(Collegiate Chapter) Fosters professional development among marketing and other interested students. Promotes growth through a program which features interaction with practitioners from across the marketing spectrum. Local, regional, and national conferences provide educational, social, and competitive forums as well as networking opportunities with practitioners and marketing students from other campuses.
The purpose of the club is to create an active communication between all Bloomsburg students along with other students about Computer Forensics. We want to put our minds together and see what happens, it also to get an edge before graduating and learning and improving skills that need to be improved upon.
Seeks to bring together students in an environment that is conducive to the formal and informal exchange of ideas relating to the Exercise Sciences. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Furthers the understanding and appreciation of manual communication by educating and entertaining both hearing and deaf persons through interpretation and communication via sign language, facial expression, and body language. This is done through incorporating signing into songs, stories, and poems.
A national non-profit organization which strives to develop competent, aggressive business leaders. PBL develops character and keen skills through community service, business programs, (i.e. workshops, conferences, and guest speakers) and social events. PBL shall prepare students for useful citizenship and leadership in business, as well as on campus. Open to all majors.
Affiliate of the national Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). The PRSSA seeks to foster career opportunities through professional association and practical experience. Members participate in National conferences and conventions, are familiarized with industry information and provided with professional guidance through the help of speakers and presentations. Also create and coordinate annual promotional events, highlighting PR skills and communicating techniques.
Facilitates the involvement of students in the professional responsibilities of nursing by providing unity through planned social, educational, and service activities coordinated between the classes; enhancing communication between students, faculty, and administration; promoting the understanding of the nursing profession and enhancing personal and professional growth.