SACC-Seattle – http://sacc-seattle.org/
The Swedish-American Chambers of Commerce, Seattle endeavors to facilitate business opportunities, trade, commerce, and investment between the Northwest Region in the USA and Sweden. The goal is to create business opportunities through awareness and dissemination of current and future trends within, but not limited to, industries prominent in the Northwest Region such as Sustainable Development, ICT and Healthcare. The goal is to be the preferred business partner and trade organization in terms of facilitating trade between Sweden and the Northwest Region.
Swedish Cultural Center – http://swedishclubnw.org/
Founded in Seattle in 1892 as the Swedish Club, the Swedish Cultural Center has grown to become a center of Scandinavian activities in the Pacific Northwest.
Our members are not only Swedes and other Scandinavians, but people of many cultural backgrounds.
SWEA – http://seattle.swea.org
SWEA Seattle is part of an international network of Swedish-speaking women. The Seattle chapter was founded in 1990 and has about 110 members today. Our members come from diverse backgrounds and professions and range in age from 18 to 80+. As part of our fundraising, we organize events for our members about once per month. Several of our events celebrate our Swedish holidays and traditions, and others are networking opportunities or social events. Other ways we stay in touch is through this website and through our membership magazine, SWEA Bladet.
Nordic Heritage Museum – http://www.nordicmuseum.org/
Visit a place where history comes alive and contemporary artists and community activities are celebrated with vibrant exhibits and events. Dedicated to collecting, preserving, and educating since its founding in 1980, the Nordic Heritage Museum is the only museum in the United States to honor the legacy of immigrants from the five Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Svenska Skolan – http://www.skolforeningen.org/
Accredited teachers Lena Powers and Stina Cowan founded the Swedish School Association in Seattle in the summer of 1998. The school offers complementary Swedish education according to the Swedish Board of Education’s curriculum to children who speak Swedish. All education takes place at The Swedish Cultural Center in Seattle once a week for 2.5 hours.
Skandia Folkdance Society – http://www.skandia-folkdance.org
Where to learn Swedish:
University of Washington Scandinavian Department – http://depts.washington.edu/scand/
Pacific Lutheran University – http://www.plu.edu/
Swedish Club – http://swedishclubnw.org/Events/classes.htm