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Winter Break Alumni & Student Career Night

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Bryant chapter.


Bryant prides itself in the support from alumni when it comes down to the importance of networking.  That is exactly why The Amica Center for Career Education and the office of Alumni Relations will be hosting three networking student career nights during this coming winter break.  We all know you’ve worked extra hard this past semester but don’t give up now, keep up your hard work all through winter break instead of just becoming a lazy college student!  

At any of these three nights you will be able to speak with alumni from a variety of career fields, learn about different jobs and careers, get advice on internship and job search strategies, and of course network!

You should definitely register before you leave for break so everything is set up!  Follow these steps to register:

  1. Go to MyBryant Portal
  2. Click on Banner
  3. Click on the Personal Information menu
  4. Select Amica Center Event Registration
  5. Choose your location!

5 easy steps and you will be all set to attend one of the networking student career nights.  You probably would like to know where these events are taking place, right?  Well I have that information too!

  • New York City, NY – January 9 (6:30-8:30pm)
  • Hartford, CT – January 15 (6:00-8:00pm)
  • Boston, MA – January 17 (6:00-8:00pm)

If you have any further questions, feel free to contact The Amica Center for Career Education (careers@bryant.edu) for more information!

Jessica is a senior at Bryant University where she is majoring in management and double minoring in marketing and communication.  She holds the position as Editor-In-Chief of Her Campus Bryant and was actually one of the first founding members!  Beyond Her Campus Bryant, she is the Vice President of the Bryant Marketing Association and a MyPath Mentor.  She loves working at the Amica Center for Career Education where she manages their marketing and social media efforts but also enjoys her time at the Hassenfeld Institute for Public Leadership and the school's bookstore. When at home in Connecticut, she loves to watch movies with her family, play with her dog, have bonfires with friends, sleepovers with her sister, and scrapbook! Jessica aspires to one day manage her own department of a fortune 500 company, or even run her own company with a little bit of writing on the side!  Upon graduating this coming May, she will jump-start her career at EMC as a Marketing Development Associate in the Marketing Development Program.