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We're #1 for jobs, Again! 

A NASA scientist, a former Governor of Pennsylvania, and an NCAA Division I basketball coach are just a few of the high profile alumni who have graduated from The Valley.

We’ll prepare you for a rewarding career and a meaningful life through research opportunities, competitive internships, and faculty mentoring. Lebanon Valley College was listed #1 in Pennsylvania in Zippia's "The Best College in Each State for Getting a Job 2019." The job placement rate for LVC graduates in that cohort was 95.63%, positioning LVC #4 among all colleges and universities in the United States. Zippia ranked LVC #1 in the nation in its 2018 listing.

Our students conduct research alongside faculty on cancer cells, mathematical theory, and Brazilian music

They complete internships and fellowships at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Pennsylvania State Capitol, Anderson Audio, and other companies large and small.

Our faculty will know you and guide you with assistance in preparing for graduate school interviews, writing reference letters, and sharing their personal networking connections.

 

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Launch Your Career

Want to start your senior year with a job offer already in hand? Our students often do! Our recent graduates are starting careers in education, business, psychology, politics, and other fields.

Graduate School

Go To Top Graduate Schools

Students are pursuing post-graduate degrees in neuroscience, physics, higher education, science and engineering, and others. They are enrolling at the University of Michigan, College of William & Mary, Rutgers University, and even a university in Spain.

Fulbright Scholars at LVC

Be Recognized

Ten Fulbright Scholars in the past four years, a Goldwater Scholar, a Pickering Fellow, and an NCAA Post-Graduate Scholar. Through these prestigious and competitive programs, aspirations are achieved and a new world of opportunity opens.

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Patrick Maxwell ’17

Patrick Maxwell ’17 named Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellow

Maxwell will benefit from mentoring and professional development in preparation for a career in the Foreign Service, along with financial support for graduate studies. He is LVC’s first Pickering Fellow.

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