December 07, 2015
Eric Krinick '17 is keeping his career options open. He can see working for the government, a nonprofit organization, in social media or for a comic book or television company in his future.
He also knows that he'd like that future to be in the Czech Republic, where he studied through Susquehanna's Global Opportunities program.
"I encourage everyone to take advantage of studying abroad while they can, and to truly absorb the unfathomable experience," says the public policy and creative writing major.
In his remaining time at Susquehanna, Krinick will continue to explore his passion for writing and love of political science, sociology and economics. He is the vice president of SU Improv, a staff writer for the SU Squirrel satire magazine and the president/founder of Nerd Club.
He was initially drawn to Susquehanna because of the beautiful campus and welcoming, easy-going people. He felt that the writing program was strong, and the faculty were eager to get to know their students.
"I like the atmosphere of a small, liberal arts school," he says.