Pathway to Logistics Program
The Information Decision Sciences Department and Leonard Transportation Center at California State University, San Bernardino are working in collaboration on the Pathway to Logistics Program. CSUSB, Cajon High School, Chaffey College and other educational partners have developed the Pathway to Logistics Program to engage local high school students in logistic industry careers. We are working hand-in-hand with Cajon High School administration, parents, and students to make this Pathway a great success. The goals are to grow the number of local students seeking a post-secondary education in logistics and transportation, and to place CSUSB in a greater support role of the logistics and transportation sector. Students will learn the skills and applications of information and decision technology, management systems that will support the transportation industry and business leadership. The program enables students to practice innovative and critical thinking skills as they develop solutions to authentic logistics problems businesses face locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally on a regular basis. The overall vision for the Pathway to Logistics is to develop a flexible logistics program to support industry, local students, and build the economy, creating greater livability in the region.
Get to Know the Current Pathway Leads
Department of Information Decision Sciences, CSUSB
The Department of Information & Decision Sciences (IDS) offers a variety of academic programs designed to prepare students for careers in Information Systems and Technology. The Leonard Transportation Center in collaboration with IDS have implemented the Pathway to Logistics to introduce middle school, high school, and community college students to careers in the Logistics and Transportation Industry. To learn more about the IDS Department, please visit their website.
Cajon High School
The Amazon Logistics and Business Management partnership with Cajon High School is designed to prepare high school students for potential careers in the field of Logistics and Business Management.
This program creates a clear pathway for future innovators and encourages students to become contributing members of the community. It enables students to practice critical skills as they develop the fundamental concepts of logistics such as information and decision technology, management systems that support industry partners, and business leadership. Students will be exposed to multiple opportunities in post-secondary, post diploma, certifications, and workforce internships and partnerships with Amazon, CSUSB, and Chaffey College.
Cajon High School Linked Learning Academies
Cajon High School offers a number of Linked Learning Academies. The goal of these Linked Learning Academies is to assist students, cradle to career, to acknowledge and capitalize on the promise embodied in their attained proficiency, skills, and knowledge required for college, career, civic, and economic success. The students will gain valuable attributes, knowledge, and skills that will better equip them for their future education and employment.
Please visit the Cajon High School Linked Learning website to learn more about each of the Academies offered.
The Supply Chain & Management Associate degree at Chaffey College gives students a clear pathway to earn a bachelor’s degree at CSUSB. In earning an Associate degree in Supply Chain & Management, students will gain a working knowledge of transportation, warehousing, and supply chain management in addition to the skills needed to efficiently operate a warehouse while also learning the skills necessary to qualify for careers such as first-line Logistics Supervisor, Global Trade and Logistics Analysts, and Supply Chain Operations Manager.
To learn more about Chaffey College's Supply Chain & Management degree, please visit their website.
The Logistics Management Program at regionally accredited Norco College offers both Certificates and Associate of Science Degrees. Norco also offers the convenience of 100% online courses, with no on-campus attendance required to complete their 18 unit Certificate. Areas of study include operations management in warehousing, transportation, purchasing, supply chain strategies, international logistics, service contracting and freight claims. Their goal is to prepare students for leadership in logistics operations, further professional study, and career growth. Their focus is collaborative and integrated business logistics management, necessities for cost effective high quality supply chains.
To learn more about Norco Colleges Logistics Management Program, please visit their website.
Get to Know the Industry Leaders in the Inland Empire
The Inland Empire (IE) is a mecca for the supply chain and logistics sector in the region with approximately 20,000 facilities, and by extension, the entire United States as goods are moved through this region from the Los Angeles Ports to places east. Within the IE’s supply chain and logistics sector, there is a highly diversified cluster of companies that offer direct and indirect goods and services to support the industry and its growth.
This sector is poised to grow continually and the demand for talent continues to increase. To learn more about these companies and the careers they offer, please visit the companies profile page.
Pathway Portal Login
For our Pathway subcommittee groups, we use the Alignment SBC portal to stay connected and share Pathway documents with one another. Pathway subcommittee members, to log in to your portal, please click here:
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