Clubs

Information about Yale affiliated regional Clubs.

Major Cities

Did you know that nearly half of Yale alumni live in seven major metropolitan areas? As part of the Strategic Plan, the AYA has made an effort to increase support to clubs in the "major cities," even as we explore how to better serve all alumni, including our international graduates and affiliates. Use the links below to find club information from the seven major cities.

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Suggested Speakers & Topics

Below is a partial list of speakers and possible topics. Click on a name for information about that speaker, or on a school/department link for additional ideas. Click here for details on how to request a speaker for your Yale Club event through the AYA-Redpath Speakers Program.
 

AYA-Redpath Speakers Program

The AYA-Redpath Speakers Program sends current Yale faculty and administrators to speak to alumni at Yale Club luncheons, receptions, annual dinners and other special events. We look forward to working with you to find the right speaker for your needs.  We are very pleased to have support from the Robert U. Redpath Jr. ’28 Fund to make this important program possible.
 

Popular Club Programs

No two Yale Clubs offer exactly the same range of programs, but the ones listed here are among the most popular around the world.

 

Yale Clubs

Over 120 domestic and 40 international Yale Clubs and Associations help alumni connect “for the greater good.” These regional groups of Yale alumni, students, parents and friends are run by volunteers and reflect Yale's core values of education, community, and service.

Connect with friends old and new, continue lifelong learning, give back to your local community and explore professional opportunities, all the while helping to enhance Yale's reputation where you are. Make use of this valuable resource when you travel or move!

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