Yale Young Alums - yale young alums at james hobana bar  

ThirstyThursday, Jan 29, 2015
      6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 
        James Hobans Bar
      1 Dupont Circle       
       Washington, D.C. 
Join your fellow Yale Young Alums for our monthly happy hours at James Hobans Bar. 

Come grab some drinks with your fellow DC bulldogs next Thursday night, January 29th, from 6-9pm at James Hobans! Happy hour specials - we will be posted up in the back bar!


See you then!



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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.    Join today


U.S. Marine Corps 2nd Lieutenants Clifford Foreman '12 and Ashley Sloan '10 


Yale Graduates and US Marine Corps 2nd Lieutenants Clifford Foreman (2012) and Ashley Sloan (2010) in a photo following their Fall 2014 graduation from The Basic School (TBS) for Marine Corps Officers at Quantico, Virginia. 

Foreman - Sloan

Clifford, from Washington, DC and a St Albans gradu-ate went on to be selected student Com-mandant and then the Honored Graduate by his peers in the Infantry Officer Class (IOC) at Quantico.  He takes command in late January 2015 of an infantry platoon which will deploy out of Camp Pendleton, California.  

Ashley, a lawyer, attended the Judge Advocate General (JAG) School in Newport, RI and, starting in late January, will be stationed as a Marine Corps lawyer in Miramar, California. 



Educational travel

Antietam, South Mountain & Gettysburg

June 24-28, 2015

with Yale Ph.D. from Gettysburg College

Community Service Questions? Contact René Herbert, '07 MPH, Vice President of Community Service.  

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 governmental spheres of activity.

  • To bring a knowledge 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.
  • Learn more

Nominate a Non-Profit for the Yale Club's Community Service Summer Fellowship Program!

The Yale Club of Washington will award Community Service Summer Fellowships to current Yale undergraduates who will spend the summer of 2015 interning at non-profit organizations in the Washington metropolitan area.


The Club is currently soliciting applications from organizations interested in hosting an enthusiastic and committed Yale undergraduate intern. Hosting an intern requires no financial obligation on behalf of the non-profit, as the Club will be responsible for the intern's stipend and organizing housing.


If your organization is interested in hosting a Community Service Fellow during the summer of 2015, please fill out the application form. The deadline is Saturday, November 22, 2014.


If you cannot host an intern this summer, please consider making a year-end donation to the program.

For questions about the Community Service Fellowship Program, contact René Herbert, 07 MPH, Vice President of Community Service.


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