“This means the chance to be successful.”

My name is Levar Francis.

Q: Where are you from?

A: I am from Brooklyn, New York.

Q: Can you tell us a little bit more about what your plan is to study in college and what your goals are career wise?

A: I plan on studying International Studies at City College of New York and hopefully I want to go into law afterwards.

Q: What is your affiliation with ALB PC?

A: I was a high school intern last year.

Q: What skills did you learn interning at ALB PC?

A: I learned how to work with different people and little things that you should know if you are working in an office like how to do copies and filing and stuff like that.

Q: So you did a lot of administrative work?

A: Yes.

Q: Did you ever go beyond that, did you do some creative work or maybe some research?

A: There was some research, there was some creative work like, especially with the holiday gifts, that was a fun project.

Q: Great. And did you get to work on that with other interns?

A: I worked on that with one high school intern and a few other interns.

Q: Who did you work with mostly while interning here?

A: I worked mostly with the paralegals.

Q: And can you tell us how this would help you be successful in the future?

A: I think this will help me be successful in the future just by giving me the experience of working in an office. So I will go in the real world and be ready to you need to do this and you need to do that in an office.

Q: What skills did you learn here that you are already utilizing in your every day life?

A: Organization skills, you have to be really, really organized.

Q: And you recently won the Raymond “Hap” Scholarship, right. Can you tell us a little bit about how this will affect your life?

A: I feel like it is one of the best things that could happen, because I really, really want to go to college and that just helps me further my college career.

Q: And do you think you wouldn’t have the same college experience that you planned on having if it wasn’t for this scholarship?

A: I think so, most definitely.

Q: And how do you think this scholarship will help you be more successful in college?

A: I can put more time and effort into my studies while having this scholarship, because if I didn’t have it, I would have to spend more time working and try to pay for school.

Q: Can you tell us what getting the Raymond “Hap” scholarship means to you?

A: It means the chance to be successful and to be one of the people from my family to have college degree.

Q: And do you have any comments for future interns here at ALB PC?

A: Don’t get nervous, pick up directions quick,


Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.