When Emily Dickey '00 stands in front of her classroom full of students, it's one of her LVC professors and the way he taught her that she tries to emulate.
LVC English majors pursue a range of careers, including journalism, education, publishing, law, digital media, arts administration, theater, advertising, public relations, and technical writing. Recent graduates are working as middle and high school English teachers, photo editors, web content associates, acquisitions editorial assistants, production assistants, social media marketing account managers, and in consumer relations for such firms as Oxford University Press, Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation, Bloomsburg Publishing, University of Maryland, Clark Associates Inc. (The WEBstaurant Store), IGI Global, Moving Targets, NBC10 WCAU, The Foundation for Enhancing Communities, The Hershey Company, and the United States Army.
In the past five years alone, English graduates have enrolled in post-baccalaureate programs at Cornell University, McGill University (Canada), New York Film Academy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Boston University, Lehigh University, Emerson College, University of Denver, University of Maryland, and University of Buffalo, among others. These graduates studied screenwriting, creative writing, public history, English literature, arts administration, literature and gender studies, English, theater education, public relations, publishing, and library science, among others, in these prestigious graduate schools.
High-impact experiences in leadership and community service at Lebanon Valley College gave Angie Magazino ’07 the opportunity to travel, get involved, and influence young minds.
Brian C. Hughes ’97 can certainly attest to the versatility of an English degree, as today he is an associate director in the Global Academic division of the Oxford University Press in New York City.