Association Seeks Teens Interested in Making a Difference

The River Hill Community Association, which has a strong history of engaging local teens, is currently seeking high schoolers interested in serving on the Association’s
Student Member Committee of the Board of Directors and the Teen Advisory Committee (TAC). Applications are now available for youth interested in serving on both committees for the September 1, 2021 – August 31, 2022 term.

Alex Oh, a resident and student at River Hill High School, and Shyam Pillai, a student at Atholton High School, have served as the Student Members of the Board this year and will graduate this month. The association needs one or two motivated student leaders from the Village to fill their shoes. Student Members attend the monthly Board of Directors meetings, have an advisory vote on issues, act as a liaison between their schools and the association, and chair the TAC. Applicants must be rising juniors or seniors.

Membership on the TAC is open to local high schoolers who want to work with other teens and contribute to the River Hill community. The TAC can consist of up to 10 members, including the chairperson(s). In addition to seniors Alex and Shyam, Jennifer Chiang is graduating from Atholton High School. Other current members are Trinity Cheng, Maddie Lynott, Serena Goyal, Arthur Wang, Katelyn Sharp and Elinor Tu of River Hill High School and Eric Key of Loyola Blakefield. We appreciate their contributions over the last year and look forward to welcoming new members to the TAC.

The Village Board will appoint the members of both committees following an application and interview process. Applications are available online at or at Claret Hall. Applications are due June 1, 2021. For more information, contact Lesley Ahmuty at 410 531-1749 or

Applications for the Teen Advisory Committee and the Student Member Committee are below. If returning an application via email, please send to

2021 Teen Advisory Committee Application

2021 Student Member Application

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