Courtney Glaub: Construction Management 2010-2011

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Student Bio

Courtney Glaub is currently a 5th year student in the Architectural Engineering Program at Penn State University. She will graduate in May 2011 with a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering with a focus on Construction Management. Courtney plans on taking the Fundamentals of Engineering exam in the fall of 2011 and hopes to receive her EIT status upon graduation.

During her five years at Penn State, Courtney has had several internships with various companies. Currently, Courtney is interning with Whiting Turner at the Penn State Millennium Science Complex on campus. She has performed numerous tasks on the job that will broaden her experience and help prepare her for the future. In the summer of 2009, Courtney interned with Continental Building Systems at the Hyatt Hotel on the North Shore in Pittsburgh. During this internship, she took on multiple responsibilities of a superintendent. Her first internship was for an architectural firm, where she gained first-hand experience from an architect’s view of a project.

Outside of academics, Courtney is involved with several organizations and activities, including clubs and in-school jobs. She is a member of the Student Society of the Partnership for Achieving Construction Excellence (S:PACE), FOTO (thon), and the Student Society of Architectural Engineers (SSAE), where she is a part of the Yearbook Committee.  Along with these organizations, Courtney also has maintained two in-school jobs, one as an intern at the Millennium Science Complex and also waitressing at the Tavern restaurant. 

For a copy of Courtney Glaub's resume, click here.


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