Craig Curk, longtime resident of his hometown of Dayton, Ohio and current entrepreneurial success in the Greater Miami Valley of the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky metropolitan area of the United States, has lived a life of purpose and ambition.
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Works In The Original Trade Shipping Center
Craig Curk lives and works in the powerful economy of Dayton, Ohio, 4th for Ohio’s GDP for 2008, and third in Ohio for Exports to foreign countries. Dayton’s bond rating has been upgraded to Aa2, while Standard & Poor’s rated Dayton AA- in 2009. Dayton is one of the best places in the United States for job-seeking college grads, with companies like Reynolds and Reynolds, LexisNexis, Kettering Health Network, Premier Health and Standard Register, as well as Dayton’s continued leadership in aerospace technology through the National Air and Space Intelligence Center and the Air Force Research Laboratory.Craig Curk’s hometown of Dayton, Ohio in the United States started its life as a shipping center for trade, and as such its streets and roads were built broadly to accommodate three and four pair oxen teams drawing the wagons of commerce.
Inspired By Castle Turrets Of Xavier University
Craig Curk enjoyed the unique and distinctive campus architecture of Xavier University, anchored by six campus buildings constructed in castle style. Hinkle Hall, the oldest of these, is a three story Tudor Gothic with turrets modeled after the Xavier Family Castle in Navarre, Spain. The Williams College of Business attended by Craig Curk is housed in Smith Hall, which enabled Curk to study with access to a Wall Street modeled trading center complete with Bloomberg Terminals and stock tickers. The Xavier MBA program and Entrepreneurial Center are also at home in Smith, with a Entrepreneurship ranking of 11th nationally from the Princeton Review, the benefits of which are evident in successful entrepreneur students like Craig Curk, who graduated in 1983 with a membership in the Accounting Society of Xavier University and with access to alumni relationships throughout the southern Ohio area.
Educated In The Jesuit Tradition
All Xavier University Bachelors’ Degree holders like Craig Curk have read The Republic, the Discourse on Method, selections from the Bible and a selection of Great Books texts, as part of the Core requirement of Great Books reading. Business majors like Craig Curk must also have completed the Business Core, which includes Accounting, Business Law, Economics, Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems, Management, Marketing and Statistics courses. Curk was compelled to complete his major course studies with a minimum of 2.0 GPA. The Core requirements of Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio arise from its origins with the Jesuit tradition, where an all-encompassing and detailed education in the human experience is considered essential to life preparation.
Extends Passions To Golf
Craig Curk’s tendency to over-achievement extends to all areas and endeavors in a life which has exhibited a commitment to excellence and success. This mind set extends to Curk’s play, as well as his work in electronics manufacturing technology, and this is nowhere more clearly illustrated than in his love of golf. Craig Curk is proud to serve as a walking scorer for professional golf tours, an extension of his love for various sports, and respect for the lessons of team work and ethical values which arise from sports participation. Walking scorers keep on course statistics and scores during play through the use of palm held computers, keeping in communication with competition officials through the use of a radio and headset.
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