July 2020 Newsletter
President's Message

We hope this newsletter finds you well.

We are announcing that no in-person events will occur with PAN APICS through the end of 2020; however, we do have some exciting virtual events that we would love to see you all at!

Our board is committed to helping our members through this pandemic. We are in the process of brainstorming solutions that we can offer our membership as we understand these times are difficult for everyone and especially for those who are being furloughed and experiencing loss of work. Please feel free to email me or the board members ideas you may have as well as participate in our next virtual networking event on September 9th.

As a friendly reminder, there is a dues waiver policy for those who are unemployed - for more information, please see this link.


Lastly, we have also included information regarding ASCM's career services resources - please see below for information on Korn Ferry Advance.

Sincerely,

Jennifer Hill
President, PAN APICS
Welcome New Members
Matthew Harder | Lindsay Lapatinsky | James Fagan | Brad Bechtel
Benjamin Allen | Charles Beaudouin | Patrick Miliken | James Magee
Angela Acuna | Bhargav Nutakki | Leon Bulic | Michael Horn |
Amanda Wrenn Easley | Gary Pantalone
We hope you can join us for our upcoming virtual event!
Please mark your calendars for upcoming events!

September 9, 2020- Virtual Event for Educational Offerings and Member Feedback for COVID-19 Membership Solutions

Oct 7, 2020 - Virtual MEGA Meeting

December 8, 2020 - Holiday Networking
Introducing Korn Ferry Advance, ASCM's Career Services Solutions
Through Korn Ferry Advance, job seekers find the expertise they need and the encouragement they desire to find the career path that will bring them more purpose and passion and elevate their performance.

As an ASCM Member, you'll receive an exclusive discount to access:
  • Personalized career coaching and 24/7 chat support 
  • Resume parsing technology to help you see how most recruiters read and process your resume, so that you pass the applicant tracking systems and land that interview.
  • Traits assessment to reveal what makes you tick, providing personalized insights to know yourself better
  • AI-based app to help you master your communication skills in private, so you present yourself in the best possible light and land that job.
  • Job board giving you access to jobs you can apply for today. You can target your search by keyword, location and category.
  • Career Insights where you will find carefully curated content to support you in your ongoing journey. Watch videos and playbacks of the most recent career webinars, and read the most relevant articles about today’s job market.

Are you interested in learning more? Check out this link.
Cost: CORE members: $39/month; PLUS members: $35/month
Janet Hillier Scholarship Timeline Extended until October 31st
The PAN-APICS Chapter is proud to present the Janet Hillier Scholarship. This scholarship has been created in memoriam of former PAN-APICS volunteer, Janet Hillier. A volunteer for over 30 years, Janet was a fixture on the PAN APICS Board of Directors, in the classroom as an educator, and at PAN-APICS events. The PAN-APICS chapter and our members are forever indebted to her for her time spent advancing supply chain and operations management with the APICS name in this region. Janet passed suddenly in 2015 and will forever be missed.

PAN-APICS encourages students to pursue higher education towards furthering their career in Supply Chain Management. The Janet Hillier Scholarship will award $2,500 towards any educational expenses, including books & supplies to one student per year. The winner of the Scholarship will be selected by the PAN-APICS Board of Directors and will be announced on November 30th. Funds will be dispersed directly to the student and can be used towards any educational expenses, and not restricted to tuition only.

Please submit all applications to the PAN APICS Executive Vice President at  VP-EXEC@PAN-APICS.ORG . Submissions should include the application, one page essay, copy of the student resume, and transcript. The letter of recommendation must be submitted directly by the faculty member to the same email address. Applications open on  March 1, 2020  and the submission deadline is  October 31, 2020 .

Eligibility Criteria:
  • Applicant must be pursuing a degree in or related to Supply Chain Management, Logistics, or Transportation.
  • Must be a full-time student enrolled at an accredited college, university or junior college with a graduation date of 2021 or later.
  • Must be a student member of PAN APICS (can register through apics.org for free).
  • Minimum of a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Must attach the most recent school transcript.
  • Applicant must complete the 2020 Janet Hillier Scholarship application.
  • Must submit a copy of student resume.
  • Faculty member must submit one letter of recommendation directly to VP-EXEC@PAN-APICS.ORG.
  • Must submit a one page essay submission (250 to 500 words) on an explanation of your goals and desired roles in supply chain management and how this scholarship will help you.

For more information,  click here ! The scholarship application  can be found here .
SCOR-P - Supply Chain Operations Reference Professional Endorsement
What is SCOR?
Moving the needle on supply chain performance isn’t easy. APICS has worked with thousands of global supply chain organizations to build company-wide engagement to create and deploy powerful, transformative programs. For 20 years the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model has been the cross-industry, global standard for supply chain excellence. The SCOR Professional program provides employees with the major process components of the SCOR framework: Plan, Make, Source, Deliver, Return, and Enable. This helps companies increase the speed of system implementations, improve inventory turns, and drive measurable supply chain process improvement and business performance.

It’s the best supply chain process framework, and it just got better.

New SCOR model for the modern supply chain The world’s leading supply chain framework now incorporates many emerging drivers of supply chain success, including:
  • Omni-channel, metadata, block chain, and other emerging topics
  • Modernized best practices and processes to better align with digital strategy
  • Updated people skills and training, based on APICS body of knowledge
  • Sustainability standards based on The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
  • Tighter alignment of supply chain management costs with SCORmark benchmark
  • Process workflows generated by the SCOR BPM Accelerator, ensuring accurate data mapping

Typical   professions/job responsibilities of SCOR participants: Production management, operations management, supply chain management, procurement, materials management, inventory management

Sign up for an instructor-led class today! We are offering a three-day course beginning October 6th! This is a virtual event.

Congratulations to our New Certification Attainees!
Lisa Gabriel, CPIM | Ronald Yum, CSCP | Akshaya Srinivasan, CSCP
David Hoffman, CLTD