Bryan University is proud to announce that we have been invited to join the Future Talent Council (FTC). Founded in 1988, FTC has consistently aimed to help improve communication between students and employers. The seed that was planted by an aspiring MBA student 35 years ago has now grown into a vision for what FTC is today.
FTC is now known as a global think tank and talent intelligence community that aims to bring together employers, educators, and policymakers to rethink the future of work, policy, and education. FTC’s purpose is to help improve human capability and opportunity around the world. They aim to accomplish this by connecting leaders and providing and generating up-to-date, relevant insights, and unfiltered advice.
With the support of BU’s president, Eric Evans, Dr. Cecil Broadnax, the Director of Workforce Development & Career Services, now represents BU in the Future Talent Council. “There are a wide variety of values of FTC that resonate with what BU stands for: education and innovation, human development, workforce planning, and much more,” said Dr. Broadnax. “In only three meetings, FTC and I have already identified a few major initiatives that fit. First, the Employer Education Alliance, and second, the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion working group. FTC and I are interested in leadership roles in both working groups, which would allow me to be proactive, create, and quickly increase awareness of BU.”
At Bryan University, we pride ourselves in living our core values, much like FTC. This union shows nothing but promise for the future of BU. We thank Dr. Broadnax for proudly representing our institution.
To learn more about Bryan University’s mission, culture, and career opportunities, please visit our careers page.