Keith McClendon Scholarship Program
CLEP’s scholarship program was established in 2010 to provide financial support to students who demonstrate promise in their academic and professional Logistics Engineering accomplishments. It provides CLEP members and their families with resources to encourage further pursuit of Logistic Engineering education and help off-set tuition in times of financial need.
The Keith McClendon Scholarship is named in honor of Mr. Keith McClendon of Huntsville, Alabama. Keith was a devoted husband, father, co-worker and friend. His contributions to the United States Army Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) and to CLEP were numerous and unselfishly given.
For more information on CLEP’s Keith McClendon Scholarship program, please contact our Vice President Programs at [email protected].
Each year CLEP strives to award the Blanchard -Langford Award to a logistician who exemplifies professionalism and has made significant contributions to the field of Logistic Engineering. Previous recipients include Professor Ben Blanchard, John Langford, and Dr. Larry Crow. All of these individuals have a well-documented contribution to the Logistics Engineering profession. They have encouraged others in their endeavors to be valued members of the Life-cycle Engineering community.
If selected, this award will be presented during CLEP’s annual professional development event.
To nominate yourself or a colleague, please contact our Vice President Programs at [email protected] for application information.