Monday, February 27, 2017

Rick Jarman '73 hosts Supply Chain Management workshop

Attention Zeigler College of Business students! Don't miss the "Current Trends and Issues in Supply Chain Management" workshop on Wednesday, Mar. 1 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Hartline - Rm. 108.

Bloomsburg alumnus Rick Jarman '73, President and CEO of the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) located in Ann Arbor, Michigan will speak on the issues and trends in Supply Chain Management. He will also be covering the type of skills students need to succeed in their future careers in the workforce.

The NCMS is the largest cross-industry collaborative manufacturing research consortium in the United States and is devoted exclusively to manufacturing technologies, process and practices. Formed in 1986, the NCMS mission is focused on the development of strategic initiatives and programs aimed at sustaining and enhancing the global competitiveness of North American manufacturing.
This event is sponsored by the Nicholas J. Giuffre Center for Supply Chain Management.

RSVP on Husky Career Link
-Taylor Ziegler '17

Nursing Majors: Do you have a job lined up yet?

If you are a nursing major and have been looking for a job or internship for the summer, hurry to sign up for BU's Career Connections Expo on April 7! The Expo will be held at the Nelson Field House, and will be running from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More than 100 organizations will be recruiting Huskies to fill open positions for internships, full and part-time jobs! Here are just a few from the long list of employers who have expressed an interest in talking specifically to nursing majors: :
  • Geisinger Health System
  • Mutual of Omaha
  • ScribeAmerica
  • Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network
  • Albright Care Services
To see a full list of participating organizations and to sign up to attend, go to

-Taylor Ziegler '17

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Attention Human Services/Social Services Majors!

If you are a human services or social services major, hurry to sign up for BU's Career Connections Expo on April 7 at Nelson Field House, 10 AM to 2 PM. More than 100 organizations will be recruiting Huskies to fill open positions for internships, full and part-time jobs. About 30 are specifically looking to talk to student majoring in your field:
  • Abraxas Youth and Family Services
  • KidsPeace
  • Pennsylvania Department of Corrections
  • Your Loving Choices, Inc.
  • Geisinger Health System
To see a full list of participating organizations and to sign up to attend, go to
-Taylor Ziegler '17

Virtual Career Fair for People with Disabilities

This Virtual Career Fair on March 15 is FREE for students and alumni with disabilities to attend.

Great opportunity for College students & College grads with disabilities to meet online with employers across the nation including Deloitte, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Microsoft, POLITICO, PricewaterhouseCoopers, & More!

Students and alumni are invited to interact with employers via chat sessions.


  • Chat with employers across the nation
  • Public and private sector opportunities

Participate from the comfort of your home,
your dorm room or your favorite coffee shop!
  • Discuss careers and internships with multiple employers
  • End-to-end accessible technology platform

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Attention Audiology/Speech Pathology Majors!

Interested in finding an upcoming full-time or part-time position? Are you looking for a summer internship? Come out and visit the Career Connections Expo on April 7! There are a bunch of school districts and organizations looking to hire Bloomsburg University students with your major, including:

Baltimore County Public Schools
Chester County Recruiting Consortium
Mutual of Omaha
Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network

There are many organizations coming to our campus, in search of students like YOU. For more information on the Career Connections Expo, or to see the full list of employers attending, visit:

Register now on Husky Career Link!
-Taylor Ziegler '17

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Calling all Education Majors!

Are you planning on attending the upcoming Career Connections Expo on April 7? There are over 40 school districts and other organizations looking to specifically hire education majors for full-time, part-time positions and internships! Some of the school districts include:

Bering Strait School District
Hartford School District
Baltimore County Public Schools
Delaware Valley School District
St. Coletta of Greater Washington

That is just a short list of the many districts coming to recruit students like YOU! For more information on the Career Connections Expo, or to just see the list of employers and school districts coming, visit:

Interested in signing up? RSVP on Husky Career Link!
-Taylor Ziegler '17

Monday, February 20, 2017

The Ins and Outs of Interviewing

If you hope to land a job or internship or want to practice interviewing before BU's Career Connections Expo on April 7, take advantage of this virtual workshop:

Interviewing 101
When: Thurs. Feb. 23, 12:00 a.m. – 11:55 p.m.
Where: Online

Interviewing is a science and an art. Learn the nuts and bolts of interviewing and get a free Interviewing Toolkit for your own review! You
can practice your interviewing skills with the Mock Interview feature in Husky Career Link.
Instructions for accessing virtual session will be provided the DAY PRIOR to the event to all students who RSVP.

-Taylor Ziegler '17

Second chance: Learn how to decide on a major or career

If you missed the recent workshop on major and career exploration, I've got great news for you. You'll get another chance to attend this week. The Follow Your Passion: Major and Career Exploration workshop will be held again on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 5:30-6:30 p.m, Sutliff Rm. 106. Hurry to RSVP on Husky Career Link.

If you're still on the fence about picking a major or you aren't sure what kind of careers exist for graduates in your major, let a career coach help.

-Taylor Ziegler '17

Deadline to sign up for March Career Boot Camp

This is your last chance to attend the Career Intensive Boot Camp, March 3-5, Greenly Center, downtown Bloomsburg!

The deadline to sign up is Wednesday, Feb. 22 at

There are only a few spaces left so don't delay. This 2.5 day program will show you how to leverage your professional skills and experiences to be a competitive job candidate and successfully transition from student to professional. Great stuff for juniors and seniors.

Friday, February 17, 2017

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Sign up for bus to CPEC job fair closes Friday

Friday, Feb. 17, is the last day to sign up for the bus to Central PA Employer Consortium's (CPEC) annual job fair in Harrisburg. RSVP on Husky Career Link. Your $10 refundable deposit is due to the Center for Professional Development and Career Experience office by noon on Monday, Feb. 20.

The fair will be hosted on Feb. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel.


Visit this semester's Career Connections Expo!

April 7 - Career Connections Expo, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Nelson Field House.

All students in ALL MAJORS are urged to attend BU's spring Expo to meet with representatives of all industries who are looking to recruit capable and qualified applicants for full or part-time jobs, internships, job shadowing opportunities and graduate programs. Not ready for the job market yet? Attending the expo is a great way for students to learn about opportunities in your career field and to also practice chatting with recruiters. Online registration will open via Husky Career Link                                                     -Taylor Ziegler '17

Gain a professional edge through the Husky Summit

From participant to a presenter, senior Sarah Bartra has worked towards becoming a professional through the annual Husky Student Leadership Summit. Bartra, a dual communication studies and biological allied health major with a Spanish minor, is an active leader as vice president of Community Government Association (CGA).

Bartra first attended the Husky Summit her sophomore year and this year she will be presenting a panel alongside her fellow CGA student leaders. Besides having the honor to present, she wants to use all the tools available from the Center for Leadership and Engagement (CLE) and the Center for Professional Development and Career Experience (CPDCE) to students at the summit.

During her experience last year, Bartra had a more workable resume and utilized the networking and professional opportunities available at the summit. Being able to mock interview with alumni in her prospective field and receive their feedback was beneficial to Bartra. Networking with student leaders and BU alumni was also helpful. Last year's keynote speaker Hoan Do, motivational speaker from American Ninja Warrior, was a memorable moment for Bartra.

"His speech was energizing," Bartra says. "It set the tone for the rest of the day."

The 11th annual Husky Student Leadership Summit is Saturday, Feb. 25, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring BU alumni David Williams, president and CEO of the Make-A-Wish foundation, as the keynote speaker. To register, visit the Husky Student Leadership Summit portal on Husky Sync!

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

How to "WOW" an Employer

Are you planning on interviewing for an internship? Undergoing the job searching process? Planning to visit the upcoming Career Expo in April? Interviewing is a BIG aspect to think about when undergoing any of these three tasks. It is important to know how to leave your own personal mark on an employer you are interested in working for! Come to this workshop on Monday:

How to "WOW" an Employer
When: Monday, Feb. 20 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: McCormick - Rm 1303

Land your dream job by learning how to make a great first impression and market yourself as an excellent candidate employers want to hire!
RSVP on Husky Career Link

-Taylor Ziegler '17

Major/Career Decisions!

It is an ideal situation to get out of college in 4 years and begin working in your future career doing what you love. Aligning your perfect career path with who you are as a person and what you are most passionate about is key to having a successful future. If you are unsure of what the right major is for you, or your perfect career path, visit this workshop:

Follow your Passion: Major and Career Exploration workshop
Where: McCormick - Rm  3234 computer lab
When: Monday, Feb. 20 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.

Come and get concrete major/career suggestions or just visit this workshop to discuss options for your future, you never know what could be out there for you.
Don't forget to RSVP on Husky Career Link!

-Taylor Ziegler '17

Monday, February 13, 2017

Washington Center at Wednesday’s Open House

If you love politics, here is your opportunity to learn about doing an internship in the nation’s Capitol. A representative for The Washington Center will be at the “We Love Careers” Open House, SSC Atrium, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 10 AM to 2 PM. Stop by to learn more. The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars is an independent, nonprofit organization serving hundreds of colleges and universities by providing selected students challenging opportunities to work and learn in Washington, D.C. for academic credit.

Bloomsburg University students in nearly all majors are welcome to apply. The Open House, by the Center for Professional Development and Career Experience, is open to all students. Refreshments will be served.

-Taylor Ziegler '17

Friday, February 10, 2017

Build your LinkedIn Account with this Workshop!

Have you ever been interested in creating your own professional LinkedIn account? If you have been thinking about creating one for yourself but don't know where to begin, or even if you would like to strengthen your account, think about taking the LinkedIn Basics Workshop!

This will be a virtual workshop, taking place all day on Monday, Feb. 13 from 10 a.m. to 11:55 p.m.
Learn how to maximize LinkedIn to your advantage! The webinar recording will be accessible for 48 hours and the instructions for how to access this virtual session will be provided the DAY BEFORE the event to all RSVP's. So RSVP on Husky Career Link!

-Taylor Ziegler '17 

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Stop by the CPDCE "We Love Careers" Open House!

Trying to decide on a major? Need summer internship experience? Graduating in May but not sure how to conduct a job search?

Take a minute out of your day to visit the Student Service Center atrium on Wednesday, Feb. 15 anytime between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the Center for Professional Development and Career Experience "We Love Careers" Open House! Find out what resources are available right here on campus to help you. There will also be free refreshments!

-Taylor Ziegler '17

CPEC Job and Internship Fair

Gear up for the Central PA Employer Consortium's (CPEC) annual job fair in Harrisburg where you will be get the opportunity to connect with over 100 employers for all kinds of different industries! 

The fair will be hosted on Feb. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel.

For more information on this fair, visit http://www.cpec​.info/candidate​infoforfair.htm​l

Do not forget to reserve a seat on the bus leaving from Bloomsburg University to the fair in Camp Hill, PA! Reservations and RSVP's are on Husky Career Link by Feb.15.

-Taylor Ziegler '17

Monday, February 6, 2017

Companies interviewing on campus for internships!

The following organizations are recruiting BU students for upcoming internships. Interviewing will take place on campus. Hurry and sign up at Husky Career Link to get a spot!

Geisinger summer undergraduate IT internships

Deadline to apply is Feb. 19 for March 1 Interviews. Deadline to apply is March 12 for March 22 Interviews. Recommended for business and science and technology majors.

Find out more about these internships during an information session on Thursday, Feb. 9, at 3:00 PM, in Sutliff 214.  This information session will be presented by three BU alumni who are seeking interns for their departments at Geisinger.

The Clinical System/Data Analyst Internship at Geisinger Health System requires a major in information science, business, or other relevant analytical or data field.  The intern will be responsible for assisting with tasks related to project completion including analysis, testing, documentation, problem resolution, and implementation of solutions as they apply to the organization’s strategy.  The intern will need to demonstrate proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and the ability to manipulate data and files for analysis and other needs.

Also available are Data Analyst Internships with Geisinger Health Plan, which focus on ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) or BI (Business Intelligence), depending on interest.

Interested students should apply via Husky Career Link

PepsiCo to interview in February

Deadline to apply is Feb. 15 for Feb. 28 Interviews. Recommended for all majors.

PepsiCo is seeking students of all majors to apply for their Manufacturing Operations Internship (not for credit) by Feb. 15 for on-campus interviews on Feb. 28.  Opportunities are provided through varying assignments in Production, Warehouse, Maintenance, Quality, and Fleet Operations.  Interns will have access to a variety of operating models within the Beverages, Foods, and Corporate environments; meaning you could support power brands such as Tropicana, Gatorade, Quaker, and Frito Lay and still work within the same company!

Interested students should apply via Husky Career Link and follow instructions to apply to PepsiCo directly, as well.

The Children’s Place Going Places Internship Program

Recommended for business, mass communications and communication studies majors.

Through an alumnus connection, The Children’s Place is seeking BU students for their Going Places Internship Program in Secaucus, NJ.  As an intern at The Children's Place, rising undergraduate seniors will explore the retail industry, work with inspirational leaders & build on their skill set through a 10-week corporate paid internship.

Interns will get hands-on experience, learn from formal training sessions, participate in community service & present a group project to the leadership team at the end of the program.  Highlights of this program including being 30 minutes from NYC and 1PM early-out Fridays. 

For more information, please visit Husky Career Link or email your resume to:

Sanofi Industrial Operations Summer Internship – Swiftwater, PA

Sanofi is looking to recruit BU students to join BU alumni for their Industrial Operations Summer Internship Program located in Swiftwater, PA.  The intern will provide LMS (Learning Management Support), assist with administrative tasks, maintain and update training materials, participate in projects to create new training programs, and interview and with site Subject-Matter Experts to develop e-Learning for labs and production areas.

Qualifications include proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word), as well as majors in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Education, Human Resources, Digital Media, and Information Technology. 

For more information, visit Husky Career Link or

-Taylor Ziegler '17

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Registration open for Husky Student Leadership Summit

The 11th Annual Husky Student Leadership Summit will be held on Saturday, Feb. 25, from 9 AM – 4 PM in Kehr Union. Student registration is now open.

This FREE, day-long student leadership conference with BU alumni is sponsored by Alumni & Professional Engagement, Center for Leadership & Engagement (CLE) and the Community Government Association (CGA). 

To register for the Husky Student Leadership Summit that is open to all students: Visit the Husky Student Leadership Summit portal on Husky Sync found at

This year’s theme is “Leaders United.”  Keynote speaker this year is David Williams, President and CEO of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, shown at right. Williams is a 1981 graduate of BU's Accounting Department and he was a member of the Men’s Tennis Program during his undergraduate experience at Bloomsburg.  Throughout the conference, BU students are encouraged to attend:
  • Various CLE leadership certification program workshops
  • Roundtable discussions with BU alumni
  • The leadership networking luncheon and the Professional Development Resource Center, where they can get a professional LinkedIn head shot taken
Students can also engage in mock interviewing, get their resume reviewed, discuss post-grad opportunities and learn ways to present themselves as a leader and a rising professional.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Grant made dream of California internship come true

"I was offered the internship of a lifetime. Unfortunately, I didn’t have the funds I needed to take advantage of it and thought I would have to decline the offer. The internship was in California, and I had no way to pay for travel or a place to stay while I was there. I didn’t know what to do, so I reached out to my advisor. He told me about Professional Experience Grants, which are provided by support from donors. These grants are available to students like me who need help with covering the extra costs that are often associated with professional experience opportunities. Thanks to the generosity of donors, I was able to go to California and complete the internship. This opportunity has been one of the most meaningful and beneficial experiences of my life. It has led to a part-time job working in my field of study with a full-time job offer awaiting me after graduation."  Hakeem Thomas ’17

PEG deadline for summer experiences is March 30

Professional experience helps you apply what you are learning in the classroom, establish a professional network and obtain career experience in a workplace while earning your degree. Faculty mentored research or academic internships, study abroad, creative performance activities, service projects and attending a professional conference are all considered academic career experiences. These experiences allow you to get involved in your career path, learn about the world and work alongside colleagues and faculty mentors. To help offset some of the cost of participating in these experiences, Bloomsburg University offers the Professional U Professional Experience Grant.

All full-time degree students may apply for financial assistance. Applications are accepted any time, but must be received by March 30 for Summer 2017 experiences. Find application and details at