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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.
The dedication ceremony occurred before kickoff of the Huskies football game and was the center of Homecoming Weekend festivities to honor the generosity of Bloomsburg University’s most prolific donor.
Sonntag hopes that his "perfect opportunity" becomes the same for many other future Huskies with his contributions.
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.
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.
The internship program not only offers Geisinger the chance to see which students may be a good fit for the program, but it allows Huskies to have an edge when it comes time to move from student to professional. For Ken Roszel '81/'94M, it is a win-win. Not only does he get to guide students as their supervisor, but he also gets to stay in close contact with his alma mater and assist other Huskies in their first career move