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    WDSrx Advises New Supply Chain Degree Program at State College

    Palm Beach State College (PBSC) was founded in 1933 as the first public junior college in the state of Florida.  Today the institution enrolls nearly 49,000 students in over 100 programs.

    In response to a need demonstrated by industry, PBSC is offering a course of study in Supply Chain Management leading to an AAS degree.  A Certificate program is planned for the near future.

    Florida is a major logistics hub due to proximity to deepwater ports, airports and extensive rail and road infrastructure.  According to Kimberly Allen, Associate Dean of the Business and Computer Science Division overseeing the new program, “This curriculum positions students to gain valuable skills in logistics, transportation, distribution, procurement, inventory and management and boost their career and earning potential in this growing field.”

    As part of the PBSC Business Partnership Council, WDSrx is helping shape the coursework and guide the program to assure skills taught in the classroom match hiring needs of employers.  “WDSrx is proud to be associated with Palm Beach State College to promote logistics education and provide a pipeline of local candidates to feed the growing demand for qualified job applicants,” according to Larry Hotz, WDSrx Marketing Manager.

    For information about the Associate in Science degree in Supply Chain Management, contact Jenny Posadas, Program Director in the PBSC Department of Business and Computer Science at

    For further information contact WDSrx at or (561) 998-3885.

    Jenny Posadas of Palm Beach State College, WDSrx Marketing Manager Larry Hotz, Chris Flaschberger and Ryan Sahlbach of Walgreens participate in the information session for the new AAS degree in Supply Chain Management.

    Are any Controlled Substances (CII) included in your return? If so, please press "Yes" and complete the DEA 222 Request Form. You can also contact Jason Solomon at or (561) 998-3885 x316.