Bryan Gross and Myra Quick talk college grads and entering the workforce
Bryan Gross, VP for Enrollment Management and Marketing at Western New England University, and Myra Quick, Founder and CEO of Fast Forward Learning and Development and the creator of the Mastermind Program Crosswalk Coalition, talk about student readiness when it comes to heading out into the real world and getting their first jobs. Do students have the core competencies needed that employers are looking for? Are students really getting the ROI on their tuition dollars to get them a job in their related fields?
Bryan Gross currently serves as the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing at Western New England University. He is also a member of the Board of Directors for the American International Recruitment Council where he serves as chair of the membership committee. At Western New England University he is a member of the President’s Cabinet and the chair of the University’s Enrollment Management Committee. Bryan is passionate about the strategic value of aligning a University’s admissions, financial aid leveraging and marketing strategies in order to produce optimal results in today’s competitive enrollment marketplace.
His prior positions have been as the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management at St. John’s University in New York City and as the Associate Vice President for Admissions at the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, CT.
He has also presented multiple times at regional and national NACAC and NAFSA conferences on topics related to best practices in domestic and international recruitment and new approaches in digital and social media marketing.