The Northwestern Alumni Association invites you to participate in Dinner with Twelve. For the summer session, July 26 -28, current undergraduate, graduate students, and alumni are welcome to register as guests. This fun Northwestern tradition is a wonderful opportunity for you to engage with alumni and students in an informal setting within your region.

Alumni will host each dinner for 6 to 12 guests either in their home or another location, such as a restaurant. Our goal for each dinner is to build community by developing new friendships among 12 “strangers.”

The registration will open in June for guests. Please e-mail careers@northwestern.edu with any questions.

See a list of cities where alumni are hosting dinners below.

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US

  • Bay Area: Alameda (East End), Moraga (Sanders Beach), Mountain View (Whisman), Oakland (Crocker Highlands), Oakland (Temescal), Palo Alto (Professorville), San José (Cambrian), San Francisco (Dogpatch), San Francisco (Tenderloin), San Francisco (Inner Sunset)
  • Boston: Brookline (Coolidge Corner), East Cambridge, Franklin (Wadsworth)
  • Chicago: Bucktown, Buena Park, Evanston, Geneva (Kane County), Glencoe, Lakeview, Lincoln Bend, Long Grove, Naperville (Brighton Ridge), Roscoe Village, Streeterville
  • Denver: Castle Rock (South Denver)
  • Los Angeles: Culver City, Highland Park, Mission Viejo, Palms, Redondo Beach, Sherman Oaks
  • New York: Brooklyn, East Village, Greenfield Hill (Fairfield, CT), Stamford (Fairfield County, CT), South Wilton (Wilton, CT), Stuytown / East Village, Union Square, Upper West Side
  • San Antonio: Alamo Heights
  • Seattle: Bothell (Woodridge)
  • Washington, DC: Alexandria (Marlan Forrest), Hill East, U Street (Shaw)
  • INTERNATIONAL

    • Geneva, Switzerland: Eaux Vives, Prangins (Nyon)
    • Shanghai, China: West Nanjing Road, Xuhui
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