Bargreen Ellingson presents
UNCF Spring Cooking Series 2016

Saturday, May 07, 2016
About This Event:

May 7 - June 25

11am-1pm

Learn from the best local chefs plus enjoy a great lunch and support UNCF in the Pacific Northwest!

$35/session

Buy 5 sessions for $175 and get one session FREE!

May 7 - Chef Mulu Abate, chef/owner of Lovage (Ethiopian)
May 14 - Chef Phillippe Thomelin, chef/owner of Olivar (Spanish/French)
May 21 - Chef Tarik Abdullah, DJ & cook (Pop-Up Cuisines)
May 28 - Chef Erick Davis-Cline, chef/owner of Blu Chocolat (Caribbean British Isle)
June 4 - Chef Edouardo Jordan, chef/owner of Salare (Contemporary American)
June 11 - No session
June 18 - Chef Harold Fields, sous chef of Space Needle (Pacific NW - Special Father's Day inspired meal)
June 25 - Chef Wayne Johnson, executive chef of Farestart (Mediterranean/Southern)

For more information and to register, please email infoseattle@uncf.org or call (206) 292-8859
Bargreen Ellingson Seattle Test Kitchen
3627 1st Avenue South will be the location of this event.

SAVE THE DATE - UNCF Walk, Run, Bike for Education

Saturday, August 20, 2016

UNCF Portfolio Project 2016-2017
In partnership with the YMCA and Leisure Hour Jr. Golf Program

Saturday, August 27, 2016
About This Event:



Saturday sessions: August 27, 2016 - November 12, 2016

The Portfolio Project provides an 11-week boot camp that guides high school juniors and seniors through the college and scholarship application process. Students will create a portfolio of academic and personal achievements that will help them to make appropriate college choices and apply for scholarships.

During the Portfolio Project, all students are paired with a mentor.

Student and mentor applications will be available at www.uncf.org/PortfolioProject starting April 4, 2016

Application deadline is July 8, 2016

For more information, please call 206-292-8859 or email portfolio.project@uncf.org




UNCF Black College Fair
In partnership with the Northwest African American Museum

Sunday, October 23, 2016
About This Event:




1pm-4pm


At this event, high school students, transfer students, and parents will have the opportunity to meet with recruiters and alumni groups from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs); Pacific Northwest colleges and universities; and local community educational organizations. Speaker panels include HBCU alumni panel and S.T.E.A.M. panel.


For more information, please email infoseattle@uncf.org or visit www.uncf.org/uncfcollegefairseattle starting May 2, 2016 to register
Northwest African American Museum
2300 S. Massachusetts St. will be the location of this event.

SAVE THE DATE - 11th Annual UNCF A Mind Is... Gala

Saturday, February 25, 2017