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Expand Your Connections Through the LVC Global Network
02.04.14 |
The LVC Global Network is more than 16,000 strong and includes Lebanon Valley alumni, parents, and friends. Expand your connections through that network this year by attending an event sponsored by the Office of Alumni & Parent Engagement.

On Sunday, Feb. 9, LVC sports alumni, parents, and fans will gather for an evening with the Hershey Bears and LVC athletics. Meet and greet with current LVC coaches at Troegs Brewing Company, Hersheypark Drive at 3 p.m. to hear the latest news and highlights from this year's athletic season. Then enjoy 100-level group seating in section 113 at the Giant Center as the Hershey Bears take on the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins at 5 p.m.

If hockey isn't your thing, consider a night at the National Civil War Museum on Tuesday, Feb. 25. Special guest host Dr. James H. Broussard (pictured at right), professor of history, will discuss the American politics and conflicts that ultimately led to the Civil War. Share in the remembrance with fellow LVC alumni and current parents as you walk through the more than 24,000 piece collection of artifacts, manuscripts, and photographs from the American Civil War.

Are you on the hunt for a job? Update your online profile with a new professional portrait, courtesy of the Office of Alumni & Parent Engagement, and attend a networking reception on Wednesday, Mar. 12 in Mund College Center. Attendees will have the opportunity to have a professional portrait headshot taken and access to upload the photo directly to career and social media websites. Learn tips to make your online profile pages more professional and interesting to potential employers.

Finally, empower your life with the Spring Forward Series, where alumni experts will provide personal and career advice to help you advance in 2014. First, on Thursday, Mar. 20, learn "Investing 101" from Matthew Staub '10, vice president of Pilot Capital Management Inc, who will break down the basics of long-term investing, common pitfalls to avoid, and tools to achieve the biggest bang for your buck. On Thursday, Mar. 20, a panel of LVC alumni will discuss their experiences in nonprofit work and volunteering and how it has built their skill set, network, and resume.

For more information about these events or to register, visit

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