Welcome to the Harvard Club of Seattle!

Serving Harvard and our community since 1891

The mission of the Harvard Club of Seattle is to serve the interests of Harvard University in Seattle and Western Washington, to engage in community service and educational activities, and to foster a spirit of fraternity among Harvard alumni and students and their families.   The Harvard Club of Seattle, founded on July 15, 1891, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.   Click here for more information.

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Annual Dinner 2023: Measurable, Meaningful, Positive Change

Join us at the Washington Athletic Club for a cocktail hour, dinner, and discussion on measurable, meaningful change with Gates Foundation Director of Global Health Strategy, Toni Hoover, and Chief of Staff, Becky Frank. Limited to 120 alumni and guests.

Annual Dinner 2022: Aquarium After Hours and The Future of the Ocean

Join us after hours at the Seattle Aquarium for a cocktail hour, dinner, and discussion on the future of the ocean with Seattle Aquarium CEO Bob Davidson (AB '71), Dr. Richard Feely (2007 Nobel Peace Prize contributor), and Ocean Policy Expert Nora Nickum

HCS Crimson Achievement Program

Access meets inclusion! The Harvard Club of Seattle Crimson Achievement Program (CAP) provides high-potential high school students with the opportunity to learn, receive mentorship, and participate in enrichment activities.

Board and Skilled Volunteer Fair at the Gates Foundation

Join fellow Harvard alumni at the Gates Foundation to explore non-profit board and skilled volunteer opportunities with organizations making a positive difference in our community!  Cocktail style reception with delicious hors d'oeuvres and beverages

Annual Dinner 2018: Journey into Space with Blue Origin's Ariane Cornell and Dr. Nick Patrick

Join us for dinner and a discussion on the new age of space exploration with Blue Origin's Ariane Cornell, MBA '14, Head of Astronaut Strategy & Sales, and former NASA astronaut Nick Patrick (pictured left), Blue Origin Human Integration Architect.
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