'Bryan Built'

Mark Rairigh, left, Bryan City Schools superintendent, and Amy Miller, executive director of the Bryan Area Foundation, are two local community leaders who are spearheading the “Bryan Built” initiative. “Bryan Built” is a collaboration by Bryan community leaders to connect Bryan High School graduates with career and job opportunities in the Bryan area.

It’s called “Bryan Built,” and it’s a collaboration between community leaders, the Bryan Area Foundation and Bryan City Schools to connect Bryan High School graduates with career and job opportunities in the area.

Many times, BHS graduates leave for college or job opportunities outside the Bryan area, and don’t come back. The Bryan Built initiative seeks to target those college kids, or anyone who has graduated from Bryan in the 18-25 age category, and connect them with career and job opportunities in Bryan.

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