Leader of the Albertus Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Launches First Podcast at the College

From Metropolitan Learning Center in Bloomfield, Connecticut to Albertus Magnus College for both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees, Kobéy Smith ’20, 21′ has always been an entrepreneur at heart. Kobéy now introduces Albertus Innovates, a podcast with the mission of showing young creative minds where innovation and boldly following dreams can take them.

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Albertus Graduate Students Speak to First Lady, Education Secretary About Impact of the Horizons Program on Campus, Accessible Education

Joyce Hines and Jacqueline Taylor went back to school with their children in mind, and Albertus Magnus College helped them succeed. Their stories are proof that it’s never too late to finish your degree and reclaim your future. First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and U.S. Education Secretary Dr. Miguel Cardona visited the Horizons at Albertus

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Black Brilliance at Albertus: Chelsea Sherrod ’16 is Not Afraid to Make the First Move

Chelsea Sherrod ‘16, a sports reporter/host in Boston, Massachusetts, did not get where she is today by patiently waiting for opportunities to come to her. After attending a large high school in Stratford, Connecticut, Chelsea found herself at Albertus Magnus College. Drawn in by our tight-knit community, Chelsea loved how she got to know everyone on campus so quickly.

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