Whether you received an award for four years or one, we are pleased to consider you a Phillips Scholar for life.
2018-2019 Phillips Alumni Scholar Awards
This award was established in 2003 to highlight one or more recipients each year who particularly exemplify the qualities of a Phillips Scholar.
This year’s Alumni Scholars are John Khuc and Ashley Levesque.
John is a first-year student at Wentworth Institute of Technology. He has volunteered his time in his local school community and within the city of Boston. Through both his service and part-time work, John has made a positive impact on youth in his community. To read more, click here.
Ashley Levesque attends Messiah College. She graduated from high school in 2017 and took a gap year to participate in the World Race Gap Year program, a nine-month mission trip that involves service work spanning multiple continents. To read more, click here.
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.
If you’re interested in keeping up with us and other Phillips Scholars on an on-going basis, please join our closed LinkedIn group.
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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(Please know that any donation made through PayPal incurs a 2.2% fee to be paid by the Stephen Phillips Memorial Scholarship Fund.)
Here is what some of the Phillips Scholar Alumni are up to now. Please let us know what you are doing, too!
College of William & Mary
Chris Contino is based out of Hong Kong, where he works as a Managing Partner at VC Growth Partners.
Bay Path University
Courtney worked for the FBI for over five years before pursuing her graduate degree in Emergency Management. She is now Lead Faculty for the American Women's College's online, undergraduate degree program in Emergency Management.
Amy currently works at the U.S. Government Accountability Office as a senior analyst in the Education, Workforce, and Income Security Group. The GAO's work covers a broad spectrum of federal programming, evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of public programs at the request of Congress.
Michael earned his PhD in Economics at the University of Rochester. He currently teaches at the United States Naval Academy.