The Career Ready Logistics Student of the Year Award recognises the students who have made the most progress towards a career in the logistics profession during and thanks to the Career Ready programme. We are looking for students who can inspire others to consider logistics careers with their stories.
Students can be nominated by their Coordinator, a member of their school/college Senior Management Team, Local Advisory Board or their Mentor.
The overall winner will be announced at the national Career Ready Awards Dinner in London on 2 April 2019. The overall winner will receive a cash prize and a plaque.
Nominated students must:
- be studying the Career Ready programme
- NB The student can be undertaking the programme at any centre
- have successfully completed at least a two week (or equivalent) logistics work placement
- have had an ongoing relationship with their mentor
- NB The mentor doesn’t have to be from the logistics profession
The Career Ready Logistics Student of the Year Award recognises the students who have made the most progress on their logistics career journey. As part of the nomination form, you will be asked to provide a written statement (500 words maximum) explaining how you think your student has made significant progress and shown commitment to a career in the logistics profession.
This is your chance to ensure your nominated student stands out. To do this, you could consider some of the following points in your statement:
What logistics career the student is aiming for and why he/she has chosen that career
How the Career Ready experience has impacted on his/her choice of career e.g. workplace visits, mentor, masterclasses, work experience etc.
Nomination and judging process
To nominate your student, please complete the online nomination form by 18 February 2019.
Any incomplete nominations or nominations received after that time will not be considered. All nominations will be acknowledged by email.
Those nominees selected to go forward to the national judging process will be invited to an on-line national judging interview in early March where they will be interviewed by a panel for approximately 30 minutes and asked to deliver a presentation – we suggest a maximum of six PowerPoint slides.
The decision of the judging panel will be final and there will be no appeal procedure.