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Phi Delta Theta Hires Two Undergraduate Phis For Summer Internship Position


Phi Delta Theta recently announced the hiring of two undergraduate Phis for the 2018 GHQ summer internship position. California Rho’s (La Verne) Ryan Hoffman and Minnesota Beta’s (Minnesota State, Mankato) Brett Marshall have been hired as summer interns to help execute the 2018 summer conferences, participate in various educational sessions, and take on various GHQ projects, all while gaining valuable professional experience in the nonprofit, association, event planning and fundraising industries.

Ryan Hoffman (La Verne University)

Ryan Hoffman is currently a junior and a member of the California Rho Chapter at the University of La Verne. He is a history major with a minor in photography and hopes to become a history teacher and principal following graduation. Within Phi Delt, Ryan has held a number of positions, including Philanthropy Chairman, Awards Chairman, Historian, Community Service Chairman, and Alumni Secretary. He currently serves as Chapter President for California Rho. Ryan’s favorite Phi Delt experience was Homecoming during the University’s 125th anniversary, where he got to meet nearly every founding father of the California Rho Chapter.

“I am so excited for this opportunity. The Fraternity on an international level has always amazed me. My experiences as a Kleberg delegate and a Peer Mentor have been wonderful, and I am excited to demonstrate the leadership values I have gained from the Fraternity through the intern program.”

Brett Marshall (Minnesota State, Mankato)

Brett Marshall is fifth year senior member of the Minnesota Beta Chapter at Minnesota State University, Mankato. He is a double major in marketing and mass media with a public relations emphasis. As a member of Minnesota Beta, he has served in seven different officer positions including Vice President, Alumni Secretary, and Fundraising Chairman. Brett has also served three consecutive terms on the Interfraternity Council as VP of Public Relations & Marketing, VP of Recruitment, and currently serves as the council President. Brett’s favorite Phi Delt memory was seeing his chapter be honored with the “Chapter of the Year” award at the 2018 Fraternity and Sorority Life Banquet.

“Phi Delt has changed my life in more ways than I can count. It’s given me so many opportunities to grow as a leader and a man. I truly have seen myself developing into the greatest version of myself, and I’m excited for this journey to continue and experience a new side of the Fraternity while having the opportunity to give back.”