Welcome to the official website of the Penn Club of Seattle.
We are an entirely volunteer-run alumni club, striving to connect and build community among our 3,800+ Penn alumni throughout the state of Washington. We are supported financially by the generous support of our dues-paying members, which allows us to plan a diverse and broad set of events for our alumni. Our social, community service, cultural, educational, and outdoor activities are a great way to meet and mingle with other local Penn alumni and to stay abreast of developments on Penn’s campus.
Please join us for one of our upcoming events and consider supporting the club with a dues-paying membership. And if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for events, please click "Contact Us" above.
We look forward to seeing you at a Club event soon! Thank you.
Belinda (Bentzin) Buscher C'92 and Lauren Olsen N'12
The mission of the Penn Club is to foster and promote educational, social, cultural, and sporting activities for its members, and to encourage communication, networking, and friendship among the alumni, current students, and past students of the University of Pennsylvania.
As a child, Suzy Bernstein, an English major at Penn's School of Arts and Sciences, spent her summers at Camp Modin in Belgrade, Maine. This year, she's serving as one of its top counselors.
As a child, Suzy Bernstein spent her summers at Camp Modin in Belgrade, Maine. This summer, the rising junior at the University of Pennsylvania is using her experience as a former camper and the many skills that she’s learned at Penn to further strengthen her leadership abilities.
Fiona Moreno is not from France. But the French-speaking, Ph.D. student from Switzerland, says she was and still is startled by how confidently people deem her to be French, solely based on hearing her accent. The realization that many people aren’t aware of the diversity of the Francophone world prompted her to found the Francophone Community Partnership.