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Cara Snyder '09

Cara Snyder '09

Cara Snyder '09

Cara Snyder '09

Admission Counselor

Phone: 404.471.6410
Email: csnyder@agnesscott.edu

Territory:
Domestic: Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Virginia, Washington, D.C and West Virginia
International: Africa, Central and South America, Caribbean (Cuba, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Virgin Islands)

High School: Eleanor Roosevelt, class of 2005
College:
Agnes Scott
Major: Economics and International Relations double major
Life before Agnes Scott: The Carter Center, Project Assistant in The Americas Program, 2010; Fulbright Brazil, 2011;Professor of English and International Relations at Instituto Federal do Sertão Pernambucano and the Universidade Federal do Vale do São Francisco in Brazil, 2012
What’s one thing you’d rather not do without? My momma’s, dad’s, big sister’s and twin brother’s love.
A word or phrase to describe myself: Indescribable
Favorite book: The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
Favorite movie: “Amores Perros”

At Agnes Scott since: August 2013
Why I work at Agnes Scott: Going to Agnes Scott was the best decision I have ever made.  I want to let young women know about this amazing, life-changing world for women so that they, too, can decide their futures accordingly.
Favorite spot on campus: Third floor stacks, old velvet couch (she provides for some delicious naps)
Favorite spot in Decatur: Agnes Scott College (no, really)
Favorite spot in Atlanta: DeKalb Farmer’s Market

3 reasons to attend Agnes Scott:

  1. You will befriend and form life-long partnerships with some of the most incredible, power women in the world. 
  2. Your professors will also be life-long friends and mentors in addition to being constant inspirations.   
  3. Agnes Scott makes leaders by first putting faith in your abilities and then putting you in challenging situations. On the wings of the confidence bestowed upon you by our college community, you will always rise to the occasion; you will soar into the realization that you are capable of doing absolutely anything. 

Advice/tips for prospective students: It’s your life. Live the heck out of it.