A Future Careers Expo will be held on Thursday, October 29th from 6 to 8:30 PM in the Kehr Union ballroom at Bloomsburg University.  Students and their parents are invited to join regional employers and educational institutions for a night of career exploration, free of charge.  Enjoy door prizes and light refreshments.  Pre-register at www.bloomu.edu/stem-careers to be eligible for door prizes.  Seniors who pre-register and attend the Expo with a completed Bloomsburg University application will have the application fee waived.  The expo is open to students in grades 7 to 12. Listed below is a partial list of career exhibitors:

 

Autoneum N.A.

Howard Organization

Bayada Home Health Care

Kawneer, An Alcoa Company

Benton Foundry

Maria Joseph

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

McCann School of Business

BU Business Education

Office of Vocational Rehabilitation

BU College of Education

PA Career Link

BU College of Science & Technology

PA Department of Conservation & Natural Resources

BU Department of Economics

Pennsylvania College of Technology

BU Digital Forensics

Philadelphia Federal Credit Union

BU Music Department – Audio Technology

Pik Rite, Inc.

Cheetah Chassis

PPL Electric Utilities

Columbia Montour Vo-Tech

Press Enterprise

Congressman Lou Barletta

Sekisui SPI

Edward Jones

SUN Area Vo-Tech

First Columbia Bank & Trust Co.

U.S. Gypsum

FNB Bank, NA

U.S. Navy

Geisinger Health System

Williamsport Army Reserve/U.S. Army

Girton Manufacturing

 

 

Additional presentations include ASSET Education, Bloomsburg University Career Development, and STEM Magnet Program.

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