Be a Mentee or a Mentor to a Yale Alum
Through the Yale Club of D.C.!
The Yale Club of D.C. Mentoring Program provides alumni the opportunity to both serve as mentors to Yale alums as well as seek out mentors through our vast alumni network in the Washington, D.C. area . The program, which is free to join, simply asks that mentors and mentees touch base and make time for at least one in-person meeting in the three months following the mentor/mentee connection. Depending upon specified interests, mentors may be assigned as many as four mentees; mentees may be assigned more than one mentor.
All interested alumni please click Be a Mentee or Mentor with the Yale Club of D.C.
The New Yale Club of
Washington, D.C. Board Members!
The Yale Environmental Sustainability Summit (YESS)
Nov 6 - 7, 2015
Hosted at the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the School of Management, YESS is a call to action and an opportunity to engage with 400 Yale alumni, faculty and students in an innovative, two-day interactive summit to discuss scalable solutions at the nexus of food, energy, and water. The summit will feature keynote speakers, organized panels, and breakout sessions and will engage the Yale community as well as world-renowned experts.
Check out Team Yale's Project in the Department of Energy's Biennial Solar Decathlon!
Alumni Schools Committee
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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. Join today!
Davis A. Buckley, B.Arch ’71
Davis A. Buckley, B.Arch ’71, possesses expert knowledge of the design of commemorative architecture, particularly in urban and historical contexts. His sensitive designs have been recognized with over 35 design awards.
Davis came to Washington after receiving an appointment from the U.S. House of Representatives where he completed a much lauded study, allowing Congress to optimize their existing work space and, where possible, obtain additional work space through historically sensitive intervention.
In 1979, Davis established the firm that bears his name and has worked on a wide range of projects including: educational facilities, national museums and memorials, historic preservation, master planning, hotels, corporate offices, mixed-use projects and medical facilities. He designed the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, a 3 acre memorial in Judiciary Square to honor the local, state and federal law officers killed in the line of duty and the National Japanese American Memorial, a 33,000 SF memorial adjacent to the US Capitol to commemorate the patriotism of Japanese Americans during World War II. He also designed the restoration of the entrance and stair hall, kitchen and exterior of the Stephen Decatur House Museum, an 1818 structure on Lafayette Square.
Davis was elevated to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 2005. Davis explains that the Yale School of Architecture encouraged collaboration between faculty and students. “Faculty at the time included Dean Charles W Moore, Denise Scott-Brown, Robert Venturi, Bucky Fuller, urban theorist Serge Chermayeff and James Sterling - all iconic architects who made significant contributions to architecture.
Indeed, those years at Yale formed my character and my passion for Civic Architecture. Since then, I have followed this passion and have had the honor to design two National Memorials. It is my hope that these memorials touch the very soul of an individual, a community, and the country. I am thankful and honored to have studied at Yale.”
Be a Mentor to a Yale Student in D.C. for the Summer!
The Yale in D.C. Summer Buddy Program provides alumni in the Capital area the opportunity to mentor a Yale student who is in Washington, D.C. for the summer. The program simply asks that you touch base with the student and make the time for one meeting (lunch, coffee, etc.) in June, July, or early August.
All interested alumni please click the link below:
Yale in DC Summer Buddy Program
Host a Lunch with the Yale in D.C. Summer Cohort
The Yale in D.C. Summer Coordinator is looking for eager alumni who can host a meal for a group of Yale students here in D.C. for the summer. They are hopeful to have multiple lunches (or dinners) throughout the summer with engaging alumni who can shed light for them on the path after Yale. Enthusiastic and interested alumni please contact Abrar Omeish at email@example.com.
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