Alyssa Hammond

Director, Undergraduate Career Education and Outcomes

Alyssa Hammond

Alyssa Hammond is Director of Undergraduate Career Education and Outcomes at Bentley University and leads the Undergraduate Career Services team and and it’s efforts for advancing its career education curriculum and credit internship program (CDI courses), dedicated career advising and outcomes for all undergraduate students, technology innovation, student collaboration, social innovation, and marketing initiatives.

Hammond is a graduate of Syracuse University and New England School of Law and a bar certified attorney, and has worked as a career advisor and higher education administrator for more than 16 years. She has provided career advising and presented career-related classes, workshops and presentations to thousands of students through her work at Suffolk University, New England Law and Bentley University, and to professional organizations such as the National Association of Law Placement, the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Public Relations Global Network.   She is also a certified Strengths coach and conducts one on one and team coaching, large scale Strengths development programming, and has incorporated and implemented Strengths into the CDI 101 and 201 courses for first and second year students at Bentley.

Hammond has served as Vice President of Student Membership for Publicity Club of New England’s Board of Directors and has been a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the Ad Club, the Publicity Club of New England, and the Network of Executive Women. And last but not least, in her “spare time”, she is an adjunct professor for the Information Design and Corporate Communications Department here at Bentley, teaching IDCC 390 “The Business of Social Media”.

Hammond has been featured in U.S. News & World Report, the Chronicle of Higher Education, the Chicago Tribune, the Boston Herald, Boston Business Journal, Boston.com, BostonInno, and Business Insider for her career services and social media work.