Information for Bryant Students
Career planning is a lifelong process that is best started early. We have been recognized by Princeton Review as one of the country's top ten university career centers because of the comprehensive programs we offer to help you succeed.
BCC, the Bryant Career Connection, is our online system for jobs and internships, campus recruiting, career/job leads, events and more.
You'll need to attend or view a mandatory orientation for full access.
The Center offers a wide array of services, programs and resources to assist you with every aspect of your career development.
Take advantage of our services when you are ready to choose a major, discover your career goals, find an internship, prepare your search tools, learn about graduate school, interview for opportunities and much more.
We are committed to educating and empowering you to find your career path and build your skills and knowledge in preparation for making the transition from college student to new professional. Our services are offered to Bryant undergraduate and graduate students, and most services are available to alumni.
Gain the self-knowledge needed to create a successful career path for your future. We'll help you discover your unique interests and skills while learning about academic and career options.
Practical experience is an important component to professional development and learning. We offer three choices: not-for-credit internship assistance; 3-credit academic internship; and 6-15 credit practicum.
Each year hundreds of employers list opportunities with us for on-campus recruiting or off-campus resume referral. Find out how full-time seniors and master's candidates can access BCC and participate in recruiting.
Stand out in a crowd by using these tips, which cover such topics as writing resumes and cover letters, targeting employers, using social media, interviewing and salary negotiation.
Get resources for applying to graduate and professional programs. Learn about short-term options including fellowships and programs in volunteer service, teaching and travel.
These websites and guides can help you explore careers and majors, research employers, find job or internship opportunities, write a resume or cover letter, and dive deeper into other special topics.