2010 Operational Relationships

Romanian Evangelistic Medical Mission-REMM partnered with Bryan College to help develop a Bible church for people living in underprivileged conditions, including street people.

The Rotary Club of Chattanooga- the Chattanooga Rotary Club World Community Services Committee awarded two grants to fund the Bryan College CID programs. Funding was awarded for the Partnership for Families, Children and Adults to provide an audit and consultative services for three shelters for abused women and children in Bratislava, Slovakia. Funding was also awarded to bring three special education teachers from Trnava, Slovakia to Chattanooga to train at Signal Centers on the latest technology for special needs children.
Integra Venture- The founder and current board member of Integra assisted Bryan in organizing a series of meetings in Slovakia with NGO’s and local businesses to create educational project partnerships with the Bryan CID.
Partnership for Families, Children and Adults – Bryan College and the Partnership partnered for the second consecutive year in organizing a program with a representative from Scotland Yard to discuss issues related to human trafficking that impact the Chattanooga area. February 2010
Professionals International- Partnered with the Bryan College Center for International Development to organize internships for Bryan MBA students in Brno, Czech Republic. The internships were constructed on the basis of mutual sharing of information to highlight both American and Czech perspectives of business operations.  April 2010
University of Tennessee of Chattanooga, Department of Economics – Bryan College and U.T. Chattanooga teamed up for the sixth consecutive year to offer the Decosimo Lecture Series on Global Business. The Decosimo lectures focus on presentations from individuals who have experienced high levels of success and/or have significant knowledge about the realm of international business. The series, in its six year history, has featured speakers from the United States, Romania, Slovakia and England.