Sophomore Gets Involved in Community
Seth Albert, a native Floridian from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School majoring in hospitality, has taken every opportunity available to him at Lynn.
“I understand that the time I spend in college is very valuable, so I am trying to make the most out of my college experience,” said Albert. “ Also, I am in the 3.0 program, so my time at Lynn will be cut short.”
Albert participates in a wide range of programs and clubs. Albert is the student activities board director, a part of the Knights of the Roundtable, a member of Psi Chi, an admissions ambassador, a member of Project Civitas, a member of the Lynn Leadership Institute and a peer leader. During welcome weekend in August, Albert’s key piece of advice to his mentees was to take risks.
“[Don’t] be shy. Get out there!” said Albert. “I told them that college is the best time to just be yourself, find yourself, and become the person you were always meant to be.”
As the student activities board director, Albert aims to enhance the student experience in the best way possible. He ensures the student body is entertained and has many events to attend. Furthermore, this position has given him the opportunity to contribute to the Knights of the Roundtable, Lynn’s student government.
“As far as my role on KOR goes, I am eager to give the students a voice [to express] the changes they want to see on campus,” said Albert.
Recently, Albert was offered an internship with the Disney College Program.
“I am most excited to gain experience working for the most successful entertainment company in the world while making new friends and connections in my program,” said Albert. “Although I will really miss all my friends at Lynn, it will be a once in a lifetime experience.”
Albert feels at home at Lynn because of the tight-knit community and the presence of his brother and sister on-campus. Additionally, Albert’s mother Rita, a nurse at Lynn’s health center, is only a short walk away.
With only being a sophomore, Albert’s contributions to the Lynn community are truly impressive.