A message on the end of the school year

Like everything does, the 2020-21 school year has come to a close. This has been a year that I am sure no one will forget. All year long, students and faculty alike battled the constant threat of Covid-19. At first it appeared that having classes face to face wouldn’t be the greatest idea. Thanks to everyone’s commitment to stopping the pandemic, we were able to have as much normalcy possible all while going through a global pandemic. For everyone who attends the University of St. Francis, and for all the other students and teachers out there; job well done.

This school year delivered more than Covid. For me, it was a year of firsts. As a student, I really dived more into my major and I am glad I did. I had the opportunity to work on a lot of cool projects, and step into new leadership positions. All of that work really helped expand my knowledge and I look forward to what’s left for my senior year next year. I also feel this year provided me, as well as countless others, the opportunity to reflect and make meaningful improvements to ourselves. Even though sitting through quarantine was unenjoyable at times, there was still some good that came out of it.

As we look forward to next year, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to keep writing these blogs. In the meantime, get some rest. You earned it. From everyone here at the Career Success Center at USF, we wish everyone a wonderful summer! We hope to see everyone recharged and ready to go come this August! Until then, you can stay up to date with us by checking out our new blogs all summer long!

This is Cosme Lozano signing off on another great school year!

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