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Student Veterans- PSU-LV

Thank you to our students who have served.

Annual Food Drive to Benefit Sixth Street Shelter

Every November for the past several years, the Office of Student Affairs spearheads the Annual Penn State Lehigh Valley Thanksgiving Food Drive to benefit the Sixth Street Shelter in Allentown. This year our efforts will help feed 47 families residing at the shelter.

Scholarship Dinner Video celebrating students and thanks donors

Students, who have received scholarships, shared the impact scholarships have had on them, and donors shared the reasons behind why they give.

Penn State Eastern Region Career Expo & Networking Event

About 200 students from the eastern region campuses attended Penn State’s fifth annual Eastern Region Career Expo & Networking Event at Penn State Lehigh Valley’s campus in Center Valley on Oct. 17.

Book drive on campus benefiting THON and Reading Rocks!

St. Luke's Reading Rocks Program is supported by a book drive held by Penn State Lehigh Valley and Penn State Lehigh Valley Benefiting THON.

International Food and Entrepreneur Series: Machu Picchu Peruvian

Penn State Lehigh Valley faculty, staff and students visited Machu Picchu on Sept. 27 as part of the International Food and Entrepreneur Series. The next one is on Oct. 24 at Maza Middle Eastern Cuisine.

Dear Katie

Dear Katie, written and performed by Abby Kennedy, addresses domestic and relationship violence. This video was created as part of a grant from It's On Us PA.

Internship spotlight | Jason Shapiro

Sophomore Jason Shapiro discussed closely-knit campus at PSU-LV allowing him to turn his Air Force background into an internship, and eventually a part-time job at Lehigh Valley International Airport.

Internship Spotlight: Jason Shapiro

Sophomore Jason Shapiro talks about our closely-knit campus allowing him to turn his Air Force background into an internship, and eventually a part-time job at Lehigh Valley International Airport.

Internship spotlight | Jensen Vieczorek

Corporate Communication Senior, Jensen Vieczorek, was able to take all her experience in the classroom to her internship at PPL.

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