Aspiring for a career in corporate law, Paul Robertson knows that internships that will help him in his future career.  He currently serves as a legislative intern for Congresswoman Kathy Castor, where he is responsible for helping constituents gain access to aid and drafting responses to congressional matters.  He has also served as an intern for the Orlando-based private law firm Anderson and Anderson P.A., where he shadowed a board certified attorney.

A natural leader and a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, Robertson has served as the risk manager for his fraternity and has been credited with creating and producing the first fraternity-based radio program in USF history, “Yard Runners Radio with Alpha Phi Alpha.”  Robertson has held leadership positions in other organizations, too, serving as membership chair for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and committee chair for the Pink Ice Ball, a benefit ball for breast cancer awareness.

Robertson has served as a USF Ambassador for the past year as well often serving as “the face” of the university, attending special events, and often working alongside USF President Judy Genshaft.