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The AWESOME/MIT Advancing Women through Education (AWE) Fellowships provide full tuition each year to one student entering the residential cohort and one student entering the blended cohort. These fellowships are offered by AWESOME (Achieving Women’s Excellence in Supply chain Operations, Management and Education) in partnership with the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics.
Applicants wishing to be considered for these awards will announce their candidacy in their admission application, and submit an additional video statement with their application. MIT SCM will evaluate all applications for each cohort, and a team from the AWESOME organization will select the full-tuition fellowship recipients from among the top three finalist candidates for each cohort (residential and blended).
The application cycle for the class of 2022 is open.
Note that the residential and blended program cohorts have different application forms and deadlines. Learn more about the SCM admissions timeline and application process.
MIT Supply Chain Management Program (SCM)
This intensive SCM master's provides a rich mix of leadership development, analytical training, and real-world problem solving through MIT CTL’s powerful industry and alumni networks.
The program prepares students to conceive, design, and operate complex systems, and equips them with proven sales and negotiation toolkits to lead in the global supply chain field.
Students work with corporate partners on real-world research projects, and benefit from a robust career services and recruiting program.
Katie Date, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics, announces the AWE Scholarship for women at the AWESOME Symposium in May 2018
2019 AWE fellowship winner Elizabeth Raman with honorable mentions Gabriela Lamas and Victoria Brown, and CTL's Katie Date at right.
2020 AWE Fellowship winner Namuun Purevdorj and honorable mention Jennie May received news of their awards in January 2020 at the MIT SCALE Research Expo event. L-R: MIT CTL Executive Director Chris Caplice; MIT CTL Manager of Corporate & SCALE Network Outreach Katie Date; Purevdorj; AWESOME Founder Ann Drake; MIT CTL Director Yossi Sheffi; May; and MIT SCM Program Director Josué Velazquez. Not pictured: AWE Fellowship honorable mention Pryanka Jarugumilli.