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Maritime Industry Mixer

APL Spain container ship silhouetted against the Seattle skyline at sunset (Credit: Port of Seattle image by Don Wilson)
Join Pacific Lutheran University's Center for Graduate and Continuing Education for an evening of music, networking, and camaraderie. Co-hosted by Foster Pepper, PLLC, at their beautiful downtown Seattle offices, the event will be an opportunity to connect with peers and leaders in the local maritime industry.
The evening will feature

  • Live music, featuring Shyan Selah
  • Catered appetizers and wine, featuring FareStart
  • Comments on industry training needs from local industry leaders
  • Networking with guests from the Northwest Seaport Alliance and more

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Date: November 17, 2016

Time: 6 – 8p

Location:
1111 3rd Ave #3000
Seattle, WA 98101

Cost: $15

Host Program: Certificate in Maritime Management

Sponsors* include
TATOOSH Distillery and Spirits logo
Blue text on white background: "MacMILLAN-PIPER" above "MP"
Featured Performer: Shyan Selah

Black and white medium shot of Shyan SelahShyan Selah is a Kentucky-born/Seattle-raised Singer-Songwriter and Multi-Genre Music Artist with over 15 years of producing, recording and performing Rock & Roll, Hip Hop, Soul, Blues, and Jazz music. He is currently touring the United States and other territories with his exclusive new music project, Cafe Noir, which is featured as a special live performance experience in select Starbucks stores throughout the country. His current album, Cafe Noir Live, is now available worldwide.

Selah was previously featured in Pacific Lutheran University’s Music Industry Careers: In Conversation and In Concert.

Mixed gender group standing in front of a ship, wearing orange safety vests.
View of blue crane at Port of Tacoma from below.
Cargo at Port of Tacoma on right in foreground, with people in orange safety vests in background.

*Promote your organization via a small sponsor donation and receive special recognition in the program, at the event, or in other materials. Contact Saralyn Smith (253-535-7722 or ce@plu.edu) for more information.