Provost Scholars Program participant John Lindsey likes to challenge himself. Lindsey not only committed to graduate in three years, but plans to do so with honors and as an active and engaged student who does more than just study.
The USF Honors College student and Bulls Business Community resident is part of the Business Honors Program and studied abroad with the honors program in Florence, Italy. Additionally, he is involved in Beta Alpha Psi and four honor societies.
Lindsey, who has a 3.93 USF GPA, will graduate in December with two internships under his belt. He recently finished an internship with Ernst & Young, working in the Big Four accounting firm’s assurance unit, where he helped with audit procedures, prepared client communications, and tested controls. Last summer, Lindsey served as an intern for Kawasumi Laboratories America, a medical device provider. There, he helped the firm’s controller with accounts receivable, prepared expense statements, and handled cash receipts.
As president of the Serve for Children Committee in the Business Honors Service Association, Lindsey organized a volleyball tournament that supported St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He says that he hopes to be remembered as one who focused on his goals and proactively pursued them — but never lost perspective about the important things in life.
33 Replies to “John Lindsey, Accounting”
Very worthy candidate.
I have known John Lindsey for many years. Kudos to his dedication!
Good luck John. I am very proud of you and your accomplishments.
Outstanding young man from a fine family.
John is the man you want. He is extremely intelligent, loyal, and has a work ethic that is becoming rare to find. USF would regret missing the opportunity to place John in this position because he will pay dividends in the near future.
Best of luck, John!
Good luck with your endeavor
John Anthony – You are a hard working talented young man. You are already a winner. Aunt Suzanne
Good luck John,
Best of luck! Great accomplishment!
Congrats and best of luck,
Good luck to you John. My prayers are with you and your family.
We are very proud of you. Good luck! Ron and Mary S.
John good luck to you. You are an impressive young man and deserve this honor!!
Congratulations, John. Good luck in your future endeavors. Cardinal Gibbons Class of ’68.
John Lindsey is a talented, caring, honest, and hard working individual. He is a wonderful candidate, and would make the program and school proud to be chosen for all of his achievements. Good Luck, John! We need more people like you in this world!
Congrats! We look forward to having you rejoin us at EY soon!
John – You have worked hard and that will benefit you in your future endeavors. Best Wishes.
John Lindsey, I’m from the Class of 67….Best of luck in your future goals…
I wish you the best John. God Bless.
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge
John Anthony, words cannot express how proud I am of you and your accomplishments. You are an amazing son. Stay true to yourself and your goals. Papa would be so proud that you are following in his footsteps.
GoodLluck, John, Chris
On behalf of the Cardinal Gibbons Alumni Association we vote for you John Lindsey! We are so proud of you and your accomplishments!
Good luck, John
Wishing you much success ,John!
Good Luck, God Bless you John.
John, you have a long history of dedication and success. Best wishes to you now. Your fan, Mrs. Kathy Blyth
Wish you the best John
Way to go, John!
Your friends at Cardinal Gibbons support you…always!! Best wishes to you!
Your Cardinal Gibbons Family salutes you for your accomplishments!
You’re the best man ! CGHS FOREVA