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LWTech Foundation

West Building 
W302
11605 132nd Avenue NE
Kirkland, WA 98034-8506 
(425) 739-8134 (phone)
(425) 739-8301 (fax)

foundation@lwtech.edu

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WINE DINNER SERIES 

2016 LWTech Winter Wine Dinner LWTech Wine Dinner

Friday, June 3, 2016
6:30 - 9:30 PM 

 

The Wine Dinner Series is a collaborative effort between: the LWTech Foundation and the Culinary and Baking Programs. Proceeds from this event are used to support student scholarships, participation in educational competitions such as the Culinary Knowledge Bowl, opportunities to study abroad and program development.


Theme:
"Spring and Summer Bounty"

Cost: $95/person

RSVP Date: May 30, 2016

Reserve your tickets today!

 

About LWTech Foundation

Other Giving Opportunities

The LWTech Foundation supports student success and educational excellence by raising critical funds for student scholarships, program support and the student emergency fund.

There are several opportunities to make a tax deductible gift to the LWTech Foundation.

 

Foundation Scholarships

The LWTech Foundation proudly offers a variety of merit and need-based scholarships for students enrolled or enrolling at Lake Washington Institute of Technology in the Fall and Spring of each academic year. 

 

LWTech 2016 Distinguished Alumni AwardDistinguished Alumni Award

Established by the Office of the President in 2013, this is the highest honor the institution can bestow upon an alumnus in recognition of professional accomplishments as well as service to the College and/or the community.

For more information visit the Distinguished Alumni Award.

 

 

HISTORY

The Lake Washington Institute of Technology was originally launched as an adult education program in 1949 by the Lake Washington School District. "Friends of the VocTech" was formed in the early 1980's to meet the needs state and local funding sources could not meet and to provide a focus for volunteer activities.

Lake Washington VocTech became part of the state community college system in 1991. The VocTech changed its name to the Lake Washington Technical College and the Friends organization re-established to form the Lake Washington College Foundation.

The Foundation is recognized as a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation by the state of Washington and the Internal Revenue Service. A board of directors meets regularly to oversee the activities of the Foundation, review donations and financial reports, designate scholarships, and plan fundraising.

The Director of the Foundation provides management and leadership for investment, donor contracts, fundraising activities, and coordination with the college program and scholarship needs.