Students in Johnson College’s Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program recently volunteered at Salvation Army on River Street in Scranton. Students used their logistics expertise to aid workers in stocking the store’s shelves.
The College’s Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program provides students with the skills needed for entry-level positions in the field of transportation logistics management. Supply chain and logistics managers are responsible for how products are produced, moved to the stores, and purchased by consumers.
To find out more about Johnson College and its Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program, visit www.johnson.edu or call 1-800-2WE-WORK.
Left to Right: Stanley Furdin ’14, Dunmore; Linda Falcone, Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program Chairperson; Brady Swingle, Moscow; Steven Santana ’14, Scranton; Steven Dobrowski ’14, Archbald; Maryann Swingle ‘14, Moscow