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APICS Milwaukee #WhyApics: Sydney Loomans Shares Why APICS is Important to Her

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APICS Milwaukee members continue to share their #WhyApics stories on how APICS has helped them in their careers.

Sydney Loomans, President of the APICS Student Chapter at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, shares her #WhyApics below.

If you’d like to share your #whyapics story on how APICS has helped you in your career please send us an email at [email protected]. If your story is selected to be shared on our website, we will send you a free APICS Milwaukee events pass valid for 12 months! Share your story today!!

Your APICS Milwaukee Chapter, with approximately 500 members, is a non-profit association with a mission to serve Supply Chain professionals and their companies in the Milwaukee area. We recently added our Fall instructor-led certification classes for CPIM, CSCP and CLTD! Check out our website for more information on how you can advance your career today!

We look forward to hearing your #whyapics story! For additional information, contact us via our website at: http://apicsmilw.org or via email at: [email protected]

APICS Milwaukee Chapter Names Sydney Loomans the Student of the Year

Pictured above Sydney Loomans, UW-Whitewater APICS Student Chapter President

            APICS Milwaukee Chapter named Sydney Loomans the student of the year at their Awards and Recognition Night event on April 24, 2019 for Sydney’s outstanding support of the chapter and her service as the UW-Whitewater APICS Student Chapter President. Sydney is currently an undergraduate student studying Supply Chain Management and Finance at UW-Whitewater.

            Under Sydney’s leadership this past school year, the APICS student chapter offered a different company tour every month, including Sub-Zero Group, Snap-On, Inc., and J.W. Speaker. They brought in guest speakers from Wacker Neuson, C.H. Robinson, Provisur Technologies, Target Distribution Center, and the APICS Milwaukee parent chapter to talk about their career, education, and APICS certifications. They held Excel workshops, had members assisting Supply Chain faculty with research and participated in a national supply chain case competition.

            Before she graduates in the fall, she will be interning at the Target distribution center as an Operations Intern. Sydney loves to travel and is looking forward to visiting several places this summer.          

           At the APICS Milwaukee Chapter, the premier professional association for supply chain management, everything we do centers on inspiring and growing Supply Chain Professionals at all stages in their careers. We are proud to partner with two APICS student chapters at the UW-Milwaukee and UW-Whitewater. Students receive free membership to APICS providing opportunities to learn and network with local Supply Chain experts.  

           For additional information on Supply Chain educational opportunities, upcoming networking events, joining our membership and more, contact us via our website at: http://www.apicsmilw.org, email us at: [email protected] or call Tina Conley at (414) 436-3008.