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APICS builds and validates knowledge in supply chain and operations management. We enable our community of members, affiliates and customers to lead in the global marketplace.

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Advance your career through APICS educational programs. This includes APICS conferences, APICS online events, courseware, self-study programs, APICS corporate services, public workshops, and APICS e-News.

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Professional development meetings provide an excellent opportunity for resource management professionals to keep abreast of the latest techniques and systems in their industry. Meeting presentations include sessions relating to the basics and hot topics in today's workplace. These events are also a great opportunity for networking and exchanging problem solutions in the field of supply chain and operations management.

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Upcoming Educational Courses

May 2nd, 2017 - CPIM/SMR Certification Prep Course

August 1st, 2017 - CPIM/BSCM Certification Prep Course


Professional Development Meetings

04/10/2017 - An Evening of Shippensburg University SCM Student Projects



Central Penn Chapter 2016 Membership Contest

Ryan Sakers will be traveling to Washington DC in September, 2016

We are very proud to support Ryan in his trip to the APICS conference.  Ryan is new to the APICS family and in his short time as a member has been actively engaged with the Central Penn Chapter.  Highlights of his commitment include attending two CPIM certification review courses, attending PDMs, speaking to Shippensburg University students during the chapter's college networking event, and recommending APICS membership and certifications to two of his colleagues.

Thank you so much Ryan for your commitment to the APICS community.