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Chief Scott Fogel has made it a point to provide as authentic an experience as possible for each aspiring officer by melding hands-on experiences with their academic coursework and helping the student make an informed decision about their career path.
A first-of-its-kind program with Paychex, a provider of human resource, payroll, and benefits outsourcing services for small- to medium-sized businesses.
Gift will create the Kerby Confer Media Center for students.
Joseph Catanzaro ‘88 Came to Bloomsburg University by way of Huskies Baseball and found a niche in economics and financial planning. Now, he helps other student-athletes find theirs as an alumni presenter for the College of Liberal Arts and one of the many coordinators for the Baseball Professional Engagement Night.
Entering her first year of graduate school, the soon-to-be Master of Business Administration student knew an opportunity with the nation’s largest provider of educational travel experiences would be valuable.
This year's theme is "Resilience and Reinvention." Throughout the past 20 months of the COVID-19 pandemic, it's become evident that successful business professionals share several traits that correspond with "Resilience and Reinvention." These professionals have a vast network they can rely on during challenging times, are persistent in their pursuit of excellence, and can adapt to change.
Paul Grimes, Northeast Pennsylvania District Manager for The Sherwin-Williams Company, says that in all his years of campus recruiting, Huskies have always been (and have found) great fits with the company.
Nancy Edwards ’70 transferred to Bloomsburg State College in 1968 to follow her best friend to campus. She enjoyed her experience so much that fifty years later, she and her husband remain committed to Bloomsburg University and its students.
An internship in a fast-paced city featuring a broad range of marketing and communication opportunities was a top of the list for Katerin Rodriguez, the soon-to-be college graduate. But where to start?