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Lifelong dream fulfilled through IronPigs internship

Chaperoning the first pitch ceremony. Showing off the arm in a mid-inning koozie toss. Assisting with an on-the-field hula hoop game. Dawning a costume for the late-game pork race. And that’s just one...

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CASSH Con 2022

Careers in Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities Thursday and Friday, Oct. 6 and 7 CASSH Con is designed to offer students within the College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities two days of...

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Professional sales major solidifies career path with summer internship

From classroom to internship to job opportunity. It’s a script for Commonwealth University’s Professional U promise, and a path Celeste Rivas is well on her way to complete. The senior Bloomsburg...

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Marketing major collaborates with mayor at hockey internship 

BLOOMSBURG — When Anthony Zola attended the Philadelphia 76ers Sports and Entertainment Career Fair in March, he knew it was going to be difficult to stand out in the crowd of job and internship...

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Tapping the Pack's Potential

Jessie Lee ’20 didn’t have the smoothest of transitions from college student to confident professional. She struggled to find her niche in the business college and found it challenging to move out of...

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Alumni pair leverage homegrown grit to tackle law school

Competing with an underdog, small school mindset is nothing new for Nick McGuire and Siena Cerra, who each successfully did so as NCAA Division II student-athletes at Bloomsburg University. That...

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Home is where the Huskies are

Even after graduating with her MBA and moving a state away, Angela DiPasquale '20/'21M hasn’t left Bloom.

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Husky hires hit the target with TBP Converting

David Schur ’04 still remembers his first walk to the campus library at Bloomsburg University. That moment began a near lifetime of feeling welcome and wanted.

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Changing perceptions about corrections

Husky Career Road Trips have been valuable for students to gain first-hand experience of day-to-day life in specific industries.

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Pride and Polish

Todd Argenziano '89 is proud of the Alumni Association's work to help add "professional polish" to current students.

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