San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Stanford-Cornell Young Alumni Happy Hour
Cornell alumni are invited to join Stanford's alumni for their "Wasted Wednesday" monthly celebration this September! This event is expected to be a lot of fun.
Located at the NW corner of Dolores Park, Cerveceria de Mateveza features a great selection of beers and tasty empanadas.
Extra pre-event beer tasting at 5pm:
A sample of beers to be presented for the beer tasting:
Boston Tea Party Saison (Belgian style farmhouse with yerba mate tea brewed in collaboration with Sam Adams in Boston), Coolsch (German style Kolsch), Chester Copperport (rich treasure of malt and hops)...and more!
Sign up now, limited number of tickets.
Obviously, this event is intended for alumni 21 and over. Current students should be back in school anyway. Right?!
If you'd like to volunteer for this event, please reach out to Jason (contact info below).
Please contact Jason Levy with any questions, comments, or feedback:
Jason Levy, Cornell NorCal Events Director: Jasond.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Who We Are
The Cornell Alumni Association of Northern California, "Cornell Norcal," is an alumni volunteer run organization whose mission is to engage Cornell alumni and to celebrate the spirit of Cornell University here in northern California.
Cornell Norcal was founded in 1979 as a 501©(3) non-profit organization. We represent approximately 15,000 Cornell alumni, students, parents, and friends throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Throughout our 30-year history, we have been fortunate to draw countless alumni volunteers to staff our boards of directors and to plan and host our activities.
What We Do
We bring together Cornellians. We host close to 100 events every year, including lectures, book clubs, rock climbing, happy hours and volunteer events. We also host a listserve, "CAANC-Connect", read by thousands of Cornellians where alumni can post questions regarding job searches, networking, house-hunting and more.
We fund two Cornell endowed scholarships. Cornell Norcal contributes dollars every year to our own scholarship fund that is managed by Cornell University. The funds support Tradition Fellowships that are awarded each year to two deserving Cornell students for their four-year tenure.
We fund and partner with CAAAN. "CAAAN," The Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network is a group of 9,500 proud Cornell alumni who serve as enthusiastic ambassadors to prospective students and families during individidual meetings with freshman applicants, state college fairs, and local receptions for admitted and entering students. CAAAN members not only share their experiences and information about Cornell, but also help to personalize the admissions process for thousands of candidates each year.