Vania Hardy loves digital media. The LVC alumni landed herself a web development job. Hardy thanks LVC for teaching her valuable skills, just like the importance of collaboration.
Recent graduates have been hired as graphic artists, web designers, videographers, interactive media specialists, project managers, and marketing coordinators throughout the globe, including in Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, London, New York City, Orlando, Richmond, and San Diego. Several have even started their own businesses.
Graduates from the past three years work for companies such as Ahold USA, F6V Media, EGI, WEBstaurant Store, SAP, Webpage FX, Blue Triangle Technology, Steinman Communications, and Greenfish Labs.
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Kristin Nguyen ’10, associate director of global social media for Celgene [a biotechnology company], spends her days overseeing social media channels and overall presence from content strategy to campaign execution to analytics reporting.
Joe D’Angelo ’16 has made an impact at Lebanon Valley College through his undergraduate education, career, and now as head coach of the esports team.
Megan Schoch’s undergraduate degree in digital communications (DigiCOM) prepared her for success in her digital marketing career and provided her with important life skills.
JT's career has taken him across the ocean to London where he combines his love for digital media and travel.
Steve and Jill Whiskeyman have returned to their alma mater to teach a one-credit advertising agency course that gives students hands-on experience with real-world clients.
Using the skills learned at LVC, Scott Sutton '13 has launched his own motion graphics company with a portfolio of local and national clients including Bitcoin and Nike.