Welcome to the Seattle regional network

With more than 10,000 OSU alumni in the area, Seattle is a great place to be a Beaver! Meet Oregon Staters in your neighborhood, attend an event, make business connections or volunteer to increase OSU's presence in the Puget Sound area.

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Hello Seattle area Beavers,

As your Regional Network Director and fellow OSU Alumnus I can’t tell you how excited I am to expand our presence in the region. I am a firm believer that the connections and friendships we make truly enhance the quality of our lives, and it’s our role at OSUAA to help facilitate these relationships between alumni.


Consider this page your home base for Beaver activity in the Seattle region. Watch for updates on exciting events and programs taking place in your area, and opportunities to volunteer with OSUAA.

As we continue to develop our Seattle regional alumni network, we will need committed and passionate volunteers to help us expand our presence in the region. I look forward to connecting with our current active volunteers, and those who may be interested in getting involved for the first time.

I encourage you to contact me if you have any creative ideas for events, group outings, or if you just want to chat about your experience at OSU and life after graduation. I can be reached by email at aaron.kerosky@oregonstate.edu, or by phone at (503) 553-3431.

Thank you, and go Beavs!
Aaron Kerosky ’12
Regional Network Director
(503) 553-3431

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OSU family picnic at Lake Marymoor

Sam the Balance ManSquires familyWhat's a picnic without food?Local volunteers made it happen

Puget Sound area families and friends gathered in July for a renewal of our annual picnic tradition. Much fun was had by sun-drenched Beavers of all ages. Thanks to Tim Large, "volunteer" photographer. For more photos, check out our Facebook album.