Connect with Pinchot

Connect with Pinchot

We love to meet new people who are committed to the common good. Here are some ways you can get to know the Pinchot community face-to-face. Email us at admissions@pinchot.edu to connect or request more information about our offerings.

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Seattle Campus Visit

Join us at our Seattle Campus at 220 & Change in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of downtown Seattle, Washington to listen, learn and participate in a real classroom session.

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Sustainable Saturday

Come to IslandWood on Bainbridge Island, Washington and experience a day at a weekend BGI at Pinchot intensive! Meet current students and faculty, participate in classes, and hear from the Change Agents in Residence.

Discover upcoming visits.

 

Open Houses

Meet and mingle with members of the BGI community at our Seattle Learning Site. Discuss your passion for sustainability with current students, faculty, and staff while learning about our programs. Our winter 2014 open house is just around the corner!

Discover upcoming visits.

 

Webinars

Join Pinchot Admissions and a special faculty guest for an information session in webinar format. Webinars are 40 minutes in length and held at convenient times. Structure will include a preview of our programs and an overview of sustainable business or organizational leadership. We’ll also share real work of our students and alumni in these fields. Click here to register for an upcoming webinar.

 

Other Events

Pinchot hosts and partners on numerous events every month. These include the Net Impact BGI series and the Building a Sustainable Economy series hosted on Bainbridge Island, WA. If you’re interested in attending any of these or other events we’re involved with please get in touch, we’d love to connect!

 

Local Business and Organization Visits

We offer a customized Breakfast or Lunchtime MBA Visit program for area businesses and organizations. We’ll work with your organization to bring a BGI faculty member to speak about sustainable business or a related topic as well as an overview of BGI programs. For more information and to set up a Breakfast or Lunchtime MBA Visit for your team please contact Becca Balyeat & Kathleen Glazier at admissions@pinchot.edu or (206) 855-9559.

 

Coffee Date

Want to talk with an Admissions officer one-on-one? Let’s get together for coffee to discuss your background and how BGI could be a fit for you. Email us or call 206.855.1215 to connect.

 

Pinchot
220 Second Avenue S Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98104

Email · info@pinchot.edu
Phone · 206-855-9559
Fax · 206-682-0504

Admissions Office
admissions@pinchot.edu
Office · 206.855.1215

Becca Balyeat
becca.balyeat@pinchot.edu

 

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