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Providing Students the "Proof" of Success
Cole Kresch ’16 spent his entire time at Bloomsburg University as an Environmental Geographical and Geological Sciences (EGGS) major. Then, shortly after graduation, he opened a photography studio. It...
Huskies Go All In During Giving Challenge, Provide more than $200K in Support
More than 650 Bloomsburg University Foundation (BUF) supporters went All-In to raise $216,977 for Bloomsburg students during the second annual Huskies All In Giving Challenge held from 8 a.m. Thursday...
Passing Along the Best in Teacher Preparation
Molly McCafferty ‘18 grew up with Bloom alumni as teachers. Now, she continues that tradition as an elementary teacher and a volunteer, encouraging and supporting her fellow Huskies as they work...
Recruiting the Huskies that Make a Difference
Seaford Area School District Director of Human Resources, Jason Cameron knows the value of a Bloom grad in the classroom, and he's been working to bring more Huskies to his district. After visiting...
Huskies find a great professional fit with professional sales and Tom James
Scott Hess '17 always knew he wanted to work in business, and now he is helping today's students do the same.
Huskies stay local with First Keystone Community Bank
Locally owned and operated since 1864 when it was established as the First National Bank of Berwick, First Keystone Community Bank has been dedicated to supporting the local economy of Columbia County...
Stability drives success for alum and fellow Huskies
As Kelsey Gallagher '12 has worked her way up the corporate ladder with Enterprise Holdings, she's done her best to bring fellow Huskies along on her climb. Gallagher was hired with Enterprise as a...
The "Business" of Health and Safety: Alumna shows business students the global side of analytical testing
Mariam Sarkessian '17 credits her many experiences as a Bloom student for her professional success with Eurofins and is now helping fellow Huskies begin their climb in the analytical testing industry...
Walking students through the roles of real life
Alum finds mutually beneficial relationship in volunteering, recruiting Huskies
Modeling the "signs" of professionalism
Anne Koch '15 gives back by organizing Immersion Weekend for ASL senior interpreting students.