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Student Ambassadors

Bryn Mawr’s Admission Ambassadors work directly with the Admission Office to coordinate all student involvement in the admissions process. They are leaders of our community who play a critical role in welcoming our visitors to campus.

In addition to being spirited, every Ambassador is a Bryn Mawr expert. They are knowledgeable about the School, its rich traditions, and the many academic and extracurricular offerings. They are excited to meet you, answer your questions, and show you why they love Bryn Mawr!

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  • Arezu '23

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    Gym Drill 

     
    What is your favorite place on campus?
    My favorite place on campus is the new student center. I love to hang out with my friends in-between classes at the center or do my work there after school. 

     
    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love the supportive environment that Bryn Mawr has with its students and teachers. Also, the school's focus and the amount of resources it has for students interested in STEM is also such a great component that I especially appreciate because of my interest in STEM. 
     
    Why attend an all-girls school?
    I feel like it’s such a supportive environment to be a part of since all the girls are really encouraging and caring. 

     
    A little about me:
    • I came to Bryn Mawr when I was in 9th grade. So I've been here for 3 years. 
    • I came from a co-ed and public school. 
    • I am a member of girls who code, medical club, Asian Student Union, SNAC, and DECA. I am also a student leader for HOSA and the secretary treasurer for Princeton Model Congress. 
    • I am a member of the badminton and swim team. 
    • I am also the leader of Bryn Buddies, a cross-divisional mentorship program at Bryn Mawr, and I play the violin for Bryn Mawr’s string ensemble.
  • Arreyelle '23

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    My favorite BMS tradition would have to be Gym Drill because I love being able to come together with the entire and celebrate so many different cultures.

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    My favorite place on campus is probably the student center. Outside of class that is where I spend most of my time. This is where I study, do homework, and socialize with my friends so I love being in this space and have a lot of good memories there.

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love that Bryn Mawr is mindful of a work-life balance for students. They always encourage us to do sports or other extracurricular which allows us to make time to have fun while also getting a quality education.

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    I think that by attending an all-girls school, especially one with such a wide range of courses and course options, girls are encouraged to explore different fields and it is emphasized that girls really can do anything and can work and be successful in any field.

    Tell us a little bit about yourself:
    • My name is Arreyelle, I am a junior and I came to Bryn Mawr in the sixth grade. I came from a co-ed Catholic school a few minutes from Bryn Mawr and because of the systems Bryn Mawr had in place, it was a rather smooth transition. I am involved in many activities on campus. I am a part of Dance Company, I  am a grade representative of our school diversity council CAFE(community advocacy for everyone), I am a student leader of FOCUS(a Christian fellowship club) I am a peer educator, an active member of the school's Black Student Union and I am also apart of model UN.
     
  • Bianca '24

    What is your favorite Bryn Mawr tradition?
    My favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr is Harvest Fest.  Environmental Coalition, one of our student groups, brings local vendors, crafts people and a farm to campus for a special afternoon to support local businesses and student groups. 

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    I love the study rooms in the library! They always help me stay productive and are a great place to do group work.

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love my daily schedule at Bryn Mawr. It helps me stay organized.

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    Attending an all-girls school helped me gain confidence in the classroom and feel more comfortable advocating for myself.

    What do you love about being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr?
    Being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr is really fun because I get to share my love for the school with others who are making the decision of whether or not to attend our school. I like to show people that being a student at Bryn Mawr does not have a certain look or limits on their background or what they look like.

    Tell us a little about yourself:
    Aside from being an ambassador I am a member of Bryn Mawr's varsity field hockey and JV lacrosse teams. I am also in a number of clubs, a few being flag Football club, Asian Student Union, and South Asian Student Union.
  • Carolyn '23

    What is your favorite Bryn Mawr tradition?
    Gym Drill

    What's your favorite place on campus?
    I love the student center because that's where everyone congregates and it's also home to the cafe, gym, and so many other places. 

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    The community and how tight-knit we are!

    Why attend an all girls school?
    Being surrounded by so much female power shows how strong of a community we are and we all build each other up.

    Tell us a little about yourself:
    Hi! I'm Carolyn, I've been at Bryn Mawr since 6th grade. I came from a co-ed elementary school. I'm part of field hockey, badminton, ASU, Arts Council, string ensemble, and Peer Ed. 
  • Chandler '24

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    My favorite tradition would have to be Founders Day and the amazing cupcakes or Valentine's Day Serenades performed by Dayseye, our Upper School choral group.

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    Library Quad, The Commons, or the Resource Center!  They are such different spaces that reflect the academics and community we have on campus.

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    It's where most of my memories are, where I have met some of the people I love the most in life, and it is where I have learned and still am learning to love and appreciate all aspects of myself. 

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    I feel as though we can lift each other. As though there is a special connection, we understand each other sometimes without even speaking a word. I feel safe and comfortable. 

    What do you love about being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr? Showing others outside of Bryn Mawr what it's like is an amazing experience. I want people to get to know and experience Bryn Mawr just as much as I have if not more. 

    Tell us a little about yourself:
    I love the arts. I'm in Dance Company, the upper school choir Dayseye and I am also doing this year's musical The Drowsy Chaperone. I love to learn new and different things and I am a very curious person.
  • Grace '23

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    My favorite tradition is Gym Drill.

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    My favorite place on campus is the corner table in the library.

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love the support from the students, faculty, and community members.

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    I attend Bryn Mawr to provide myself with a strong foundation in education and an environment that believes in empowering women's voices.

    What do you love about being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr?
    I love being able to interact with interested families and sharing my love for the school!

    Tell us a little about yourself:
    I swim for North Baltimore Aquatic Club and the Bryn Mawr Varsity Team. I am a part of the House Program, Ambassador Program, and I lead Young Democrats. I attend DECA, Model Congress, Medical Club, and Women in Business.
  • Julia '23

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    Field Hockey Cup Game!

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    The Senior quad!

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love how supportive the teachers are! I have developed such great relationships with my teachers over the past two years, and they are always available for extra help. 

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    I think attending an all-girls school really built my confidence in and outside the classroom. I always feel super supported by my classmates, and they have helped me find my voice. 
     
    Tell us a little about yourself:
    I came to Bryn Mawr in ninth grade from a coed school, and absolutely love it! This will be my third year playing varsity field hockey and running outdoor track. I am also a co-leader of the Young Democrats club and am a part of Model Congress and the Bryn Buddies program.
  • Kaitlyn '24

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    My favorite tradition is Gym Drill, when all students from sixth grade through the seniors get together on the field to perform our cultural dances.  It has so much energy and shows off an entire year of study and practice from dance class.

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    I love the Student Center, it’s filled with so much color.  It's also one place on campus that everyone from Lower School to Upper School uses which is fun.

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love the campus, it’s so beautiful all year round.

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    It provides a safe, environment with less distractions. I've learned how to confidently express myself without being afraid of saying something that might be wrong in class. 

    What do you love about being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr?
    I love being able to reflect my experience to other possible students, and give other people the same great experience I had when applying to Bryn Mawr.

    Tell us a little about yourself:
    I am a goalie on the soccer team. I love participating in the One Love and SNAC clubs, they truly make such an impact on the community.
  • Kate '24

    What is your favorite Bryn Mawr tradition?
    My favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr is convocation, where the Upper School comes together to hear senior speeches.  It's so interesting to learn new things about the seniors and hear their stories.

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    My favorite place on campus is the Graduation Garden. It's where we have major community events like Founders Day and of course Graduation.  It's such a special place on campus.

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love the variety of opportunities we are given at Bryn Mawr and the encouragement that we receive to try new things.

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    I feel very comfortable and supported speaking up and sharing my opinions at an all girls school. 

    What do you love about being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr?
    I enjoy talking to prospective families and being able to tell them about my love of Bryn Mawr. I love meeting new people and being able to answer their questions. Being a hostess and giving tours to families was something I loved to do in middle school as well. 

    Tell us a little about yourself:
    I play soccer during the fall and basketball during the winter. I am also a part of the peer education program that teaches lessons about healthy lifestyles to younger Bryn Mawr students. Finally, I am a m
  • Madi '24

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    I love convocation, I really enjoy seeing each senior present something about their life and I get to know more about a person that I may not normally talk to. 

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    A little corner in the library because you can see the campus and its really pretty to sit there and work. 
     
    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love the community, everyone is so nice specifically the teachers. They are very understanding and help with everything. You can go meet with them for Office Hours for extra support, they really want you to understand their class and do well.
     
    Why attend an all-girls school?
    I think that being at an all-girls school helps in the classroom a lot but having a coordinated class also adds something so that its not always all girls. Having the first two years of being just girls helped me grow my voice. 
     
    What do you love about being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr?
    I love being an ambassador because I get to help sell the school and bring in new students. I also like the organization part of the job. 
     
    Tell us a little about yourself:
    - I have played lacrosse and soccer at the school since Freshman year 
    - I am in One Love, Snac, RMH, and run Young Republicans 
    - I play for M&D lacrosse club(1st in the nation)
    - I am going to play lacrosse at University of Florida
  • Makenna '23

    Favorite Bryn Mawr Tradition:
    Gym Drill

    Favorite Place on Campus:
    Garrett Building - Garrett is one of the older buildings on campus, so there are fireplaces in most of the rooms (which gives it a cozy feel, even though they aren’t used anymore). I also love the nice wooden lockers and large windows that let in plenty of sunshine! This building is additionally special to me because it is where I spent most of my first year at Bryn Mawr back in sixth grade, and while the Upper School doesn’t use Garrett, I still enjoy stopping in frequently to say hi to old teachers. 

    Favorite Thing About Bryn Mawr:
    The welcoming, supportive, and fun community that the students and faculty create.

    Why I attend an all-girls school:
    All-girls schools foster a collaborative environment where everyone encourages and uplifts each other. This helps build stronger bonds with my classmates and develop a sense of belonging. 

    I came to Bryn Mawr in sixth grade after attending a coed elementary school. I play on three school teams: field hockey, winter track, and lacrosse. I additionally am involved in Model UN, Peer Education, Peer Mentoring, Invest in Girls, and the Baltimore Hunger Project Club. I have been helping out with admissions in several different ways ever since my first year at Bryn Mawr, because I want to show prospective students all that the school has to offer so that they enroll and can receive the same opportunities and experiences that I have appreciated and loved during my time here.
  • Merrill

    Merrill '23

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    Gym Drill

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    Student Center

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    The people!

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    Being at an all-girls school allows you to build such a strong community of women that are able to empower each other and have each other's backs.

    Give a brief description about yourself.
    I came to BMS in 9th grade, after attending Hereford Middle School. I play soccer, basketball, and lacrosse, and I am a part of One Love. My favorite classes at BMS are any math and science class, and I love sitting outside in between classes.
     
  • Ruby '24

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    I love Gym Drill.  Having everyone together on the field, performing and cheering is such a great start to spring. 

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    I love all the outdoor spaces but especially the Senior Quad. I love sitting outside whether it is to get work done or spend time with friends. 

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love the friends I’ve made and the teachers I’ve had. Bryn Mawr is such a special place because of the people.

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    Going to an all-girls school has made me really confident speaking my mind and sharing my opinions. It is such a supportive environment where everyone’s interests and passions are celebrated in a really cool way. 

    What do you love about being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr?
    I love sharing with others why I chose to come to Bryn Mawr, and showing the school where I have spent the past 7 years! 

    Tell us a little about yourself:
    I’ve been at Bryn Mawr since 5th grade, and I play soccer, lacrosse and winter track. I’m also in the One Love Club, Peer Educators, Special Needs Advocacy club, and I’m a leader of the French club. My favorite classes at Bryn Mawr have been my English classes.
  • Shreya '24

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    My favorite tradition is Gym Drill because that’s what really shows our strong and loving community. It’s so fun to see everyone dancing, laughing, and super excited for such a big tradition. 

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    My favorite place is either the Commons Room or the Innovation Lab. The commons room is where I hang out with my friends, especially during lunch and free time. The Innovation Lab is where I have my favorite class: AP Computer Science. 

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love the community and the support the school provides. Meeting with teachers has become so much easier which helps me do well in my classes. When I first came, I thought I would have a hard time meeting new people, but everyone is so open and kind.

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    Coming from a private co-ed school, I thought it would be difficult to adjust to the new environment. Even though technically, Bryn Mawr is a single sex school, we have so many options to interact and have classes with Gilman. Bryn Mawr doesn’t feel like an all girls school rather a place where educating women is the main priority. 

    What do you love about being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr?
    My favorite part is seeing all the students interested in Bryn Mawr because that was such an exciting experience for me! 

    Tell us a little about yourself: 
    I’m leading 3 clubs this year: South Asian Student Union, Mawrtians Who Code, and DECA. Each one challenges me differently and shows me what it truly means to be a leader. I’m also part of the robotics team where my main job is outreach, coding, and record keeping. Aside from school, I’m the ambassador for the Maryland STEM Festival and play badminton during my free time
  • Tessa '24

    What is your favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr?
    My favorite tradition at Bryn Mawr would have to be, upper school convocation. After lunch, every day, going to sit in my convocation seat, and listen to the senior speeches of people I have grown up with is something that is so special. Each convocation is interesting in a different way and gets me thinking about what I will write mine about!  

    What is your favorite place on campus?
    My favorite place on campus is the Innovation Lab. I have grown quite fond of the Innovation Lab over the past few years. I have had a few classes there as well as spending loads of time after school there doing work, studying, and hanging out with my friends!

    What do you love most about Bryn Mawr?
    I love the people and the community the most! Being here since kindergarten has allowed me to create relationships with so many people, everyone is so kind. The Bryn Mawr community means everything to me and I will definitely miss it once I graduate.

    Why attend an all-girls school?
    Going to a predominantly girls' school has given me huge advantages that I am so grateful for. It is an empowering and encouraging environment that helps create confidence in academic and non-academic values and focuses on each individual's core values and contribution to the school community. 

    What do you love about being an ambassador at Bryn Mawr?
    I love introducing and showing new or interested families around the campus I have known my whole life. I am a very talkative person and enjoy answering questions about the school and giving insight into what Bryn Mawr life is like. 

    Tell us a little about yourself:
    Hi, I’m Tessa, I am a junior and I have been at Bryn Mawr since kindergarten. I am a winter and spring track athlete and participate in so many fun clubs like BSU, The violet project, Film Club, Spanish Club, Nature Club & Whip it Up!