lex Leclerc ’11 is on a quest to develop
Leclerc Foods, a family-owned snack pro-
duction company, into a global brand. To
achieve this lofty goal, he is studying at
the world-renown Hult International
Business School, where he enrolled
in shortly after graduating from Lycoming last May with a
degree in business administration.
At Hult, Leclerc is completing an intensive one-year
master’s program in international business. He chose the
school because of the rare opportunity to live and learn at
two of Hult’s five worldwide campuses. He began his stud-
ies in San Francisco and will gain additional knowledge
during a four-month rotation stop in Shanghai.
Those locations are a far cry from Lycoming’s central
Pennsylvania home. But Leclerc says the College provided
him with the perfect setting to earn a liberal arts education.
Lycoming allowed me to not only gain business knowl-
edge, but also to broaden my views on different world sub-
jects,” said Leclerc. “While attending Hult, which has over
different nationalities, I have to interact with many stu-
dents, each having different religious, political and social
Alex Leclerc ’11 is studying at the Hult International
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