In making the transition from student to successful professional, Bryant alumni have followed a variety of paths. Here are a few of their stories.
The demanding program sharpens participants' skills in teamwork, oral presentations and market research, and employers take notice.
This Economics-Public Policy major has a clear career path he hopes will ultimately prepare him for the highest office in the land.
Majoring in Business and Marketing helped Connor hone the skills that led to her success as a lawyer at one of the nation's largest, privately held real estate and insurance services companies.
Internships and a major in Politics and Law led Dumont to Wake Forest Law; he's now an associate in the firm's Commercial Finance practice group.
A keen sense of analysis and discipline, mastered as a student at Bryant, helps her succeed at the No. 4 law school in the country. Next stop: an international commercial law firm in Washington, D.C.
His path also was shaped by networking opportunities through Bryant Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization and the successes and failures as an entrepreneur.
The senior manager of global consumer marketing for Activision was recognized in the Marketing and Advertising category.
A Communication major, she notes that her honors capstone, "being well-rounded and having experiences outside of the classroom were key" to getting hired by Google.
Now a marketing strategy manager at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, Giardino says Bryant courses and faculty mentors helped him land a job with his dream employer.
He traces his success to a "diverse and dynamic course schedule" that focused on relational learning, and easy access to professors.
Interactions between faculty and students made Bryant stand out for this career changer who is now employed as a sourcing analyst for CVS Health.
Now a Human Resources Generalist at Sikorsky Aircraft, Gittens advocates mentorship and finds value in affinity networks.