Let’s stay connected
Welcome to your Rainier Scholars “home” for alumni – a place to stay up-to-date with news, events, resources and ways to keep up with some of the most interesting people on the planet. Whether you are a recent graduate or an alum of several years, you will forever be a member of the Rainier Scholars family.
A growing network of alumni
Our first college graduates emerged in spring of 2013, with a new class joining the alumni ranks each year.
Meet a few of our alumni
Agnes Scott College, Deloitte & Touche
Marist College, Liberty Mutual/Safeco Insurance
University of Washington, Goizueta School of Business, Emory University
Alumni Affairs Council
Our Alumni Affairs Council is proud to support our growing alumni network. There are three major themes to the Alumni Affairs:
We aim to establish a positive cycle of community development by promoting intra-cohort achievement and providing mentorship to successive generations of Rainier Scholars.
Join us for an upcoming Alumni Council meeting!
2017-18 Alumni Council Meeting Dates
Meetings are held at Rainier Scholars unless otherwise indicated: 2100 24th Ave S, Suite 360A, Seattle, WA 98144
2017-18 Meeting dates:
- July 10, 7pm
- Aug 14, 7pm
- Sep 11, 7pm
- Oct 9, 7pm
- Nov 13, 7pm
- Dec 11, 7pm
- Jan 8, 7pm
- Feb 12, 7pm
- Mar 12, 7pm
- Apr 9, 7pm
- May 14, 7pm
- Jun 11, 7pm
Our alumni stay in touch with one another and Rainier Scholars through social events (like our Alumni Cruise and Summer BBQ) and through volunteering. We also encourage alumni to come back and visit us at our Annual Luncheon in the spring.
Don’t live locally? You can still keep tabs on alumni:
Support our college students by sharing insights from your college-to-career journey as they prepare to do the same. Email Thomas Wilson for details.
Be an ambassador for Rainier Scholars at workplace functions and other venues. For more information, email Bethany Furubayashi.
“Rainier Scholars helped me determine the impact I want to make on the world.”
Xueying Chen, Cohort IV, Garfield High School, Wellesley College, class of 2016
It is meaningful to our community when our alumni give back. It is an affirmation of the program and its impact. Because many graduates are just starting out in a new job and getting that first apartment, the act of giving is most important, not the amount. Every gift signals that this is a program you are proud of and want to endorse.
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