They believed. They belonged.
Keystone alumni are impressive for many reasons. Throughout the years our alumni have not only achieved recognition across the United States but are known for their accomplishments around the world. Business professionals, writers, educators, and many other graduates in numerous occupations have proven that the value of a Keystone education is indeed a recipe for success.
After graduating from Keystone in 2019, Yaya recently returned to his native country to help young people as a youth counselor with Bethany Christian Services.
COVID-19 has disrupted the world of higher education. To address the issues caused by this global pandemic, Keystone College is launching its Futures Appeal.
Keystone College has introduced two new online platforms that should go a long way in helping students and alumni make key connections with potential employers.
2019 Alumni Awards
The Keystone College Alumni Association honored a group of distinguished alumni for their outstanding achievements during Homecoming and Family Weekend festivities. Pictured from left: Don Cadman ’77, Alumni Association president; Matthew Powell ’12, Young Alumnus of the Year; Don Jones ’73, Keystonian of the Year; Denny Coffinberger ’68, Keystonian of the Year; and Keystone College President Tracy Brundage, Ph.D. Not pictured: Charlotte Davis ’53, Distinguished Service to Keystone.
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“The faculty at Keystone is fantastic. They encourage you to set high goals for yourself and to be as creative as you possibly can.“
Where are they now?
Keystone alumni have done some wonderful things.
A former member of the Keystone Giants women’s volleyball team, Katie Scheuch is a physician’s assistant with Atlantic Emergency Associates in New Jersey. She credits the personal attention she received at Keystone for putting her on the path to success,
A former member of the Keystone Giants men’s soccer team, Abreham Kittel began his career in government as an intern with the late former State Rep Sid Kavulich and went on to work as a legislative assistant with Rep. Kyle Mullins. He is a research analyst with the Pennsylvania Senate in Harrisburg. Easy communication and a wealth of opportunities were the highlights of his Keystone career.
A former member of the Keystone Giants track and field team, Christian English is a graphic designer at Under Armor. He appreciated the professors at Keystone for helping him grow both as a student and a person.