Life After Lycoming

Featured Graduates

Tom Coale

Tom Coale

Class of 2003

Luis Hernandez

Luis Hernandez

Class of 2006

Jordan Hollander

Jordan Hollander

Class of 2010

Ashley Leech

Ashley Leech

Class of 2007

Tom Marino

Tom Marino

Class of 1985

Tom Vanaskie

Tom Vanaskie

Class of 1975

Political Science is an ideal choice for a broad liberal arts education. As a political science major, students hone the analytical, writing, speaking, and computer skills that employers look for. A degree in political science qualifies students for many different careers in private for-profit and nonprofit organizations as well as the public sector.

At Lycoming, majors in political science receive a broad education in topics related to American politics, World Politics and Legal Studies.

  • Law
  • Teaching
  • Journalism
  • Politics
  • Business
  • International Affairs
  • Public Administration
  • Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
  • Academia

Source: American Political Science Association

Alumni:

  • Thomas Coale - Goodell, DeVries, Leech & Dann, LLP; attended Georgetown University and received his Juris Doctor (JD) (interned with the Office of the Vice President of the United States)
  • Chelsea Trump - Masters at Rider University as part of a Clinical and Mental Health Counseling Program (interned for the A.E.S. Corporation)
  • Bradley Myhre - The Office of Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-7) (interned with The Office of Congressman Scott Garrett)
  • Ashley Leech - NGO in Africa; attended Oxford University and received her masters in African Studies (interned for the The Office of Senator Rick Santorum)
  • Aimee Snyder - The Office of Congressman Tom Marino (interned for the campaign to elect Dave Huffman to the State House and the Office of State Senator Gene Yaw)
  • Ashley Wislock - Journalism at the University of Memphis
  • Erin Walsh - Sheehan, Greene, Golderman and Jacques - Attorneys at Law; attended Albany Law School and received her Juris Doctor (JD)