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A Sneak Peek at UT-Knoxville’s Inaugural Supply Chain Summer Program for Female High Schoolers

Categories: Procurement, Supply Chain, Talent Management Tags: General News, L2 What would a supply chain summer program for female high school students look like? The summer of 2017 may not even be halfway over, but a group of administrators and professors at the University of Tennessee — Knoxville are already working out the details of a weeklong supply chain summit to be held on campus in July 2018, aimed at female students from the state of Tennessee who will be rising high school juniors.
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