Seth Goldstein, Class of 2000
After graduating from DVFS in 2000, Seth embarked on a higher education adventure at the University of Delaware where he majored in History with a concentration in Journalism, and minored in Anthropology and Political Science. Upon leaving UD, he started writing for the Bucks County Courier Times as a freelance writer. About a year later he left home and started a job at the Hanover (PA) Evening Sun in York County, about 30 minutes from Gettysburg. He was the night cops reporter, and was there for almost a year before leaving to write for the Courier Times again. Feeling some major burn out he left journalism and worked for an international storage container company in the sales and leasing department for about a year and half. There, he learned how to sell. Next he decided to head back to school at the University of the Arts for a certificate in Web design. He started his own Web design and Internet Marketing Agency, Goldstein Media.
About his days at DV, Seth says: “DVFS gave me the individual attention that I needed to thrive, and fostered a sense of exploration and creativity. DV is where I first fell in love with Journalism. I started the now defunct school paper The DVFS Voice and apparently everyone knew I was going to be a journalist before I did. DVFS got me ready for College and without the support structure and the tips and tools of how to deal with my learning disability, I would not have been able to survive the University of Delaware. DVFS has done so much for me, I wouldn't be where I am now without the help I received there. Thank you DVFS!”
Goldstein Media website