Seniors, congratulations on completing your degree program at Penn State! You can be proud of this significant achievement, just as we are proud of you. Join us at Penn State Wilkes-Barre on May 8 to celebrate the Class of 2021!
As an engineering major and as the only female on the Penn State Wilkes-Barre men’s golf team this year, Mariah Tague is used to forging her own way toward her goals.
“I come from a lot of male-dominated sports so I’m fairly used to being a lone female or maybe having one other,” she said, noting that all her teammates and coach have been supportive of her.
The Future of Jobs Report 2020 from the World Economic Forum identified the top 10 in-demand skills of 2025, with innovation at the top of the list. Students at Penn State Wilkes-Barre can minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (ENTI) — one of the fastest growing minors within Penn State.
College student, campus leader, business owner, mom, and wife — these are the hats Cristina Orozco wears every day. The first-year student, an adult learner at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, has jumped into college with the same passion she shows for everything else in her life.
Amineh Al-Hawa chose her major and future career path largely because of the difficulties she witnessed her mother go through on her way to becoming an American citizen. A sophomore criminal justice major at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Al-Hawa hopes to work in immigration law.
After transitioning to University Park, Sean-Paul Williamson didn’t think he’d be graduating from Penn State Wilkes-Barre; unexpected family circumstances brought him back to the local campus, where he will complete his degree in May.
Ashley Tomeo always enjoyed “fixing stuff,” but things really connected for her during an information technology summer camp at Penn College of Technology.
She is now a sophomore majoring in Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State Wilkes-Barre.
Penn State Wilkes-Barre's corporate communication program offers students knowledge and practical experience in preparation for entering the job market. Autumn Resauit, a senior corporate communication student, is applying what she has learned in the classroom by helping a long-standing craft fair continue amid the pandemic.
Weekly meetings, leadership, and friendship are images that come to mind when thinking about campus clubs and organizations. The pandemic has modified, but not stopped, their activities.
By: Autumn Resault