Public Service Fellowships Information Session

Join Dwight Hall and friends for a Public Service Fellowship information session on Wednesday, December 1st at 7:30 pm EST on Zoom. We will be discussing available public service fellowship opportunities for undergraduates and postgraduate opportunities, as well as suggestions for writing a strong fellowship application. There will be an opportunity to connect with Yale’s […]

YANA Networking & Fundraising Evening

YANA Networking & Fundraising Evening Back by popular demand, YANA will be hosting another networking session with breakout rooms based on topical areas of interest. Come meet fellow Yalies to explore career areas or share resources and ideas. Tuesday, December 7 | 6:30 PM ET REGISTER

YANA Tea with Jitasa founder, Jeff Russell

You Are Invited to a YANA Evening Tea Jeff Russell SOM '08 Founder & CEO, Jitasa Join the Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance for an intimate Evening Tea with Jeff Russell SOM ‘08, Founder and CEO of Jitasa, a certified B-Corporation that offers bookkeeping and accounting services exclusively to nonprofits, and author of Do What You […]

Advancing Educational Success for Under-Resourced Students & How You Can Help

Join us for a conversation about how we advance the success of under-resourced students. How do we define educational success? What challenges exist at each juncture along the educational journey -- entering college, as an undergraduate, and post-collegiate -- and how are higher ed academic institutions providing resources and services to support success and ensure […]

“Two Fearless Champions of the Environment” YANA Town Hall

Two Fearless Champions of the Environment YANA Town Hall The Yale Club of New York City In-Person & Virtual Wednesday, January 26 | 6:30 PM EST All welcome to attend; Registration required Urban parks and natural areas have never been more important for our collective sanity than during Covid. On January 26th, two alums from the Yale […]

2021 Yale Alumni Recognition Awards Ceremony

Please join us for a celebration of this year’s YAA Leadership Awards, Alumni Schools Committee Service Awards, Yale Alumni Fund Chair's Awards, and YAA Board of Governors Excellence Awards for alumni groups and programs. Together, we will congratulate these outstanding volunteers and groups for their efforts on behalf of Yale and their communities.

“Stories of Afghan Refugees: Hope in Resettlement” Panel

Stories of Afghan Refugees: Hope in Resettlement YANA Panel Tuesday, February 15 | 6:30 PM EST Since the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan in August 2021, the US evacuated more than 75,000 Afghans to the United States. This is truly a historic effort, second in scale only to the Vietnamese resettlement in the 1970’s and […]

“Healing Through Compassion and Community” YANA Virtual Town Hall

ADDICTION RECOVERY Healing Through Compassion and Community YANA Virtual Town Hall Wednesday, February 23 | 6:30 PM EST All welcome to attend; Registration required Addiction in the US was already at a crisis level when Covid struck. The pandemic fueled an increase in financial insecurity and social isolation, triggering a surge in addiction rates. On […]

Yale’s Common Good & Creative Careers Networking Event

We invite you to participate in Yale’s Common Good & Creative Careers Networking Event taking place virtually on Friday, March 4th from 1:00pm-4:00pm ET.  This event provides your organization a unique opportunity to engage with talented Yale students who are interested in learning about opportunities within Non-Profits, Education, Government and the Arts. With 38% of Yale College […]

“What is Public Art?” Panel

What is Public Art? YANA Panel Thursday, March 24 | 5 PM PDT // 8 PM EDT All welcome to attend; Registration required Why does it matter to society, what counts and how do artists reflect upon its power to engage audiences? When foundations are involved, how do they decide which art and artists to […]

“COVID-19: Turning Pain into Purpose” Panel

COVID-19: Turning Pain into Purpose  When COVID struck two years ago, two courageous Yalies saw and seized the opportunity to transform adversity into positive social change. Kristin Urquiza ’03 started Marked By COVID to give a voice to the voiceless after the tragic and unnecessary death of her father Mark Urquiza from the disease. Liam Elkind ’22 launched Invisible Hands to deliver groceries, […]

Regional Differences in U.S. Climate Change YANA Panel

On the eve of Earth Day, join us for an exceptional webinar sponsored by the YANA Bay Area and New England chapters and Yale BlueGreen U.S. Climate Change: Regional Differences & How to Prepare for What's Ahead National Webinar Thursday, April 21 | 6:45 PM EDT All welcome to attend; Registration required We’re already living […]