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Computer science major codes for software powerhouse Siemens 

Commonwealth University students from the Bloomsburg campus are making an impact as interns at the national software powerhouse Siemens Digital Industries Software. Over the last three years, three...




From Sutliff Hall to the NFL, professional sales major will soon be on call for Commanders

Just minutes into the job interview Emma Fortune was sold on the Washington Commanders. Soon, she’ll be on the frontlines selling for them in preparation for the NFL season.


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...


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...


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...


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...


Education and liberal arts majors first to complete Playwork minor

Kristen Pelzer and Kayleigh Vo have made history. The two Bloomsburg University students, who are pursuing different majors in different academic colleges, are the first to complete the Playwork minor...


Ocean Life: Bloomsburg grad interns with marine research academy

Article originally appeared in the Juniata Sentinel, a weekly newspaper in Mifflintown, Juniata County, on March 9, 2022.


Finance major aids Children's Museum of Bloomsburg

Bryan Raynor's internship proved to be a big help to the local nonprofit organization.


Leading student learning

Janet Tomcavage's experience as a Husky propelled her into the leadership roles that now allow her to help fellow Huskies begin their professional climb.