Scholarship Awards

APICS Toledo Student Scholarships

Each year APICS Toledo offers a number of Chapter Scholarships to students of Operations Management or Supply Chain Management at colleges or universities in Northwest Ohio or Southeast Michigan.

The chapter also awards Family Scholarships to immediate family of members of APICS Toledo chapter members, there is no geographic restriction for the college or university location and students do not have to be studying Operations Management or Supply Chain Management.

Scholarship applications can be submitted between October 1st and  November 30th, the scholarships will be awarded in December for the next academic term.

Full details of the application process and application forms can be found by clicking on the link below.

Scholarship Instructions and Forms – Revised December 2015

The list of scholarship recipients from 2005 onwards can be found by clicking on the link below.

APICS Toledo Academic Scholarship Recipients 2005 – 2015


James Greathouse APICS Certification Professional Scholarship

The James Greathouse APICS Certification Professional Scholarship supports individuals who are seeking the APICS Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) designation, the Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) designation or the Certified in Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution (CLTD) designation.

Scholarship applications must be submitted by October 31, 2016.

For eligibility criteria and more details, click on this link.


George and Marion Plossl Research Fellowship

The APICS Supply Chain Council, will annually grant one award of $2,500 for a doctoral dissertation dealing with any topic in operations management. Sample topics include operations strategy, operations planning and control systems, supply chain management, quality management, Six Sigma, facility location, forecasting, just-in-time/lean production systems, and project management.

Entrants must be candidates for the doctorate in operations management. The dissertation must be approved by the primary thesis advisor and not more than 50% completed at time of submission.

George & Marion Plossl Doctoral Dissertation Competition Information