Career and Professional Development

Undergraduate Students

The Bryan School has unique curricular and extracurricular professional development opportunities built into every year of the undergraduate experience. Throughout their academic career, students will engage in two programs: Bryan Gold and the Blueprint Series. These programs are designed to equip students with the employability skills that are most desired by employers. Students can also receive 1-on-1 career coaching through our partnership with UNCG’s Career & Professional Development.

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Graduate Students

As a Bryan School student, you have access to many people ready to help you develop your professional self. Megan Parker, Graduate Student Professional Development Specialist for the Bryan School, focuses on the specific needs and professional goals of graduate students. Megan is here specifically to aid Bryan School Graduate Students with professional development, mock interviews, refining resumes, internship searches, and career coaching.

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Resources

CareerShift

Research companies and build your network.

Handshake

Find internships and jobs.

InterviewStream

Practice your interview skills.

Spartans at Work (12Twenty)

Tell us about your new job.

Spotlights

Make connections that can open the door to your future career.

UNCG Career & Professional Development

Receive 1-on-1 career coaching.

Need Assistance?

Mr. Tyler Wiersma

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Professional Development
Bryan 393 t_wiersm@uncg.edu (336) 334-4923

Mr. Lasse Palomaki

Professional Development Specialist, Undergraduate
Bryan 301N lspaloma@uncg.edu 336-256-0092

Ms. Megan Parker

Graduate Student Professional Development Specialist
301P mkparker@uncg.edu (336)-256-0390

Student Organizations

UNCG has several student organizations offering social, educational, volunteer, and professional development activities. Student organizations are a great way to get involved with the campus and local communities, add to your resume, and build a stronger network. UNCG student organizations allow you to network with fellow students and community leaders, pursue new interests, and build leadership and career skills.

Explore the Bryan School’s Student Organizations