Upcoming Case Competition!

By Monica Voge

Do you want a chance to practice your supply chain and project management skills right here on campus? If so, there is an exciting opportunity coming your way this month! Supply Chain Club and Project Management Club are partnering with Magna Powertrain to hold a case competition on March 22nd from 8 am to 4 pm. Breakfast will be provided, and there is a cash prize of $250 per person. Magna is posting jobs on GlobalConnect, and this event will provide an excellent opportunity to network and find out more about these positions.

You can register individually or as a team of 3 – 4 people. Students who are on their modules abroad can participate live via Skype, and we would love if teams in Beijing and Prague joined us! Please register by March 15th at http://goo.gl/VO8av. Contact Lena at lena.potechin@global.t-bird.edu with any questions.

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