South Seattle College's Center for International Education provides many activities and events for students to get involved in the Seattle community. Students can find more information here for upcoming events and sign up below.
Check back often for updated information about upcoming events and don't forget to check out our Google calendar of events!
Woodland Park Zoo
Come visit the exotic animals that live at the Woodland Park Zoo! The zoo has nearly 1,100 animals that represent 300 different species from tiny insects to the largest mammals! Travel through the tropical rainforest to see lemurs, ocelots, gorillas, or head to the African Savanna to see giraffes, ostriches, and hippopotamuses. There is plenty to see and do at the Woodland Park Zoo!
Friday July 25th l 12:00 PM
*Meet at the Starbucks at 1st Avenue and Pike St. at 11:00 AM
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CIE Summer 2014 BBQ
Come out to the beach with The Center for International Education! We are excited to host a traditional American BBQ for everyone who comes. We will have food for everyone and tons of beach games and lots of fun. Come out, relax, and enjoy a BBQ with your friends!
Friday August 1st | 11:00am-2:00pm
Meet at Alki Beach (62nd Ave and Alki)
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Become an International AmbassadorCome and support the incoming students for Fall quarter. We are searching for highly qualified and highly motivated students to welcome and support the almost 90 incoming students we are expecting. Make new friends from all over the world and have lots of fun doing it!
Monday, September 8, 11:30am-4:30pm
Monday, September 15, 8:00am-4:30pm
Applications Due by 12:00pm Monday, August 4
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Seattle Street Food Festival
Come out and enjoy the Night Market and Seattle Street Food Festival in Capitol Hill. There will be over 50 local street food vendors and urban crafts that show off the Northwest's diverse street food culture.
Saturday, August 9th, 2014
Meet at the Starbucks on 3rd Avenue and Pike St at 11:30 AM
Rattlesnake Ledge Hike
Get out of the city and enjoy some fresh mountain air on the Rattlesnake Ledge hike. This easy to medium difficulty hike is about four miles long round trip and at the top you look over beautiful Rattlesnake Lake and the Snoqualmie River valley. No matter your hiking experience everyone is welcome to come. The Rattlesnake hike is a bit challenging but it is something that everyone can conquer!
Friday, August 15th, 2014 l 10:00 AM
Meet at the North Parking Lot on campus at 9:45 AM.