Brother Carlheim graduated 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, SGA and IFC Representative, IFC President and the Greek Life Intern.
Hunter was also active outside of the chapter as he volunteered approximately 500 hours a year to various food banks, Ronald McDonald Houses, charity walks and runs and tutoring services. He was also a member of College Democrats, Student Conduct Board, First Year Seminar Program and Nonprofit Leadership Alliance. After graduation, Hunter went on a three-week field experience for teaching in Belmopan, Belize.
After the two-year commitment as a Leadership Consultant, Hunter plans on obtaining his M.Ed. and beginning his journey towards becoming a professor of mathematics education. In his free time, Hunter enjoys hiking, kayaking, and rooting for the Penguins, Steelers, and Pirates.
Hunter will be working with:
- Arizona Alpha – University of Arizona
- Arizona Gamma – Northern Arizona University
- California Alpha – University of California – Berkley
- California Gamma – University of California – Los Angeles
- California Delta – University of Southern California
- California Epsilon – University of California – Davis
- California Zeta – California State University – Northridge
- California Theta – University of California – Irvine
- California Kappa – University of California – San Diego
- California Xi – California State University – Chico
- California Pi – San Diego State University
- California Rho – University of La Verne
- California Sigma – Sonoma State University
- California Upsilon – California State University – Fresno
- California Phi – Chapman University
- California Chi – University of San Francisco
- California Psi – Loyola Marymount University
- Idaho Alpha – University of Idaho
- Montana Alpha – University of Montana
- Nevada Alpha – University of Nevada – Reno
- Nevada Beta – University of Nevada – Las Vegas
- Oregon Beta – Oregon State University
- Oregon Gamma – Willamette University
- Oregon Delta – Oregon Institute of Technology
- Utah Alpha – University of Utah
- Washington Alpha – University of Washington
- Washington Beta – Whitman College
- Washington Delta – University of Puget Sound
- Washington Epsilon – Eastern Washington University
What advice would you give young Phis?
Two words: get involved. Whether it is in your chapter, at school, in the community, with your friends, or after your college years, 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.