Name: Jeffrey Mazanec
Graduating Year: 1985
Mazanec was recently named Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the FBI’s Richmond Division. As the chief executive officer of an FBI field office, he oversees a staff of 200 who protect America.
At Liberty, he pursued a degree in liberal arts and history, which provided a foundation on which to build a career in law and government. While at Liberty Mazanec participated in an internship in Washington, D.C., which he said inspired him to public service.
Liberty University provides students a quality Christian education with over 350 programs of study, broad academic resources and a personalized 19:1 student-to-professor ratio.
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Liberty also prepares you for post-graduation success. Our resources and education provide you with the competitive edge you need after graduation. In addition to academic support and counseling centers, we now provide around-the-clock support through the online Career Center.
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The Global Studies program prepares students to build relationships and establish healthy careers in other cultures while developing an understanding of the particulars associated with living abroad. Students experience a taste of international life when they complete a required semester-long cultural immersion internship.
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