||Senior profile: Susan Courtwright
A look at one of Centre's outstanding seniors
RELEASED: Sept. 12, 2002
Name: Susan Courtwright
Hometown: Lebanon, Ky.
Major: Double major in history and Spanish
Study abroad/internships: Studied in Mexico; Interned at United States Rules and Administration Committee; Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies (bi-partisan committee that planned President Bush's Inauguration); Northern Virginia Technology Council Foundation
Extracurricular activities: Mock Trial team; Hispanic Society; College Republicans; Centre Christian Fellowship
What are you reading outside the classroom? Annapolis, by William Martin, an epic story of two proud families and the military tradition they upheld for eight generations
What did you do this past summer? "I worked for the Northern Virginia Technology Council and their foundation writing grants and doing fund-raising and event-planning. I also worked closely with NVTC's efforts to influence federal procurement under the new Department of Homeland Security."
Future plans: "To first be an attorney, then a judge."
Quotable: "Being at Centre has been a time of growing and finding out who I am. Professors challenge you to think outside the box. Friends give you new perspectives on the world. Extracurricular activities provide new and exciting opportunities. And looking back on my time here at Centre, I have found I'm a whole new person
a smarter, wiser, and more open person."
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