Graduate Success

After more than 25 years of training engineers, we have graduates working throughout the United States and beyond. They are employed in various aspects of the industry, often through connections made during their internships, including audio-visual design and integration, post-production, recording studios, record labels, publishing, live reinforcement, theater and show production, film and video, retail, radio and TV, sports, and more. Many have started their own businesses, attended law or business school, or even become certified to teach in high school.

Our graduates have been employed by Disney, ESPN, DreamWorks Animation, Cirque de Soleil, Respawn Entertainment, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Kimmel Center for Performing Arts, WITF, Anderson Audio, and many, many more.

Joe Joirle received his degree from Lebanon Valley College in music recording technology

A Career Lined with Music and LVC Alumni

From his high school band director to one of his first employers to his coworker at Tait Towers, LVC alums played key roles throughout Joe Jiorle’s life.

Tug Bressler works as a broadcast engineer after earning a music recording technology degree from LVC.

Q&A with Tug Bressler ’03: Chief Broadcast Engineer for PA’s Commonwealth Media Services

Tug Bressler ’03, chief broadcast engineer for Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Media Services, talked with us about his career and daily life managing the technology behind the state’s COVID-19 press briefings.

Ally Hepp graduated from Lebanon Valley College in audio and music production.

Internship Leads to Full-Time Job for Music Double Major

Ally Hepp ’19 graduated with two degrees and a full-time job waiting for her—all thanks to her experiences as president of Lebanon Valley College’s VALE Music Group student-run record label and two internships.

Lebanon Valley College graduate Joe Stolarick works at the New Orleans Jazz Museum

The Sound of Success

Along with his career at the New Orleans Jazz Museum, Joe Stolarick '08 is enjoying other opportunities related to music recording technology, live audio, and archival work.