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Lebanon Valley College students complete more than 20,000 hours of community service each year. Individuals, student clubs, and athletic teams volunteer on campus and throughout our local area.

Our new Dutchmen Serve article series highlights some of our student volunteers.

Learn more about getting involved by emailing Jen Liedtka, coordinator of service and volunteerism.

Brandon Roy serves at a food kitchen

Brandon Roy '20

After coming to Lebanon Valley College in fall 2016, Brandon Roy ’20 found his passion not only in his academics but also through participating in more than 100 hours of volunteer work.

Sarah Bruchey is a Lebanon Valley College student who volunteers in the campus community

Sarah Bruchey '20, M'21

New opportunities such as the president of Students Helping Seniors and chair of Colleges Against Cancer's Relay for Life helped Sarah earn LVC's Gold Sevice Award.

Sam Dardzinski ’22 gained many skills through his years of volunteer experience

Sam Dardzinski '22

Through years of volunteer experience, Sam Dardzinski ’22 gained many skills when it comes to dealing with people.

The different projects and organizations with which Nicole Flohr has volunteered have helped create new friendships and fostered existing relationships throughout her years at LVC.

Nicole Flohr ’20

Volunteering through LVC helped her get acclimated to her new community, especially since she was hours from home. The different projects and organizations with which she has volunteered have helped create new friendships and fostered existing relationships throughout her years at LVC.

Norene Miller ’21 service focuses on kids and provides additional experience toward her career.

Norene Miller ’21

For Norene Miller ’21, volunteering started out as a way to keep herself busy. Now, as an early childhood and special education major at Lebanon Valley College, much of Miller’s service focuses on kids and provides additional experience toward her career.

Allison Liu

Allison Liu '21

Allison Liu’s involvement in volunteerism extends all the way back to elementary school, where she helped family and friends to raise money for organizations through events such as bake sales.