As a graduate student in the Bryan School, we hope you will take advantage of the wide range of resources, programs, and personnel available to help you find your way here. Our vibrant campus offers countless ways for you to grow as an individual and reach your potential as a professional. Whether you study online or on campus, we hope you will embrace the opportunity to learn not just from your professor, but from your peers. Please reach out at any time for guidance or support. As a student now and as an alumnus in the future, we hope you will always stay connected to the Bryan School!
As a Bryan School Student, you have access to many people ready to help you develop your professional self. Megan Parker, Manager of Career and Professional Development for the Bryan School, focuses on the specific needs and professional goals of graduate students. Megan is here specifically to aid Bryan School Students with professional development, mock interviews, refining resumes, internship searches and career coaching. Contact Megan at email@example.com to set up an appointment.
Be sure to check out the schedule of events for the Bryan School’s Company Spotlights Series! Another great career resource to Bryan Students, these events are an excellent way to learn about organizations and available career or internship openings, as well as network with industry professionals.
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.
Eligible Students: Graduating baccalaureate and master’s level candidates (not doctoral or certificate students) for December 2019. Students may self-nominate.
Recognition Event: The Bryan School Graduation and Awards Ceremony will be held on May 8, 2020. Students will be invited to attend but they will receive the award from the Student Services office in December prior to the Universities Ceremony.
Check with your individual departments for deadlines and nominations.