LVEP celebrates 33 years of successfully mentoring students in the Lebanon School District and providing a pathway to higher education. 67 students have graduated from Lebanon Valley College since 2000 with minimal-to-no debt, thanks to this partnership.
Investing in Our Future
LVEP features a unique mentorship program focused on the idea of further education and a clear path to get there, as well as skills and concepts that will help these students succeed throughout life. Each year, a new group of rising 8th graders are invited to join the program—students who are academically talented in the face of economic hardship. And each year, Lebanon Valley College awards several scholarships to students who meet the admission criteria and choose to enroll at LVC, making the cost of their education virtually tuition-free.
Since the Lebanon Valley Education Partnership began yielding high school graduates in 1996, it has experienced impressive success each year. We need your help to continue our growth. If you would like to support this life-altering program, please contact Evelyn Colón at 717-867-6325. For sponsorship information, contact Doug Yingst at 717-867-6228.
Sixty-seven LVEP students have graduated with their bachelor’s degree from LVC—at no cost to the student—since 2000. This is thanks in part to private charitable support and the annual Achievement Challenge Golf Tournament, supported by local businesses and volunteer leaders. For more information, contact Evelyn Colon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-867-6325.
- Lebanon Federal Credit Union
- Big Boy Farms
- Klick Lewis Chevrolet
- Metz Culinary Management
- Jared Odrick, former NFL Defensive End for the Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars and Lebanon High graduate
Miguel Rosario ’23, M’24 was a student at Lebanon Middle School when he was selected to participate in the Lebanon Valley Educational Partnership (LVEP), a program between LVC and the Lebanon School District.