Skip to main content
Main Penn College Website

Young nursing professionals network at ‘Sip and Snap’ event


Nursing's Oct. 8 "Sip and Snap" event provides an inviting venue for networking in Le Jeune Chef.Penn College’s Bachelor of Science Nursing Honor Society, in collaboration with UPMC Susquehanna and the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association, recently hosted a “Sip and Snap” event for young nursing professionals at Le Jeune Chef Restaurant. Participants had the opportunity to network, have their resumes reviewed by UPMC Susquehanna, gather interview tips and obtain a quality photograph for use on social media sites. Thirty-one nurses and students attended the event, which included a signature beverage and a Classical Cuisine buffet. The digital headshots were taken in the Thompson Professional Development Center by Mark W. Wilson, graphic design instructor, and graphic design students Luke A. Bierly, of Centre Hall, and Kennedy L. Englert, of Williamsport.
Photo by Duncan Rodriguez, a 2017 nursing alumnus

Comments

We’ll never share your email with anyone else.

Penn College welcomes comments that are on topic and civil. Read our full disclaimer.

Related Stories

From left: Luke A. Bierly, of Centre Hall; Alexis M. Botek, of Pottsville; and Brandon M. Wolff, of Effort, all seniors in Penn College’s graphic design major, pose with their design work honored in the national Flux Student Design Competition. Joseph N. Colyer (not in the photo), a 2018 graphic design graduate originally from Selinsgrove, earned “Best in Category UX/UI” for his Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance project created when we was a student. Alumni
Graphic design students, alumnus earn national awards
Read more
The Madigan Library (left) and Bush Campus Center will be hubs of activity during Penn College’s Spring 2019 Open House, an April 6 event highlighting the college’s unique educational mission and hands-on approach to learning. Alumni
Match your interests to your future at Spring Open House
Read more
Fifteen members of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s physical therapist assistant Class of 2018 have taken and passed the national physical therapy exam for physical therapists on their first attempt. Alumni
Charter class of Penn College PTAs excels on certification exam
Read more