Thursday, June 13
New York Times Building
An Evening of Wine, Dinner and Song with the Whiffenpoofs of 1966. To sign up go to: http://tinyurl.com/1966Dinner
A Candid View of the Legal Profession
This panel is the seventh in an illuminating series beneficial for recent grads and seasoned Yalies seeking to learn more about new career paths. All panelists featured in this session are Yale graduates and have experience with either corporate finance/M&A, litigation, or the New York City Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings. The panel will be held in NYC and streamed for a live broadcast to be held on campus in New Haven.
This panel is the 6th in an illuminating series beneficial for recent grads and seasoned Yalies seeking to learn more about new career paths. All panelists featured in this session are either entrepreneurs or Yalies who have been heavily involved with startups and helping entrepreneurs. The panel will be held in NYC and streamed for a live broadcast to be held on campus in New Haven. Check here for more information.
The Yale Club of New York City invites all Yale alumni of the New York City area, to a reception honoring Richard C. Levin for his twenty years as President of Yale University. The reception will feature light hors d'oeuvres and an open bar with beer, wine and soda in the Main Lounge.
Reservations are required so please email email@example.com to reserve your space today.
Class of 1953
New York City Theather Weekend
Friday, Feb 8th – Sunday, Feb 10th 2013
Register online at http://tinyurl.com/1953-nyc-theater2013
Friday, February 8th
The Educational Programs Committee of the Yale Alumni Association of New York is thrilled to present Professor Paul Bracken on the Second Nuclear Age.
A leading international security strategist offers a compelling new way to “think about the unthinkable.”
Eli's Mishpacha Fall Reception and Book Talk.
Please join Eli’s Mishpacha at the Yale Club for the Fall Jewish Alumni Reception and Book Talk with author Gretchen Rubin ’88, ’94 JD and Rabbi Jim Ponet ’68, The Howard M. Holtzmann Jewish Chaplain at Yale.
The cash-bar reception will begin at 6pm, the conversation and book talk — Life’s Big Questions:Happiness, will begin promptly at 7pm.