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Remote Supply Chain Internships

Give your learners access to valuable, real-world experiences in the high demand industry of logistics and supply chain

Are your learners problem solvers, critical thinkers, and natural strategists? If so, remote supply chain internships could be the perfect gateway for them to apply and enhance these skills.

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Why Intern in Logistics and Supply Chain Management?

Offering opportunities to work with cutting-edge technology, optimize supply chain processes, and make a significant impact on global commerce is an integral component of logistics education. With the rise of e-commerce and globalization, the demand for skilled professionals in this field is higher than ever.


supply chain/logistics employers prefer to hire individuals with work experience, such as internships (ASCM)


per year average for entry-level positions in logistics and supply chain management (Glassdoor)


supply chain professionals felt their job was rewarding and a good use of their skills (SCMR)


supply chain management students said they had completed at least one internship while pursuing their degree (ASCM)


Common Questions Answered…

What is a remote supply chain internship?

Remote logistics and supply chain internships provide opportunities for learners to gain practical experiences where they will be assigned to work on various projects, such as inventory management, transportation planning, procurement, and supply chain optimization.

What projects will supply chain interns undertake?

As part of our supply chain internship programs, learners will work on a variety of projects tailored to the specific needs and objectives of our partner companies or organizations. These projects may include inventory management, transportation planning, procurement, supply chain optimization, and data analysis.

What skills will learners gain on a logistics and supply chain internship?

Learners will gain a broad range of skills that are essential for a successful career in supply chain management. Through hands-on experience and exposure to real-world challenges, they will develop skills in data analysis, problem-solving, communication, teamwork, project management, time management, analytical thinking, and attention to detail. These skills are highly valued in the industry and will help them build a strong foundation for their future career.

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