The Bryant Wall Street Council is an alliance of alumni, parents and friends bound by a single important goal: to increase the presence, impact, and reputation of Bryant University in the world's iconic financial center. Founded by Eric Bertrand '94, Nicholas Bohnsack '00, Nanette Buziak '93, Edward Fasano '94, and Stephen Tully '98, the Bryant Wall Street Council aims to:
Career enrichment - Bryant students aspiring to financial services careers gain professional insight, learn real-world skills, and make key contacts as they take part in internships, mentoring, job shadowing, and other experiences with Council members' firms.
Networking - Students and Council members become part of a powerful Bryant network that's tightly focused on the financial services industry. The network is an ideal forum for sharing ideas and connections.
Focused, high-profile events - Throughout the year, the Bryant Wall Street Council hosts events at Bryant and on Wall Street that give members the opportunity to engage with financial services leaders.
Joining the Bryant Wall Street Council is as simple as it is rewarding. Bryant alumni, parents and friends may join by making an annual gift of at least $1,000 to Bryant ($250 for alumni who have graduated in the past five years), and by offering job shadowing, mentoring, internships, or other support for students. Sign up for AlumniFire now to create your profile and list Wall Street Council under 'How can you help fellow Bulldogs'.
For more information contact Susan Detri-Souve, Regional Development Manager, at 401-232-6173 or email@example.com.
The Bryant Wall Street Council builds on the strength of the university's outstanding academic finance program and the many rewarding opportunities it offers inside and outside the classroom.
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The Bryant Wall Street Council was launched in the fall of 2014 with a straightforward goal: to increase the profile and impact of Bryant on Wall Street and throughout the financial services industry.
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President Ronald K. Machtley and the Wall Street Council hosted a reception and an address by keynote speaker Ron Insana, senior analyst for CNBC. Students and alumni were also in attendance.
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