Religious Studies

Jace Le Fevere

My hometown when I was a student was

Alma, MI

I graduated in

2019

I studied

Religious Studies and New Media Studies

I currently live in

Fort Wayne, IN

I am now

employed at Kelly Services, on assignment at Johnson and Johnson as a Web Content Administrator.

Since graduating from Alma

I started applying for jobs in the same city as my significant other is attending grad school. I soon gained employment with Kelly Services and was assigned to the web team at a child company of Johnson and Johnson. While gaining more experience in my career, I am also growing my own business, Javacado LLC., which I started as a senior at Alma College. This business helps fund my personal religious studies: new media projects. 

My Alma education

gave me a true competitive advantage in the early stages of my career. Studying both religion and new media in the context of a liberal arts education provided me with unique experiences that helped me stand out in my job hunt – enabling me to become employed quickly after graduation. 

My favorite place(s) on campus included

the Digital Media Commons where I both worked as a student employee and spent hours completing many projects. It became very homey! 

My favorite professors(s) included

Dr. Blanchard, who was not only an awesome professor to take a class with, but really went the extra mile as my academic advisor. Dr. Woolbright and Dr. Collamati were both great media professors and nice spiritual academic advisors who helped me finish my new media studies major. Dr. Cicci was an incredible professor to take a class with. Any class with him is guaranteed to give you modern day experience in whatever subject his class is in.

My most vivid/best memory of my time at Alma is

My best professional experience at Alma was studying a whole semester in Washington D.C., courtesy of the Venture Grant. My best social experience was meeting an exceptional group of people and founding our own fraternity, Alpha Pi Alpha, with a focus in love for all people.