The USC Marshall School of Business Food Industry Management (FIM) program was founded in 1958 and designed exclusively for grooming the industry’s high-potential future leaders. Each year, a maximum of 35 executives are chosen from a wide range of companies in the food industry to participate in this elite 16-week certificate program. Each executive accepted into the program receives a full-tuition scholarship from the Western Association of Food Chains (WAFC). Individuals selected must have a proven record of management accomplishments and significant potential for future advancement.
Taught by both faculty from the USC Marshall School of Business and relevant Food Industry “Subject Matter Experts,” this innovative program will enhance the participant’s business mindset while providing key knowledge and the latest strategic tools.
Using recent industry case studies and interactive group discussions, this program includes topics varying from leadership development, team building and management, marketing strategy, ethics, power and influence, as well as economic theory. Attendees will complete the program inspired and equipped to influence and inspire their organizations.
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At UMass Global 1) WAFC Retail Management Certificate Graduates, 2) WAFC partner employees, and 3) all their spouses and dependents have up to 20% reduction in tuition available. No essay to write or financial qualifications.
Prior college credits, up to 24 units for the RMC, and other learning may be transferred, reducing your time and cost to graduation. With learning options to meet your busy schedule (explained in this video) and support through to graduation, now is the time to make your education and career dreams a firstname.lastname@example.org, For more information, contact view the informational flyer, or WAFC grads click here, WAFC partners click here
WGU is designed for working adults who need a degree to boost their careers but can’t fit traditional schooling into their busy lives. For this reason, WAFC has chosen WGU as a key partner in educating their workforce.
The Western Association of Food Chains’ Getting Back to Business Scholarship is available exclusively to employees of WAFC partner companies who wish to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree from WGU. All WAFC Retail Management Certificate graduates receive additional tuition discounts.