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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?
Dylan Kraus was eager to get a taste of the financial world, not waiting until his senior year at Bloomsburg University before landing an internship with one of Pennsylvania’s leading community banks.
Fortunately for current students, B.U. grads have left such an impression on accounting firm, Baker Tilly that the firm continues to expand its hiring of Huskies.
Sonntag hopes that his "perfect opportunity" becomes the same for many other future Huskies with his contributions.
Landing that preferred internship with opportunities aligned to a clear career path tied to your college major isn’t as easy as one would think. Add in a second major, and the task is twice as challenging.
Heading into her senior year, Kendyl Swank wanted to have her next steps after Bloomsburg University more firmly mapped out.
After earning both a B.A. in anthropology from BU in 2008 and later an M.A. from the University of South Florida in applied anthropology, Mael has returned to Bloomsburg as President/CEO of United Way of Columbia and Montour Counties & Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way. She now oversees how the organization identifies and assists with the needs of the community. She also hires Huskies.
It’s been a big year for Serenity Vidot’s research looking into how the speech-language pathology field can overcome its disparities in access to services for students of color. Her collaborative work...
While it may have taken a few extra years, Ed Coar found his niche at Bloomsburg State College. After a professional career that included 24 years as a county planning director, he is helping fellow Huskies find their niche, too.
Dyco, Inc. has been a regular recruiter on the BU campus for many years. And as a representative of the company, Aaron Russell '14 now assists with bringing even more Huskies into the company fold.