Nick Arbaugh ’20 from Horsham, Pennsylvania is a Political Science major with a minor in History.
Nick is a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, and Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society. He is a recipient of Gettysburg's Presidential Scholarship.
At Gettysburg, Nick served as the President of the Student Student, the President of the Gettysburg Chapter of the Young Americans for Freedom, a Senator and Club Representative in the Student Senate, an Article and Notes Editor for the national Law Journal of the Liberal Arts, a staff writer on the Gettysburgian, a teaching and resident Assistant at the Eisenhower Institute's Campaigns and Elections Academy, and a Fielding Associate with the Fielding Center for Presidential Leadership Study. He is a member of the Gettysburg Chapter of the Young American's for Freedom, the Gettysburg Chapter of the Young American's for Liberty, and the Gettysburg College Republicans.
He has participated in internship programs with the American Enterprise Institute, the Lancaster Court of Common Pleas, and Pennsylvania State Representative Todd Stephens. Nick currently serves as an elected committeeman for the Montgomery County Republican Party.
Following graduation, Nick plans to attend law school with the goal of eventually practicing law while also remaining involved in American politics.