11 Reasons Companies Hire ISM Students

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  • Kaitlyn Mrozowski, B.B.A.'18, General Motors

  • photo of Zach Poppema

    Zach Poppema, B.B.A.'18, General Motors

  • photo of Rachel Larson

    Rachel Larson, B.B.A.'18, Stanley Black & Decker

Western Michigan University's integrated supply management students are in demand. Here are some of the reasons our industry partners give for hiring ISM Broncos:

  • Breadth and depth of the program, program ranking and rigorous curriculum
  • Comfort level on multi-disciplinary teams; asking questions
  • Demonstrated success and ability to get the job done
  • Drive, energy, passion and grit
  • Effective projects and internships
  • Multi-tasking capabilities
  • Quality engineering standards and knowledge
  • Students' desire to outperform those in larger programs
  • Support from faculty
  • Technical aptitude
  • Willingness and eagerness

photo of AGCO employeesAGCO has received numerous accolades and awards for its innovative supply chain. Read how the company harnesses ISM talent from WMU to manage its complex, global supply chains.