PCTI Global Logistics Students Win Big at Statewide Supply Chain Management Competition!

In an incredible unanimous decision from a panel of judges, students in Passaic County Technical Institute's (PCTI) School of Business Careers took first place in the second annual “Supply Chain Management Competition and Showcase”!

The New Jersey Department of Education and Rutgers Business School held their 2nd annual "Supply Chain Management Competition and Showcase" at Rutgers Business School in Piscataway and presented Global Logistics student teams from across the state with a collaborative challenge. Teams were given four weeks to create a scale drawing or graphical depiction of a warehouse design, which was then presented to an esteemed panel of judges.

At the end of the competition, five students from PCTI’s Global Logistics program of study within the School of Business Careers took home the top honor and were named this year’s “Champions of Supply Chain”!

“Congratulations to the winning team for receiving a unanimous victory and attaining this impressive recognition!” said Mohamed Khairullah, Supervisor of Instruction at PCTI. “Your hard work and dedication paid off, and we are incredibly proud of your achievement at the Showcase.”




Michelle Gonzalez (Clifton), Samiyah Goodwin (Passaic), Samantha Juarez (Paterson), Sharol Valdivia (Paterson), Emery Melendez (Passaic), and instructor Michael Galland