BIT alumni speak about their job experiences on Nov. 9.

Forging ahead: BIT alumni share their career paths and reflections

While all the panelists earned degrees from SUNY Broome’s Business Information Technology programs, their paths took them in different directions. They all attributed their success to a few basic concepts: working hard and mastering needed skills, and fostering connections with others in their field from the very beginning.

Students in Haiti work on computers.

Global Service Learning in Career Courses: A Thank You to Haiti

SUNY Broome Professor Sandra Wright and her students in the Business Information Technology program have been working together as part of the Bridge to Haiti program to advance computer literacy for adults and children in Haiti. Together, they have not only contributed high quality lessons and necessary equipment, they have made a meaningful connection with students in Haiti.