Alumni Mentorship and Bryant Support Network

Many of our 50,000 alumni give back to the University by offering insight and opportunities to current students and recent graduates.

Robin Warde

Director, Office of Alumni and Parent Engagement

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We're celebrating!

Thanks to the generosity of more than 24,000 donors, Bryant's historic capital campaign, Expanding the World of Opportunity: The Campaign for Bryant’s Bold Future, ended December 31, 2019, having raised  $111 million – more than triple the goal of the previous campaign and surpassing both its initial goal of $75 million and the stretch goal of $100 million. Read more here.

Giving the gift of mentorship

bryant graduates are successful: 99 percent of the class of 2017 was employed or in graduate school within six months. one way to enjoy similar success is to plan early and take advantage of the plentiful career planning resources available at bryant. this includes alumni mentorship.

三d丹东全图牛材网our active alumni network partners with the amica center for career education in many ways, from offering job shadowing and internship experiences to posting openings in their organizations. alumni mentors also offer graduate school advice, answer career-related questions, and share job-search strategies.

三d丹东全图牛材网this alumni-student mentoring happens online, on campus, and around the country at networking events.

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There's more support for you

you'll find so much support on campus. our dedicated faculty mentors and professional student affairs staff inspire students to excel at their full potential, and often stay in touch with their students long after graduation.

三d丹东全图牛材网the mentor match program, for example, connects college of arts and science students with faculty who have professional interests and experience in fields they'd like to explore, helping students to expand their horizons, discover new paths, and build key relationships.

mypath@bryant, a unique partnership between the amica center for career education and the undergraduate advising office, helps students make decisions about majors, minors, and career options. your mentors might be a fellow student, a faculty member, an academic advisor, or a bryant alumnus.