Bryman Institute

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Bryman Institute is now Everest Institute, a system of for-profit colleges in the United States, with campuses in Brighton, Massachusetts, Chelsea, Massachusetts, Eagan, Minnesota, Gahanna, Ohio, and South Plainfield, New Jersey.

The institute was started in the 1960s and then expanded to different locations. Everest offers courses and training in fields such as Medical and Dental Assisting as well as Medical Administrative Assisting. The courses take about nine months to complete. It is a career college, with both classes on its campuses as well as on-line classes.

The schools are owned by Corinthian Colleges, Inc., which also owns the similarly named Everest College system.

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Coordinates: 33°41′46″N 117°51′59″W / 33.69611°N 117.86639°W / 33.69611; -117.86639