Brother Carlheim graduated in 2016 with a Bachelors of Science in Applied Mathematics with certificates in Secondary Education and Nonprofit Management from Robert Morris University in Moon Township, Pennsylvania. During his time at the Pennsylvania Pi Chapter, he served as the President, Community Service Chairman, Interfraternity Council President, and the Greek Life Intern.
Since 2016, Brother Carlheim served as the Leadership and Education Specialist after his time as the West Coast Leadership Consultant. Hunter has provided cultural and operational assistance through more than 125 in-person chapter visits. His most influential accomplishments came from helping develop the Amnesty Program, facilitating Health and Safety programs, creating Phikeia Education programs, educating chapters in strategic plan development, and helping the West Coast chapters win Iron Phi Competitions. In his free time, Hunter enjoys hiking, kayaking, and rooting for the Penguins, Steelers, and Pirates.
What advice would you give young Phis?
Two words: get involved. Whether it is in your chapter, at school, in the community, or with your friends, being involved in something will make your college years 100 times better. After graduation, you are going to look back at the memories, pictures, and things that you did. Don’t waste this time by doing the bare minimum; you’ll thank yourself later.