In making the transition from student to successful professional, Bryant alumni have followed a variety of paths. Here are a few of their stories.
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.
Now Research Director for the Michigan Republican Party, he says faculty mentors inspired him to "challenge myself to see something differently."
When she first came to Bryant, she had never traveled outside of the U.S. Today, she lives in Singapore and works with people throughout Asia.
Strong presentation skills and experience with team-based projects helped this CIS major land a job by the end of fall semester her senior year.
Knowing no one as a first-year, she jumped into campus life, grew as a leader, and so impressed Target execs during an internship that she was offered a full-time job junior year.
Leadership opportunities and SIE transformed a "totally lost" teen into a confident grad who will begin her career as a Cigna benefit analyst.
His Archway Investment Fund course work and experiences with the Bryant Finance Association and Bryant Ventures land him a position with EMC.
Graduating with a degree in Communication, she's heading to Liberty Mutual Insurance's human resources department.
The program offered "the single most impactful experience I had while at Bryant," one panelist says. "It was a huge differentiator when interviewing."
Now an analyst at a leading nonprofit advisory firm, she's helping to build a new global industry in the fields of Pay for Success and Social Impact Bonds.