Linda Petrecca ’73 Mentors Students to Give Back
Since graduating from Lebanon Valley College, Linda Petrecca ’73 has climbed the business ladder of success and now mentors current LVC students as a way of giving back to the institution where her success began. Click to continue reading>>>

An LVC Study Abroad Pioneer: Kenneth Stoltz '72
With a director of study abroad to advise students every step of the way, seamless transference of financial aid and college credits through partnerships with international universities, and at least 13 countries to choose from each year, LVC makes studying abroad a relatively easy process. That was not necessarily the case for alumni such as Ken Stoltz ’72. Click to continue reading>>>

Alumna’s Investigative Report Up For News and Documentary Emmy
Alumna Natalia Antelava’s career in international journalism began during her junior year at LVC when she started freelancing for BBC. This 2002 graduate is now making a name for herself among journalists – she was nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Click to continue reading>>>

A Life-Changing Education
A first-generation college student who emigrated from the Dominican Republic 10 years ago, Luisa Perez ’12 was determined to succeed no matter what obstacle or challenge was placed in her way. On May 12, the first of her many goals will be checked off her list as she completes her bachelor’s degree from Lebanon Valley College. Click to continue reading>>>

Jan White '09 Hired Full-Time With the Atlanta Braves
Jan White ’09 landed her dream job when she was hired onto the staff of the Atlanta Braves in January 2012. After working as a VIP Ambassador on the team’s game day guest relations staff through the 2011 season, White was offered the chance to stay on with the team as a guest services trainee, making her a full-time, front office staff member. Click to continue reading>>>