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Career & Employment Information
* Students who will attending Bloomsburg University will be receiving an email from the university regarding potential work study employment in the financial aid office. Some of the duties will include: assisting students and parents with financial aid questions, filing and scanning documents, preparing mailings, and other general office duties. If interested, please be sure to check your email from Bloomsburg University and respond to the instructions.
* Sykes of Bloomsburg is looking for graduates looking for employment. Sykes provide digital marketing, customer service and technical support to some of the world’s most amazing brands. To schedule an interview, call Amber at 570-387-5603. Apply online at sykes.com/jobs/bloomsburg.
Bloomsburg University’s University Card Center is looking for good students who will be attending the University beginning Fall 2019 and are interested in beginning work study employment in the Card Center beginning in the summer 2019. Please see the information below if you are interested:
Job Title: Card Center Student Technician
Card Center Student Technicians are involved with the production of official Bloomsburg University issued ID cards and the management of the associated access control, food service and stored value systems that are integrated with the University ID card. Various office tasks such as answering phones, emails, filing paperwork and lock updates/maintenance are also included. Technicians must be able to communicate effectively with the entire University community, have an understanding of computers/technology and be able to follow detailed instructions. Applicants should be willing to work around their class schedule which may include mornings and evenings. Ability to work during semester breaks, winters and summers is a plus. Summer work includes preventative maintenance of the University’s card access locks which consists of battery replacement, updating lock programming and cleaning if necessary. Contact Jason Jeremiah at email@example.com for questions or to apply. No phone calls please.
Hours will be scheduled depending on class schedule and are typically between 10 – 15 hours per week with the maximum
being 20 hours when classes are in session. When classes are not in session, such as summer or winter break, students typically work between 15 – 30 hours per week with the maximum being 37.5 hours.
Students are required to remain in good standing with the University both academically and behaviorally and maintain a 2.25 GPA.
Evangelical Community Hospital sponsors a Healthcare Careers High School Internship Program during the 2019 summer for students completing their junior or senior year in high school and considering a career in healthcare. Students will complete 32 hours in the classroom and 40 hours of 1-on-1 interaction with healthcare professionals. The program begins June 24 and runs through July. Visit the hospital’s website to apply at www.evanhospital.com. DEADLINE: May 3, 2019.
The Epilepsy Association of Western and Central PA sponsors a camp each summer called Camp Frog. They are currently looking for camp counselors who are interested in working with special needs children from the ages of 8 to 17. The position is open to qualified graduating seniors who are at least 18 years of age. Applications are available in the guidance office and at www.eawcp.org.
Dyco, Inc. is today’s trusted designer, manufacturer and installer of specialized plastic container handling systems. They design, fabricate, assemble, program, and test equipment and conveyor systems in an automated 60,000 square foot facility headquartered in Bloomsburg, PA. They are currently looking for hardworking individuals! If you are interested in a job in this field, contact them at 570-752-2757 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.