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Elliot Kleckner ’18, M’19 received undergraduate degrees in economics and business administration before continuing on for his MBA degree.
Ret. Maj. Gen. Ross Plasterer ’57 joined the U.S. Marine Corps as an officer and had a storied career as a pilot, eventually reaching the rank of general.
The new, accelerated three-year program will enable successful students to earn an LVC bachelor's and University of London Law certificate.
Kelly Jacobs ’18 completed two internships and participated in other activities related to sustainability and the environment.
LVC welcomes Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, a world-renowned leadership coach and author of 35 books, including multiple bestsellers. Dr. Goldsmith will speak at a business symposium on Monday, Oct. 9.
Patrick Maxwell ’17 will receive mentoring and professional development in preparation for a career in the Foreign Service, along with financial support for his graduate studies.
Each year LVC business students assist area residents with their tax returns through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
Global business experience combined with her passion for teaching sparked Dr. Treva Clark to create the new international business major at LVC.
Patrick Maxwell '17 plans to enroll at Columbia University and pursue a master's degree in international affairs.
Rhys Watkins ’16 exceeded the expectations of both his high school and college instructors by becoming the College’s first quadruple major to graduate with three separate degrees.