About Politics at LVC

At LVC, you can focus on political systems of the U.S., international politics, and government institutions while getting hands-on experience through internships and research with faculty.

Participate in a European Union simulation in Washington, D.C., intern with legislators in the state capital, and prepare for the LSAT and law school with guidance from our faculty pre-law advisor. Our graduates have found jobs with government agencies, international organizations, and policy-related groups—one even became Pennsylvania’s 46th Governor, the Hon. Thomas W. Corbett, Esq. '71.

Many have gone on to some of the nation’s finest graduate programs and law schools, including William & Mary, University of Pittsburgh, and St. John’s University.

The History, Politics, and Global Studies host the second annual spring networking event this March

Looking Local: Public Engagement in Harrisburg & Beyond

Check out the second annual "Going Local: Politics in Harrisburg and Beyond" Networking Night. Students will have the opportunity to discover what it takes gain employment in the political and international field and navigate the challenges that come with first jobs. They will also be able to network with LVC alumni and learn about internship and job opportunities.

Why Politics at LVC?

  • Work side-by-side with faculty on research projects
  • Pursue internships, including the prestigious Pennsylvania Legislative Fellowship
  • Present papers at academic conferences and for departmental honors
  • Prepare for the LSAT and law school with guidance from our pre-law advisor
  • Go to Washington, D.C., every November for a European Union Simulation

Studying abroad in Spain really ignited my passion for living abroad and developing my understanding of the world. From that time, I knew my future would require linguistic diversity, international understanding, and business acumen.

Labour Migration Project Coordinator, International Organization for Migration, Geneva, Switzerland

Dustin Kerns ’09

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