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As of Feb. 14, the following students from Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, completed academic internships.

Allentown: Nicole Singer completed an internship with Allentown Area School District, Alizay Speight completed an internship with The Women’s Center, Inc..

Breinigsville: Lindsey Garnel completed an internship with Maria Joseph Continuing Care Community.

Fogelsville: Ryan Wieand completed an internship with Victory Sports & Fitness, Tyler Wiik completed an internship with Lehigh County Adult Probation and Parole.

Kempton: Deanna Dieterly completed an internship with Alicia Weaver Design.

New Tripoli: Robert Seyfried completed an internship with Transform Rehabilitation, Alexis Sohaney completed an internship with Hepatitis B Foundation, and John Stauffenberg completed an internship with Palm Beach Accountable Care Organization, LLC (PBACO).

Orefield: Daniel Pruzinsky completed an internship with CrossAmerica Partners, LP.

Schnecksville: Anna Horn completed an internship with ULINE.

A for-credit, academic internship must meet certain requirements set by academic departments and includes a formal agreement between the university and the internship site.

Students work with a site supervisor and faculty advisor throughout the internship, gaining hands-on learning and practical experience for their future career.

Bloomsburg University has established relationships with more than 2,000 companies across the United States, such as JP Morgan Chase & Co., Comcast, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, The Department of Homeland Security, FBI, Verizon, and the Walt Disney Company.

Internships are part of The Professional U experience at Bloomsburg University which connects students with alumni, employers, and opportunities that integrate academics with experiential learning.

Through professional development and career experiences, students build the skills and confidence necessary to impact their community and profession.