Student Talent Outreach

STUDENT TALENT OUTREACH PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The SIG Student Talent Outreach Program was designed to find tomorrow's supply chain professionals today - while students are still honing their skills and learning about the industry. This program exposes students to sourcing and outsourcing executives, supply chain thought leadership and best practice online content through networking events, virtual education, an online resource library and career services, including internship opportunities and full-time careers.

WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU. 

Supply Chain Students:

  • Access online SIG Resource Center
  • Attend virtual events
  • Attend local networking events
  • Access listings for internships and full-time career opportunities
  • Receive discounts for SIG University courses

University Faculty:

  • Access online SIG Resource Center
  • Attend virtual events
  • Attend local networking events
  • Supplement coursework with select SIG University courses

Sponsors:

  • Receive brand exposure
  • Sponsor entire program or one student

 

MEET OUR STUDENTS

Meet SIG's STO students! Join us at the Fall Global Executive Summit in October to meet our students in person. 

  • It’s refreshing to see a new take on talent acquisition. SIG has shown a clear initiative to enhance their member benefits by providing a solution to one of the procurement industry’s biggest needs – fresh talent in the workplace. Making connections for
    Alan Veeck, VP, ProcureAbility,
  • The SIG Summit provided me an excellent opportunity to interact and network with the industry leaders. I gained a lot of insights about the sourcing industry which otherwise are hard to learn. The SIG team did a great job in introducing the students to
    Gaurav Jain, Business Analyst at MSU Research Dept.- MBA Candidate 2016 ,
  • The SIG Summit is the ultimate place to meet top minds in the sourcing industry. As a student of Supply Chain Management, every step I took, be it networking or a summit session, during the conference taught me something new about the industry and the
    Ayeesha Sadique Aslem, Jenkins Graduate School - North Carolina State University,

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