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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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Local Yale Families Needed to Host 2014 Community Service Summer Fellows
Each year, the Club offers Community Service Summer Fellowships to current Yale undergraduates to spend their summer interning at a nonprofit in the Washington metro area. We're looking for host families for June and July. Requirements include being able to offer the fellow a private bedroom, some meals, and access to public transportation. Interested? Contact René Herbert, '07 MPH, Vice President of Community Service.
Yale Day of Service Site Nominations Are Now Being Accepted!
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Last year, at nearly 280 sites around the world, members of the Yale community helped to make their neighborhoods a better place by participating in the Yale Day of Service. Nominations for local 2014 sites are now being accepted. Contact René Herbert '07 MPH, Vice President of Community Service.
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The 25th Yale Club Congressional Forum
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
The Yale Club of Washington's annual Congressional Forum - now in its 25th year - is the most prominent policy seminar of its kind. Each year, the event features leading Congressional Representatives and Senators from both parties who discuss a wide range of tax, budget, and other policy issues facing the country, as well as the legislative and political outlook.
For more information, click HERE. Registration will be available soon.
Founded in 1874, the goals of the Yale Club of Washington, D.C. are:
Community Service Summer Fellowship Program
Each summer, the Yale Club of Washington places outstanding Yale undergraduates in internships with local non-profits. The Club provides the stipend and arranges housing.
To donate to this important program, a centerpiece of the Club's programming, please click HERE.
All proceeds go to support the work of the Alexandria Seaport Foundation, the Pro Bono Institute, and Iona Senior Services -- the organizations to be supported in summer 2014.
Legal Careers Seminar and Networking Happy Hour
Wednesday, May 12, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
This seminar offers those interested in legal careers, law students, and new and mid-career lawyers sure-fire strategies for cracking the toughest job market in 80 years; tips on enhancing one's credentials to maximize job and career opportunities; twenty-one effective job search techniques to improve one's competitive status; and 800+ areas of employment inside, outside and around the traditional practice of law.
For more information, and to register, click HERE!