APAP alumni volunteers help the university get to know applicants by name and story while serving as WashU ambassadors in their communities. They can help in the following ways:
Alumni APAP volunteers interview students who have applied for admission. These casual conversations are opportunities for students to share more about themselves while learning about the interviewer’s experiences—both as a WashU undergraduate and as an alum. APAP interviewers serve as advocates for students and representatives for the university. Volunteers may participate as much or as little as they’d like and coordinate involvement to fit their schedules.
International resource list
International APAP alumni volunteers (and parents) serve as resources for admitted international students and their parents by sharing their contact information on the International Resource List. We encourage parents of admitted international students to call or email a current parent in their area with questions.
APAP hosts several events throughout the year for prospective, admitted, and enrolling students. Our APAP volunteers are essential to the success of these events. Visit APAP Events for more information.
If you would like to participate in any of these activities, please sign up to join APAP! If you’re already a member, please login to the APAP Volunteer Portal and select “Edit Activities” or contact APAP.