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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...
ZIPD Business Conference to feature interview and hiring expert
Bloomsburg, a Commonwealth University, will host the Zeigler Institute for Professional Development (ZIPD) Business Conference Wednesday, Nov. 2, through Friday, Nov. 4. The ZIPD conference provides...
Improving Lives, Strengthening Partnerships
For a time, Jess Gombar '11 didn’t think she would consider Bloom as her college of choice. "My mom had gone to Bloom, so during my first campus visit, she kept telling me where 'her friends did this'...
Accounting grads add up for the state
If you thought that a state government office recruiting from the PA State System of Higher Education sounds like a common-sense solution to a staff shortage problem, you’d be right. Especially in an...
Finance major aids Children's Museum of Bloomsburg
Bryan Raynor's internship proved to be a big help to the local nonprofit organization.
BU to hold annual Zeigler Institute for Professional Development Business Conference
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.
Helping Huskies Fit Right In
Crystal Skotedis ‘03 began her career journey at BU as an undeclared student and full-time accountant for a local grocery store in 1997. Now, she helps other Huskies fit right in with the regional accounting firm, Boyer & Ritter, aggressively recruiting and transitioning new Husky grads to the firm