The aspiration to help others is the foundation of LVC’s mission—and the basis for the career paths of many alumni, including Munyaradzi “Munya” Jakazi ’10, a program officer at World Learning in Washington, D.C.
When exploring colleges, Daymond Zweizig '21 noticed LVC’s low student-to-faculty ratio and strong job placement, which convinced him The Valley was the perfect place to pursue his interest in psychology.
Darryl Sweeper ’15 started his LVC career as a chemical engineering major, something he was unsure about during his first year. However, things quickly changed for Sweeper after a sporting accident that literally changed his life.
Noah Allegretta ’21, a psychology major, and Maya Cohen ’21, a biology major, share how the DiMatteo-Holsinger Internship Fund helped them complete important internships to boost their career experience.