Program Advisory Council
Quality, Value and Effectiveness through Collaboration
What is a Program Advisory Council?
Advisory Council members are a selection of exceptional leaders in their fields with a diversity of program-related experience and expertise, representing key stakeholders, i.e., Employers, Supply Chain Professionals, Students, and Academia.
Program advisors identify current and future industry trends and shifts in the skills and knowledge graduates need to meet employer requirements.
Committee members also assist in identifying industry resources, including guest speakers, field placement, co-op, and graduate employment opportunities.
Program Advisory Committee members are the key liaisons between BRASI and the program stakeholders.
PAC Roles and Responsibilities
- »Participate in Curriculum development and enhancement, including:
- » Learning Needs Survey
- » Trends and new development in supply chain and operations management
- »New topics and concepts
- »Exercises and interactive content
- »Participate in evaluation and update of assessment instruments.
- »Provide advice on the technological trends and changes in the industry.
- »Participate in quarterly AG meetings, in person or remotely
- »Review meeting minutes and provide feedback
»Why Join Program Advisory Council?
Program Advisory Committee members are key players in the future success of students and businesses.
Members benefit from serving on PAC through expansion of professional experience, networking with colleagues, and though leadership.
Members are featured on the BRASI website, showcasing their service to the advancement of learning and professional leadership.
»Criteria for Joining the PAC?
Membership is by invitation.
Members are required to enter into a confidentiality agreement with BRASI, in compliance with data security and non-compete provisions.
Affiliates are not required to sign a separate confidentiality agreement for PAC membership.
Respond to the invitation.
The PAC Coordinator will be glad to assist you with signing up and onboarding.