Never stop learning—it's an unofficial motto at Penn. Penn to You, is designed to bring Penn alumni, parents, and friends together for an evening of intellectual and social engagement.
 
Join us as President Amy Gutmann and Penn students take the stage for a live conversation. Hear the student stories and experience firsthand the power and promise of Penn Compact 2020. Let the conversations begin!
 
Save the date for Alumni Weekend, May 12-15, 2017! We're excited for another record-breaking year. Mark your calendar and book your hotel, rooms sell out quick! Registration will open in early 2017.
Online Book Club
Join Penn alumni for an online book club covering professional development and personal growth topics related to careers and leadership. The book club connects through a private LinkedIn Group where people can discuss the current book and network with each other. Join today!
Libraries Acquire Franklin’s Formative First Publication
The Pennsylvania Gazette: The only copy of Franklin's first printing job acquired by Penn Libraries. Read more.
PennLink
Looking for a job or internship? Access PennLink, using your PennKey username and password. For more information, visit the Penn Career Services website

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    Penn Alumni Travel: Waterways of Holland & Belgium

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    Come celebrate the beauty of Holland and Belgium in springtime, when Holland's breathtaking tulip fields are in bloom.  Learn More »

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    3:30 PM to 5:00 PMParkour Visions
    Have you ever dreamed of being on American Ninja Warrior? Now is your chance to practice your parkour skills, as the Penn Club of Seattle takes a private class at Parkour Visions. In this 90-minute session, which requires no experience, we'll learn the fundamentals of safe and efficient movement so that we can apply those lessons to a game or obstacle course at the end. Techniques covered include running, jumping, falling, and vaulting.
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