Supply Chain Management Center Fellowships

Fellowships are a fantastic way to build a relationship with a company and make some money working during the semester. There are requirements of working 15-20 hours per week, traveling to the company, and a minimum of weekly contact meetings/calls.

If you are interested please submit your resume and letter of interest to Roger Woody at by 5 pm on Wednesday, September 26th 2018. More information is listed below!



    The fellowship requires commitment of 15-20 hours per week, beginning about October 1, 2018, and completing about May 1, 2019.  The rate of pay for the fellowship is $10.00 per hour. There will be opportunities for the selected candidate to meet with and work with Hallmark executives and managers, visits ti the Hallmark Corporate Office in Kansas City will be required, however, much of the work will be completed remotely.  There will be a certificate of completion and of course, this is a highly regarded award and should be noted as such on the awardee’s resume.

Application process: 

  • Applications (resume and letter) must be submitted to Roger Woody ( no later than 5 pm on Wednesday, September 26, 2018. 


  •  Each candidate will be reviewed and expected to interview within one-two days of the due date.


  •  Selected candidate applications will be provided to Hallmark for review and final selection.


  • Fellowship introduction and work will begin on or about October 1, 2018.

2018 Fellowship Details: 

    Click on the Word button to learn more about what the fellowship entails. 

How to apply: 


    Each interested student must submit a resume to and a letter of interest, indicating why they are interested in the fellowship, how they are qualified to complete the work, and any other comments they feel are important to those making the selection.

Who can apply?

    All business majors who are looking to gain experience in the supply chain field! 

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