Christopher Guay, a senior engineering major at Penn State Brandywine, quickly understood the value of real-world experience and wasted no time pursuing part-time job opportunities in his field through employment search engines and networking. His search paid off.
The creation of another international program — this one in Mexico — will allow College of Education students to develop abilities in social responsibility and leadership in multicultural/multilingual contexts.
A passion for creativity and communicating with others is what drew Penn State Brandywine senior business major Lauren Burke to her internship at PrimePay, where she gained valuable workplace experience as the marketing and brand awareness intern.
This summer, students, faculty and staff can participate in communications workshops that cover topics such as open access, copyright and fair-use policies. The workshops, offered through Aug. 13, are coordinated by Ana Enriquez, scholarly communications outreach librarian, and will take place via Zoom and in various locations across Penn State's campuses.
Emily McQuigg, left, Madison Sedilko, second from left and Holly Pringle, far right, pose with the Nittany Lion before spring commencement at Penn State New Kensington. The three graduates will earn their associate degree in radiological sciences from the campus, which is one of only two campuses at the University offering the specialized and accredited degree program focusing on x-ray. A full gallery from Penn State New Kensington's spring commencement activities can be found on the campus Facebook page.