Accountant Professional

Albert Cyprys is committed to helping those in need in the New York area. He has a passion for improving people’s lives and for providing valuable services to those in need.

Albert Cyprys is an accounting student at Fairfield University, where he is nearing graduation. He devotes most of his time to his studies, but recognizes that many people haven’t had the same opportunities that he’s had. And he thinks that it is his duty to commit himself to as much community service as he can.

Organizers in different public service groups have noticed personality traits that volunteers like Albert Cyprys seem to have in common, and in abundance. Volunteers tend to be flexible. Volunteer work takes a lot of planning and organizing, but it isn’t uncommon for it to unravel in a few minutes. Volunteers who can adapt and be flexible in those situations really make or break a situation.

Volunteering can take a lot of energy, but having plenty to spare is another trait volunteers like Albert Cyprys often have in common. They also tend to be imaginative and creative. Volunteering doesn’t have to be solemn or straining all the time; when individuals use their passions and humor, they can really help bring life into the tasks at hand.

Volunteers like Albert Cyprys also seem to have a natural, built-in integrity that is always present. People trust volunteers with their facilities, communities, and organization, all of which which is an extreme responsibility. Integrity matters.

Finally, organizers say the best volunteers have a common trait of selflessness and sacrifice. And that is what volunteering is all about: sacrificing one’s time, energy and services without expecting anything in return. This is another trait that Albert Cyprys has demonstrated.

Albert Cyprys currently attends Fairfield University in Connecticut and expects to receive an accounting degree. He continues to maintain a good Grade Point Average while keeping his nose to the proverbial grindstone. It isn’t easy to remain dedicated to lofty academic goals, though Albert Cyprys believes persistence is key to career success.

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