Levett Career Center dedication held May 5
The Levett Career Center officially opened after a dedication ceremony was held Friday, May 5, at Hendricks Hall.
Made possible through the generosity of Mark and Marabeth Ice Levett, The Levett Career Center provides a one-stop campus location for all students seeking career counseling, an internship or interview preparation. The group of student-support offices, housed within Hendricks Hall, includes staff members working with the Career Center, Business Scholars Program and Experiential Learning Center.
The ceremony featured remarks from the Levetts, both 1971 Hanover graduates, as well as President Lake Lambert, Diane Magary, a member of the Business Scholars Program faculty, senior Ashley Eden and junior Wes McKinney.
A reception and open house immediately followed the program.
Mark Levett is a retired executive with Cummins, Inc. He has served as chair of the College’s Board of Trustees since 2014. He joined the Hanover board in 1982 and was elected vice-chair in 1998.
The Levetts served as chairs of Hanover's Live Our Loyalty campaign, which raised nearly $55 million in a combination of cash and planned gifts from 2010 to 2014.
The couple resides in Columbus, Ind. They are the parents of three daughters: Amy, Megan and Jennifer, a 1994 Hanover graduate.