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THE Game! Yale vs. Harvard Watch Party 2017

 Saturday, November 18, 2017

Doors open 11:30am

Kickoff - 12:30pm

The Continental Lounge 

 Ivy/Seven Sisters Indoor Mixed Doubles Tennis Party Fall 2017 

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Doors open 6:45pm

Play begins - 7:00pm

Four Seasons Tennis Club

Ivy Singles at City Tavern

Harvest Soiree 2017

Friday, November 17, 2017


City Tavern 

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Yale alumni in the D.C. area participate in several team sports leagues as part of the Capital Alumni Network (CAN).  We encourage alumni to join and play, or at least come cheer us on as we take on alumni squads from over 70 other colleges!


 Be a Mentee or a Mentor to a Yale Alum through the Yale Club of D.C.!


altThe Yale Club of D.C. Mentoring Program provides alumni the opportunity to both serve as  mentors to Yale alums as well as seek out mentors through our vast alumni network in the Washington, D.C. area.  The program, which is free to join, simply asks that mentors and mentees touch base and make time for at least one in-person meeting in the three months following the mentor/mentee connection.  Depending upon specified interests, mentors may be assigned as many as four mentees; mentees may be assigned more than one mentor. 


All interested alumni please click Be a Mentee or Mentor with the Yale Club of D.C. 


Yale Alumni College Fall Courses



Three Courses in October and November 2017 Kramerbooks and Afterwords Cafe

1517 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036







All graduates of Yale University (undergraduate,  graduate, and professional), Yale educators, students, and their parents are invited  to take part in shaping the life and direction of the Yale Club of Washington, D.C.





Membership in the Club offers an exciting and unique opportunity to be part of the large, diverse and active Yale community in the greater Washington metropolitan area.



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Founded in 1874, the goals of the Yale Club of Washington, D.C. are: 

  • To promote the welfare and influence of Yale University, and its tradition of service in private and govern-mental spheres of activity.
  • To bring aknowledge of Yale to potential college students in the greater Washington area, assist the University in selecting those to be admitted from the area, and to assist students by providing a financial scholarship program. 
  • To provide Yale alumni in the Washington metropolitan area with a variety of programs and with opportunities to meet together to reconnect and support the Club.


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