For more than two and a half years the U.S. has been talking about supply chain snafus.
This prolonged pandemic has slowed the supply chain to a crawl, and it’s creating new challenges for the people charged with managing industrial supply chains.
On this Education Monday, Claire Maxson, Dean of School of Business, Logistics, and Supply Chain at Ivy Tech Community College, joined us on “Life.Style.Live!” to discuss Ivy Tech’s Supply Chain Management/Logistics program.
This program prepares students to enter the workforce with the skills demanded in the industry. It also addresses the movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, analysis and finished goods.
Ivy Tech is also hosting a school spotlight event where you can learn more about the program. It’s happening on Tuesday, September 13 at 10 a.m. at the Illinois Fall Creek Center (Indianapolis Campus) at 2535 N. Capitol Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46208.
VIDEO: Overview of Ivy Tech Community College’s Supply Chain Program — “You see trucks on the road. You see barges on the Ohio River. You see airplanes delivering cargo. That’s all part of the logistics industry.”
Insurance Certificate (9 credits):
Working with industry partners, our insurance certificate within the School of Business has been redesigned and is now only nine credit hours! This certificate can be earned in as little as one semester with just three classes. There are numerous workforce issues facing the insurance Industry, but they also pose many reasons for getting an education in this field:
- 50% of this workforce will be turning over in the next 10 years.
- In that same timeframe, the industry is expected to add around 50,000 new positions.
- Unemployment within the industry is currently 1.7%.
- Annual job openings in the industry are about 400,000.
Business Administration Transfer Options:
Ivy Tech credits transfer to colleges and universities throughout Indiana and outside the state. And it is more than just a few classes. You can complete your first two years at Ivy Tech and transfer as a junior to all Indiana colleges and universities. There are even some Ivy Tech associate degree programs that, upon completion, provide guaranteed admission to many in-state colleges and academic programs. By completing your first two years at Ivy Tech, you can save as much as $10,000 on the cost of a bachelor’s degree.
Get started for free today by calling 888-IVY-LINE (888-489-5463) or click here for more information.
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