About Benjamin Gordon and the Cambridge Capital Grant
Benjamin Gordon, the Founder and Managing Partner at Cambridge Capital, is a recognized leader in the field of supply chain management. With a rich history of investing in, advising, and building supply chain and technology companies, Benjamin has been associated with major firms like UPS, DHL, and others. His expertise and contributions to the industry are unparalleled.
In addition to his professional achievements, Benjamin is deeply committed to philanthropy and believes in giving back to the community. Understanding the challenges students face in pursuing higher education, especially with the rising costs, Benjamin established the Benjamin Gordon Cambridge Capital Grant. This merit-based grant aims to support undergraduate students in the United States, alleviating some of their tuition burdens.
The Grant’s Mission
The Benjamin Gordon Cambridge Capital Grant is designed to aid one undergraduate student seeking to lower their tuition costs. The $1000 award is merit-based and will be awarded to the student who pens a thoughtful essay addressing a specific topic related to supply chain management. The grant amount will be deposited directly into the winning student’s financial aid account.
Undergraduate freshmen, sophomores, or juniors attending an accredited college or university in the United States are invited to apply for the Benjamin Gordon Cambridge Capital grant.
Students are required to submit an essay of 700-800 words on the topic: “Name 10 supply chain management best practices for retail businesses in 2021. Elaborate on the importance of supply management with accurate data and industry examples to support your essay.”
All submissions must be sent via email to email@example.com. The essay should be attached as a WORD-DOC, and the email should include the student’s full name, contact number, mailing address, email address, anticipated graduation date, university name, current GPA, and a brief biography.