2023 Thirty Under 30

Peter Snarski


After graduating from Susquehanna University, Peter Snarski, Iota Epsilon, returned home to Baltimore and began his career as an English teacher at Archbishop Curley High School, specifically the St. Anthony Pathway Program, which provides an individualized college preparatory course of study to students who have a diagnosed learning difference or utilize an individual education plan (IEP). In this role, he works with students who struggle with learning, have a learning disability or have other social-emotional concerns. After a few years of teaching within this program, he was named the director of the program at the beginning of the 2023 academic year. As director, he ensures teachers within the program are following expectations and policies to help the young men in the program mature and grow. In conjunction with teaching, he was able to simultaneously earn a master’s degree in secondary education from Towson University. As an undergraduate member of Pi Kappa Phi, he served as warden of his chapter, which taught him the essential instructional skills needed to manage a classroom as well as individualize learning outcomes for all stakeholders. During his time as warden, he organized fundraisers for The Ability Experience, organized volunteer efforts with the local high school’s special needs program as well as rallied brothers to help facilitate their annual 5K fundraiser. These responsibilities helped cultivate his interpersonal skills as well as a passion for serving others, both of which contribute to his current success and fulfillment in his role.  




Peter and his fellow Thirty Under 30 recipients will be honored at the 2023 Pi Kapp Alumni Reunion. Interested in joining us? Click here to learn more.