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More than 100 Susquehanna alumni returned to campus this month for the annual student-alumni networking conference known as Break Through ... to life after graduation. From speed networking sessions to panelists offering career and "life" tips, students enjoyed connecting with and learning from alumni in a wide range of professions.

Alumni in STEM Fields Share Challenges and Rewards of Their Professions

Alumni in a variety of science, technology, engineering and math fields shared their experiences with Susquehanna students at Break Through 2018.

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Lois Heckler ’94 Lander
Sam Berger
Recent Economics Graduate Serves NYC Taxpayers

As a budget analyst in New York City’s Office of Management and Budget, Sam Berger ’15 takes his job seriously ensuring city agencies spend within their means.

Faculty Mentor Inspires Museum Career

As a history major, Amy Bischof ’95 worked for a professor who inspired her career as a museum curator at The Hershey Story.

Internship Leads to Job at Wolf Trap Performing Arts Center

Wanting to explore new areas of the country and careers "beyond the more obvious choices," Lauren Flynn '14 took an internship at Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts outside Washington, D.C.

Well-Rounded Skill Sets, Go-Getter Attitudes Count in the Job Market

Alumni panelists in the public relations, advertising and marketing fields emphasized the importance of being well-rounded with a variety of skill sets at Break Through 2018.

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Jason Mammen