Victor Ficarra, a senior business major at Penn State Brandywine, recently completed a remote internship with J.P. Morgan that reaffirmed his post-undergraduate goals and gave him the professional connections and experience needed to navigate his career path.
When Penn State Brandywine opened its first residence hall in August 2017, it was a milestone in the campus’ 53-year history. Four years later, hundreds of students have spent at least some time living in the 250-bed Orchard Hall, but at least half a dozen have resided there since it opened.
For Penn State alumna Dana Piatt, earning a bachelor of arts degree in psychology at the Brandywine campus was a key step to becoming an animal trainer and achieving a career dream she held since she was six years old.
From covering breaking news to writing obituaries, Lewistown Sentinel reporter and recent Penn State graduate Lexi Harpster is making good use of the skills she gained while earning her communications degree at Brandywine.
Penn State is focused on supporting students and helping them to meet their desired educational outcomes no matter the method of delivery, and advisers will be available to assist students in crafting their individual class schedules and curricula options.