Services for Students
Be part of our statistics: 99 percent of Bryant graduates are either employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. Start early, follow the four-year plan, get connected to our center.
BCC, the Bryant Career Connection, is your key to success. Connect to make an appointment with a career coach, to find jobs and internships, to participate in campus recruiting, for career/job leads, events and more.
Create your four-year plan
Planning for your future career starts freshman year.
Our services assist you with choosing a major, discovering your career goals, finding an internship, preparing your search tools, learning about graduate school, interviewing for opportunities, and much more. Become part of the 99 percent of Bryant students who found a job or attend graduate school within six months of graduation.
We look forward to assisting you during undergraduate and/or graduate studies at Bryant. Our services are also offered to you as a recent alum, up to five years after you graduate.
Gain the self-knowledge and industry outlook needed to create a successful career path for your future. We’ll help you discover your unique interests, skills, and values while learning about academic and career options.
Internships give you practical application and skills development in a professional setting. Ninety-one percent of all Bryant graduates complete at least one internship.
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.