The Dartmouth Club of Los Angeles organizes a wide range of activities for our highly diverse alumni base and their families.
Reservations and cancellations to DCLA events are most easily made online by all registered users of this website. Reservations and cancellations can also be placed by email at email@example.com.
Date: Thursday, January 11th - Saturday, February 17th
Time: 1:59pm - 1:59pm
Place: Los Angeles
4533 Laurel Canyon Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91607
Cost: Free for Everyone
With early decision applications up 13.5%, Dartmouth Admissions needs your help more than ever to interview the high-quality applicants for the class of 2022 and provide them with a more personal feel for each applicant.
Alumni interviewers serve a critical role in the process, offering a better understanding of an applicant’s character and often helping Admissions to make razor-thin decisions between an admit and denial. In addition, alumni interviewers are often an applicant's first real connection with the College so you play a crucial role in helping applicants truly understand what makes Dartmouth so special.
You can schedule the interviews at your convenience, including via Skype or Facetime, or volunteer to attend one of the super-interview sessions where you can show up and meet multiple applicants. In just an hour of your time, you can meet with one of these impressive applicants and learn about their accomplishments, while sharing what makes Dartmouth unique.
To volunteer to meet these superstars, please email your name, graduation year, and area where you’d like to interview to Interview@dartmouthla.org. We will help get you set up to interview and answer any questions you might have.
Super Interview Opportunities:
The Valleys (San Fernando, Conejo, and Santa Clarita):
Hosting super interview nights at Campbell Hall in Studio City on January 25th, January 31st, and February 12th from 7 to 10pm. Contact Kim Buresh ’90 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Long Beach/South LA:
Hosting super interview events on February 1st and February 5th for the South/Central Los Angeles regions at Jordan High School in North Long Beach, near the 91 and 710 freeways. Contact Becky Yamarik ’95 at email@example.com
RSVP REQUIRED: February 10th
Downtown LA/East LA:
Hosting super interview nights in Downtown LA. Contact Kim Buresh ’90 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosting super interview nights in El Segundo and Palos Verdes. Contact Ed Lear ‘83 at email@example.com or Wade Welch ‘83 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosting a super interview day on January 21 from 9am-1:30pm in San Bernardino. Skype or Facetime interviewers also welcome. Contact Stacey Davis ’99 at email@example.com
Super interview events TBD
Skype or Facetime interviewers welcome
Date: Saturday, January 27th
Time: 11:30am - 4:00pm
Place: CTRL Collective - Downtown LA
833 S Spring St, Floor 4, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Cost: $20 for Member, $35 for Non-Member, $20 for Parent Member, $10 for Student Member, $15 for Young Alum Member ($15 for Dartmouth Young Alumni (undergrad 2008-2017). $20 for Dartmouth Alumni, Parents, Spouses, Tuck Bridge or Tuck Next Step Program Graduates. $10 for current Dartmouth Students. $35 for non-Dartmouth affiliation.)
You are cordially invited to attend Dartmouth Entrepreneurs On Display in Los Angeles 2018 on Saturday, January 27, 2018 - a unique way to celebrate the Dartmouth community during Los Angeles' fastest growing Festival, the Night on Broadway.
Begin your afternoon at CTRL Collective - Downtown LA with lunch from Blaze Pizza and mingle with fellow alumni. Experience 3 great curated conversations with innovators and entrepreneurs in the Dartmouth Community. Closing remarks include beverages provided by Bev. Finish the evening exploring the festival or with a pong tournament next door at the Los Angeles Biergarten.
11:30AM - 1:00 PM: Free Lunch sponsored by Blaze Pizza / Registration / Coffee / Networking
1:00PM: Panel 1 - Early Stage Startup Experience Discussion and Q&A
Moderated by Brian Nickerson '00 of Magic Links
2:00PM: Panel 2 - Next Generation Technologies and Economies Discussion and Q&A
Moderated by Pasadena City Councilman Andy Wilson '88 of Innovate Pasadena
3:00PM: Capstone Fireside Chat - The Entrepreneurial Challenges of Leading a Late Stage Company
Speakers Jim Mizes '78 of Blaze Pizza & Dave Hodess '84 of GameFly
3:30PM: Closing Remarks and Beverages Compliments of Bev
4:00PM: Networking and Pong Gathering at the Los Angeles Biergarten (next door) or Enjoy the Night on Broadway Festival
For More Info & To Purchase Tickets: https://dartmouthentrepreneursla.splashthat.com/
We hope you can join us for this exciting event on Saturday, January 27, 2018!RSVP
Date: Sunday, February 18th
Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Place: Diesel, A Bookstore
225 26th St #33, Santa Monica, CA 90402
Cost: Free for Everyone
Shelley Drake is a Dartmouth alumna (Class of 1983) and will give a book talk in Santa Monica, CA on Sunday February 18 at 3:00pm at Diesel Bookstore, Brentwood location.
Event Info: Shelley Drake will speak about her new book published by University of Washington Press titled The Art of Resistance: Painting by Candlelight in Mao’s China. The book is about secret art by painters in China who were persecuted during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976). For more information, see the link.
Dartmouth Alumni Gathering Afterwards: After the book talk/signing, it will be followed by a Dartmouth gathering at Amy Iorio's place..
Bio: Shelley Hawks is a writer and historian in Concord, MA who teaches art history at Middlesex Community College. She has also taught at Mount Holyoke College, Boston University, UMASS-Boston, and Rhode Island School of Design. She is a Dartmouth Class of ’83 and has a masters in Asia regional studies from Harvard and a doctorate in history from Brown.RSVP REQUIRED: February 17th
Date: Saturday, February 24th
Time: 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Place: Thunder Studios
20434 South Santa Fe Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90810
Cost: $50 for Everyone (Early Bird $50 until January 31, 2018. Dartmouth Alumni Receive 25 Extra Casino Chips.)
Join us for a fun night of dinner, dancing, cocktails, casino gambling, and silent auction at one of Southern California's premier movie studios, all to benefit the Lupus Foundation of America. Lupus is an autoimmune disease that affects 1.5 million people living in the United States.
When Josie Pearce '20 was fifteen, she was diagnosed with this debilitating disease. She was a sophomore at Los Alamitos High School and suddenly her world changed forever. Josie came to terms with her diagnosis with help from family, friends, and the Lupus Foundation of America. She soon realized her experience could be used to help others suffering from the same disease, so she became involved with this foundation.
Josie '20, now a sophomore at Dartmouth, is working with the Lupus Foundation of America to be a warrior against lupus by hosting "CHIP" to Make a Difference. Josie is the reigning Miss Berlin-Gorham, NH. She is competing in the Miss NH Pageant of the Miss America organization at the end of April in Derry, NH where her platform is combatting Lupus.
Join Josie, her family and friends, and Dartmouth alumni as she raises funds, raises awareness, and helps put an end to this cruel and mysterious disease.
Ticket includes dinner, dancing, drinks, and casino gambling. Dartmouth alumni receive 25 extra casino chips! Early bird price of $50 until January 31st.
Thank you for your support! For information on sponsoring a casino table for the event, please contact Tracy Pearce P'20 at firstname.lastname@example.org