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gives high School,
Community College Students
Have unsold, discontinued or show demo equipment in inventory?
Clear some space by gifting it to a school training the workforce
of the future.
BY ANGELA JENkINS, MHI CAREER &
TECHNICAL EDUCATION COORDINATOR
HI-along with the Material Handling Equipment Distributors
Association (MHEDA)-works closely with schools throughout the
U.S. to support education in material handling, logistics and supply
chain. Our programs help high schools, technical schools, community colleges, universities and other training organizations to build
and sustain a skilled workforce that's in high demand throughout our
In addition to providing educational programs and content that
includes our four Fundamentals of
Warehousing and Distribution textbooks, and co-sponsoring Student
Days at MODEX and ProMat, we also
facilitate donations of technologies
and equipment for students to use.
Through MHI's Equipment Donation
Program, managed by MHI's Career &
Technical Education (CTE) program,
we help these schools obtain material
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of MHI Solutions - Volume 4, Issue 2
Emerging Technologies Produce Business Benefits and Talent Challenges
Developing a Talent Management Strategy
Collaborating with Education
Love your Supply Chain Career?
The Power of Mentoring
Eleven Ways to Diversify the Supply Chain: Insights from the Field
How Do You Build A Successful Career in Supply Chain?
Donated Equipment Gives High School, Community College Students Hands-On Experience
Industry Focus: Retail
2016 MHI Innovation Award to be Presented at MODEX 2016
Economic Market Analysis
The Jobs, Wages, Output and Taxes of the Supply Chain
Solutions Group Update
Scholarship Winners: Where Are They Now?
Index of Advertisers
MHI Solutions - Volume 4, Issue 2