Whether you received an award for four years or one,
we are pleased to consider you a Phillips Scholar for life.
Phillips Scholar Alumni Award
This award was established in 2003 to highlight one recipient each year in particular who exemplifies the qualities of a Phillips Scholar.
This year, there are two Alumni Scholars--Melissa Aptt (on the left) and Ashley Kemembin. To read more about them and to find out why there are two awards, please click here.
The Phillips Scholar Newsletter
Read the most current newsletter or browse the Archives back to Summer 2000.
For those alumni or parents who are able and would like to make a monetary donation to the scholarship, please use this Donation Form.
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Keeping in Touch
New graduate degree, job, spouse, partner or child? Interesting service project or adventure? Please share it with us through the Phillips Scholar Update Form.
Here is what some of the Phillips Scholar Alumni are up to now. Please let us know what you are doing, too!
Dianne Kamfonik graduated from Cornell University in 2010 and is working toward a Master of Science in Transportation at M.I.T. She is very involved in the nonprofit "Bright Pink," which focuses on the prevention and early detection of cancers in young women. She also serves on the executive board of Graduate Women at M.I.T. which promotes the professional development of graduate women on campus.
Essence Maston (Spelman College '09) is currently working toward a Ph.D. in Molecular Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine. She also volunteers at Rosie's Place and as a mentor through her church.
Allison Muise (Endicott College '10) is the Assistant Function Manager at the Cruiseport in Gloucester, MA- a management position in her field of study!
Dinka Keric graduated from Siena College in May 2010 and is now working as a financial analyst. She writes, "We immigrated to the US in 1995, and I know this (graduation) is the proudest my parents have ever been."
MaryJane Horton (Gordon College '09) is establishing a Retired and Senior Volunteer Program through AmeriCorps VISTA in Minnesota. She is also performing community outreach for the Minnesota Assn of Volunteer Administration (MAVA), focussing on professional development for volunteer managers across the state. She is also applying to LSW programs.