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Center for Enhanced Academic Experiences News

Lycoming College student receives full scholarship to study abroad in Ireland

Music and anthropology major, Birdie Hadfield ’24, became the first Lycoming College student to win a Fund for Education Abroad Scholarship (FEA) and full tuition scholarships to study ethnomusicology in Ireland.

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Abigail Traxler: ‘Invest’ing in a career through internship opportunity

While writing a paper for class about diversity in business, Abigail Traxler ’23 happened upon a program that promotes just that— women in finance.

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Pursuing careers with a focus on networking at Lycoming College

When asked about overall advice for students, Lycoming College Career Advisor Anne Landon replied, “Never underestimate the power of networking whether it be with a career advisor, professor, coach, college alumni, friend, or even family member.” 

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Lycoming College graduate creates part-time job, internship for student

Things look differently today than they did one year ago. With the COVID-19 pandemic, the world halted, and with it, opportunities such as internships fell through for many college students, one of them being Alexander Laubscher ’22. A helping hand from Anne Landon, career advisor with the Center for Enhanced Academic Experiences (CEAE), as well as a local alumnus, enabled the corporate communication major and graphic design minor to secure the experience he needed to build his resume.

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Lycoming College alumni network supports student employment

In a season when so many future plans have been put on hold, young graduates from Lycoming College continued moving forward, thanks to the connections made possible through the College’s Center for Enhanced Academic Experiences (CEAE). Although the COVID-19 pandemic delayed fulltime job offers for many young grads, in the summer of 2020, now-alumna Mackaella Goodwin began a fulltime position at New York Life Insurance Company following a successful corporate internship with the same company.

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Lycoming students intern with the Smithsonian Institution through new institutional partnership

As part of a newly-developed institutional partnership, three Lycoming students began their summers with an internship at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Katie de Melo ’19 (Tiverton, R.I.), Jazmin Jones ’20 (Gloversville, N.Y.), and Xiyue Yang ’20 (Beijing) each lived in Washington, D.C., and interned in various Smithsonian offices and museums from May 14-June 8.

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Lycoming hosts immersive business program for high school students

Lycoming College will welcome 1500+ high school students to campus for the 40th annual Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW). The College will host four sessions from July 1 through Aug. 4.

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Lycoming College students awarded scholarships for study abroad during spring semester 2018

Five Lycoming College students are preparing for new adventures to study abroad with opportunities secured through the College’s Center for Enhanced Academic Experiences (CEAE). The students will all participate in semester-long programs that will enable them to take classes abroad and receive credits that will count toward their degrees, while fully immersing themselves in a new culture, both academically and professionally.

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Lycoming College students travel to Washington, D.C., on networking trip

Lycoming College’s Center for Enhanced Academic Experiences (CEAE) this fall hosted a trip to the nation’s capital to expose selected students to networking events and the inner workings of government agencies as they consider internship opportunities and post-graduate pursuits. The trip included opportunities to engage with Lycoming alumni, as well as stops at a number of government agencies and landmarks.

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