About Alumni Court
As a Penn State Alum, you have the opportunity to come back and celebrate the Penn State Glory as a member of the 2023 Alumni Court. The Alumni Court celebrates and recognizes individuals that have strived for success in all of life’s endeavors, following their years at Penn State. Alumni Court provides an opportunity to renew the Penn State spirit and create new memories at the University. If you feel as though Penn State has made a large impact on who you are and where you ended up in life, then we want to hear your story.
Molly Sizemore graduated with her Master and Bachelor of Architectural Engineering in 2021. As a student, Molly was heavily involved with the Women in Engineering Program and the Architectural Engineering Department. Molly spent many hours in the Engineering Units tutoring younger peers, grading exams, and running the 3D printing lab. She is now active with the Penn State Alumni Association after serving as a Young Alumni Ambassador in 2021! Today, Molly is the President of the Alumni Society of Architectural Engineers, the Social Media and Marketing Lead for the Women in Engineering Program APG, and a volunteer with the Strategic Messaging Committee as part of the Penn State Engineering Alumni Society! When she’s not living and breathing all things engineering, you can find her crafting and belting out Hamilton songs!
Continue on the legacy of the Nittany Lion Family, as a member of the Penn State Homecoming Alumni Court. In order to have an opportunity to be on this specific court, the Alumni Court nomination form will go out during the summer months. A nominee need only be a Penn State Graduate. The only other requirement that we urge all nominees to have, is a sense of pride and commitment towards this University. After all nominations have been submitted, Homecoming Alumni Relations Captains will be interviewing all applicants in the form of either a phone or zoom interview. The final 2 members of the Alumni Court will then be selected in the coming weeks.