In conjunction with its 20th anniversary celebration, D.W. Morgan is proud to launch an international scholarship program to reward next-generation supply chain leaders for innovative ideas on supply chain/logistics management that make a positive global impact. In the program’s inaugural year, D.W. Morgan will award four recipients each with $5,000 U.S. Dollars to support them in the "last mile" of their college education and help launch their careers as future leaders in the industry. A grand-prize winner will also receive the opportunity for a paid internship in the summer of 2011 at Morgan’s corporate headquarters or one of its field offices.
Eligible students must be in the "last mile" (final two semesters or final three quarters) of their bachelors degree program with a major or minor in supply chain/logistics/transportation management (or related field) in any accredited college/university around the world. Entrants are required to submit an application and their sealed college transcript, along with a video of themselves answering this two-part question:
"As a future supply chain executive, how do you see the supply chain evolving in the next 20 years? Additionally, what steps can supply chain executives take to ensure these changes in the industry make a positive impact on people and/or the planet?"
Entrants can use props or effects to enhance their videos. They must also submit a brief written summary of the ideas contained in their video to be considered.
All written and video submissions must be the original work and ideas of the Entrant and must not infringe or violate any law or the legal or reputable rights of any person or entity.
Fill out and submit forms below, including the written summary of your entry. Then, send your video to email@example.com. You may also use www.yousendit.com if your file size exceeds email sending limits. Subject line should be: "Last Mile Scholarship Entry from [First Name, Last Name]". In addition, please mail a sealed transcript from your college/university to:
Last Mile Scholarship
Transcripts must be postmarked no later than December 3, 2010.
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