Graduate Success

Our graduates have found jobs with government agencies, international organizations, and policy-related groups, and have gone on to some of the nation’s finest law schools and graduate programs. Notably, Pennsylvania’s 46th Governor is an LVC politics graduate. 

Graduates from the past five classes are attending graduate or law school at George Washington University (international education; policy analysis and evaluation), American University (international affairs), University of Baltimore (law), Widener University School of Law (law; environmental law), Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law (law), Drexel University (politics and international studies), and the University of San Francisco (international studies). Others are employed as a research associate (The Fairness Center), Dauphin County Coordinator (U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.), program associate (The Fund for American Studies, Washington, D.C.), executive director (York Ballet).

Flags were displayed along the pathways on the academic quad for the anniversary of 9/11

Dillon Streifeneder Selected as Executive Officer in Marine Corps

Thanks to the skills he developed at The Valley, Dillon Streifeneder was selected as an executive officer in the Marine Corps.

The Academic Quad at LVC is an essential part of campus that connects the academic buildings

Dylan Reed Affects Change Through Public Policy

Internships, time abroad, and other opportunities have led Dylan Reed ’13 to a successful career in public policy.

Amr Hassanein, a history major, is the third brother in his family to attend LVC

Hassanein Brothers Developing as Global Citizens

Haisam Hassanein ’14 enjoyed positive experiences at LVC that strongly influenced his two brothers, Wesam ’15 and Amr ’18 in their decisions to follow him to The Valley.

After graduating from the LVC Politics program, Lisa Burkholder traveled to Indonesia for her career

Lisa Burkholder '08 is Working Around the Globe

As Lisa Burkholder ’08 travels the world, her education at Lebanon Valley College has proved instrumental in deepening and expanding her worldview.

Marie Cusick, a french and politics double major at LVC, found success as a reporter after graduation

Making an Impact Over the Airwaves

Flexibility and variety of assignments means Marie Cusick ’08 not only enjoys her job as a reporter, but has also received numerous awards for her work.