Bradley Booth, North Georgia ’21, a founder of this new chapter, gained valuable experience this spring through the Fund for American Studies’ (TFAS) Capital Semester on International Affairs and Public Policy.
The cadet, who is pursuing a degree in international affairs with a European concentration, was one of fourteen students from across the US to take part in the program.
He worked an internship with military intelligence contractor Praescient Analytics and took courses on the American presidency, the presidency and the media, and international economics through George Mason University and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute.
Booth lives in Johns Creek, Georgia, and previously studied abroad in the United Kingdom and Canada. He is a founding member of UNG’s Phi Delta Theta chapter. He hopes to work in international affairs or national security.
Booth is on the National Service Leadership Track, which provides leadership training to cadets who do not plan to commission as military officers. He plans to enlist in the Army National Guard or Army Reserves in military intelligence.
“My experience in Phi Delta Theta helped develop my leadership skills which helped as I led discussions in our classroom debates as well as projects for my internship. And my experience in the District of Columbia was enormous in preparing me for my future career, which I am excited to begin.”
Excerpted from the University of North Georgia website (author: Clark Leonard)