College of Professional & International Education

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​The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) SoCal Roundtable held its 7th annual Women and Men Leaders in Supply Chain and Scholarship Award event on December 5, 2018. The event included a panel discussion focused on career strategies for men and women and also discussed education, mentorship, women in leadership, and overcoming workplace bias.  CSCMP SoCal Roundtable also awarded scholarships to students pursuing careers in the Supply Chain field. CSULB Master of Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) student Chau Vo was awarded a scholarship to support her in pursuing her degree.

IANA Expo 2018_600.jpgStudents from the Port of Long Beach Academy of Global Logistics (AGL) at Cabrillo High School experienced the world of intermodal operations first-hand at the IANA Intermodal Expo 2018. Organized by the Intermodal Association of North America (IANA), this three-day event was held at the Long Beach Convention Center on September 16-18, providing a platform for students and industry to learn about trends in intermodal operations. They also had the opportunity to engage with industry executives, experts, and thought leaders from around the country. 

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PHOTO: MSGISci program alumni (L-R) Benjamin Olson and Sean Reseigh at their 2018 graduation ceremony


The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is the nation's largest metropolitan planning organization, representing 191 cities and more than 18 million residents, and it creates a variety of planning and policy initiatives to encourage sustainability in the region. At SCAG’s 53rd Regional Conference and General Assembly in May, two recent CSULB grads and CITT research assistants were chosen as finalists for the prestigious Esri Story Map Competition.

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PHOTO: CITT Marine Terminal Operations Professional (MTOP) and Global Logistics Specialist (GLS) instructors Dave Wear and Brandon Lecou.

Students in the Port of Long Beach (POLB) Academy of Global Logistics (AGL) at Cabrillo High School learned about the role of ocean carriers and marine terminal operations in global trade during a presentation and activity led by industry experts  and CITT Marine Terminal Operations Professional  (MTOP) and Global Logistics Specialist (GLS) instructors Dave Wear and Brandon Lecou.

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CITT Research Assistant Ahmed Mohammed recently received an exciting job offer as a Customer Operations Analyst at Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (SPHE). Mohammed attributes his success to the knowledge and experience he has gained throughout his academics and time working with CITT.

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PHOTO: Participants in the Port of Long Beach Academy of Global Logistics (AGL) at Cabrillo High School.


Ninth graders in the Port of Long Beach (POLB) Academy of Global Logistics (AGL) program at Cabrillo High School began the year with an AGL harbor tour and complementary in-class presentation. As part of AGL’s experiential learning activities, the 90-minute tour provides students an overview of POLB operations, including the role of the port in international trade, types of cargo, port customers, port governance, interaction with regulatory bodies, and port trading partners.