For Parents of Bryant Students
As Bryant's career education center, we are available to help your student develop a career path as early as freshman year. Our close ties with employers, postgraduate programs, faculty and alumni contribute to your student's success.
Greetings from the Amica Center for Career Education!
Chances are that you were aware of the reputation that Bryant University has in preparing its graduates to be competitive, whether they are heading into the job market or furthering their education in a graduate program. The Center provides your student with opportunities for career exploration, a comprehensive Academic Internship Program, a plethora of companies who participate in our recruiting program, and resources for applying to graduate schools. This success has been a hallmark of Bryant University, and we continue to maintain this success.
We invite you to become familiar with the comprehensive services that the Center offers by thoroughly exploring our website. We hope that we can be active partners with you in encouraging your student to participate in the career development process early on during his/her Bryant experience.
I invite you to stop by the next time you are on campus.
Judith Clare, Director
advice for parents
Creating a path toward a successful career can be a challenging yet exciting undertaking for your student.
How can you best support your student and help them succeed during their four years at Bryant? With encouragement, discussions about options, and awareness about opportunities that you and Bryant have to offer.
Services for students
The Amica Center for Career Education (Bryant’s career center) offers a wide array of services, programs and resources to assist your student with every aspect of career development.
We offer workshops, events and career fairs to help students find opportunities, explore careers and majors, and make connections.
We annually survey graduates in the six months following graduation regarding their plans.
Bryant is proud of its graduation success rate, with 98 percent of the Class of 2012 finding full-time employment or gaining acceptance to graduate school, and an overall median salary of $51,000.