2014 Supply Chain Management Scholarships
Our scholarship program continues to
attract interest from the highest achieving undergraduate students.
is February 14, 2014
Since inception of the Traffic Club of Pittsburgh
merit-based Scholarship Program, over $350,000 has been awarded to
either colleges or college students. Scholarships will again be awarded
this year in conjunction with the March 20, 2014, Annual Dinner at the
Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown.
The scholarship program continues to provide a valuable resource for
college students as well as to Club members having recruiting
responsibilities. Scholarship applicants have gone on to find
employment, internships and networking opportunities with prominent
companies in the western Pennsylvania region whose executives are
members of the Traffic Club.
for complete details for the 2014 Traffic Club of Pittsburgh Scholarship
Award Program. The Club will also extend a two-year club membership to
each candidate who submits a qualifying scholarship application. Club
dues during this two-year period will be waived.
2013 Scholarship Winners
L to R:
(Penn State), Alaina Rothstein (Maryland), Alexandra Kalina
(Duquesne), Samantha Jarmul (Penn State),
Markea Dickinson (Penn State), Nicholas Gray (Duquesne), Lisa Chesko
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