of businesses.
Last Tuesday and Wednesday, the Business Building played host to the Supply Chain Career Fair. The event, which drew over 30 companies and 400 students, gave supply chain and MIS students the ability to meet with supply chain oriented organizations.
Students interested in supply chain fields got an up-close and personal look at employers last night. The Supply Chain Coffee House, put on by a collaborative effort between the Supply Chain faculty and SCMA, or the Supply Chain Management Association.