Phillips Academy's Alumni Council convenes its Spring, 2016 meeting on May 6 and 7. With campus in full bloom, ...
Alumni Admission Representatives Committee
|Phoebe W. Brown||1984-P|
|James H. Tilghman||1989-P|
|Philip M. Akel||1993-P|
|James A. Flynn||2007-P|
|Michael J. Hearle||1989-P|
|Sandra S. Leung||2002-P|
|Adrienne Hynek Margie||1982-P|
|Angela K. Cheng Matsuzawa||1993-P|
|Susie L.L.Tong Parikh||1992-P|
|Tracey Mullings Reed||1992-P|
|Thomas L. Rodgers||1988-P|
The Alumni Admission Representatives Committee provides for the mutual exchange of information between alumni admissions representatives (AARs) and the Phillips Academy Admission Office. It is generally responsible for advising the Admission Office on issues concerning alumni admission representatives and reporting to the Alumni Council on issues of importance to the Admission Office. Focused on enhancing and preserving the efficacy and integrity of the AAR program, members of the AAR committee promote the recruitment of new AARs, demonstrate and uphold AAR interviewing best practices, provide guidance and support to other AARs, and serve as regional leaders and points of contact for local AARs and prospective families. Members are selected from the pool of experienced, currently-active alumni admission representatives.
Short Term Objectives
Interested in becoming an AAR?
Please contact Jo LaBelle, AAR Coordinator/Office Manager in Admissions at email@example.com
We are actively looking for AARs living in Canada, All of Asia and Vietnam in particular, as well as Central United States!
- There are currently 660 active AARs
- We have AARS in 305 cities around the world; 47 US States; 42 Countries including the US
- During an admission season, AARs conduct roughly 30% of all interviews.
- Students interviewed by AARs represent: 49 states across the US and 63 countries around the world