Admission

Summer Admission Ambassadors

Our summer tour guides are eager to share their experiences at Scripps with you, and help you and your family learn about the academic and extracurricular activities offered at the College. Meet them below — you may see them again on campus this summer!

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Abby Clarke’20

Abby, a rising-junior from Orange, CT, is a Politics major concentrating in Political Theory. She is looking forward to studying abroad in London for a semester this upcoming fall. In addition to working in the Admission Office as a Summer Intern, Abby works in the Office of the President & Board of Trustees. This past year, she enjoyed serving on Scripps Associated Students (SAS) as Diversity & Inclusivity Chair where she focused on building community among students, faculty, and staff. During her time at Scripps, she has also served as a peer mentor for first-year students and as the Historian for Watu Weusi. Most days, you can find her grabbing her favorite drink at the Motley (Matcha-Cha-Cha w/Coconut Milk) before heading to her various classes across the consortium. And at night, you will most likely hear her practicing Arabic poetry reading and recitation with her friends from class.

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Anne Shalamoff ’20

Anne, a rising junior from New Jersey, is an Environmental Analysis major on a self-created Human Centered Design track. She is also minoring in Art with concentrations in Ceramics and Digital Art. During the school year, Anne works at the Scripps College Mailroom. Next year she will also be a Community Coordinator for Residential Life, working to plan events that foster community within the residence halls. She is a Trip Leader for the Outdoor Education Center, organizing outdoor trips open to all students including a week-long Spring Break camping trip to Utah. This past year Anne has collaboratively worked on a project aimed to increase the accessibility of public transportation for people with disabilities in her role as Project Manager for Design for America. In her spare time you’ll find her taking yoga classes at the Tiernan Field House and participating in service projects through Circle K International.