In making the transition from student to successful professional, Bryant alumni have followed a variety of paths. Here are a few of their stories.
She helped develop and run the Innovate Elevate Youth Conference in Zimbabwe, aimed at helping young adults build stronger communities.
Using hard-earned practical business wisdom, analytics, and skills honed as a Finance major, he launched Pillars, a drinkable Greek yogurt company.
Nearly a dozen Bryant alumni work for the tech giant, where a devotion to innovation is a key element to success in the Google culture.
CVS Women's Success Network, College of Arts and Sciences Mentor Match with faculty, Alumnifire each provide unique postgraduate advantages.
Bryant’s IB program "gave me a strong base in all parts of business, which made me a stronger competitor for the program.”
“I like to be creative, and marketing is such a broad field. ... You can go in so many directions,” says Messina, whose coursework, internships helped land her a marketing assistant position.
Recently named to the Forbes "30 Under 30" list, this tech entrepreneur draws lessons from his Bulldog football years. "Team unity is crucial," he says.
You can turn unexpected news into surprising opportunities, says the four-year varsity swimmer who concentrated in finance and marketing.
Now regional manager for Medtronic, the former president of Multicultural Student Union, Intercultural Center, and football team captain takes pride in building team players.
Now an applications engineer, she was inspired "to try different aspects of science" as she worked with her faculty mentor, environmental engineer and Assoc. Prof. Dan McNally.
Taking part in the PwC xTax Competition and four internships helped him narrow his career field and led to his job as international tax associate at PwC.
A financial analyst at The Hartford, her IB (Finance) major and concentration in French helped her land a spot in leadership development program's Middle Market International Finance rotation.