Join the Yale African American Affinity Group, LGBTQ Affinity Group, Yale Latino Networking Group, Future Leaders of Yale, DiversAbility at Yale, Chi Omicron Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and Yale Police Department for a winter clothing drive.

The drive will benefit Loaves & Fishes, James Hillhouse High School, New Haven Works, and Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen.

Stop by one of our 10 collection sites around campus to drop off your donation items now through Friday, December 10th, or visit our online registry.

Join the Future Leaders of Yale, Yale African American Affinity Group, and Yale Latino Networking Group virtually for an informative session with Elisabeth Anton on retirement planning.

The most effective long-term retirement planning requires a tax-diversified approach to investment strategies that ensure your retirement income is sufficient to meet your needs. Even the smallest financial decisions made now can impact you and your family for years, decades, and generations to come.

Join the Yale African American Affinity Group for a National Work & Family Month Discussion with Camille J. Cooper, Ed.D. Camille will discuss the benefits of having a healthy work and family life balance. Today, our families come in all shapes and sizes. Between work, family, and personal life, we all face many responsibilities every day. Which is why finding a healthy balance among them all is so important.

Are you interested to find out more about the Affinity Federal Credit Union? Then join Yale’s 8 affinity groups and WorkLife for an Affinity Federal Credit Union Webinar– Banking Built for You! Register for the webinar today!

Learn about Affinity Federal Credit Union’s products and services, including:

Have you ever had a difficult time understanding and relating to certain people? Have you found some relationships to be too difficult to tolerate? Are some people simply impossible to work with or be friends with or just plain mean? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get along with others better? If no one bothered you? We have a workshop for you!

Join the Yale African American Affinity Group and the National Alliance on Mental Illness for a follow up conversation on mental health, wellness, and the impact on the family and in the workplace in the Black/African community.

Important conversations regarding the mental health and wellness of Black people are being brought to the surface in a time when the world is grappling with its long-standing history of systematic racism, protests against police brutality, and COVID-19. Join the Yale African American Affinity Group for a discussion about mental health in the Black community.  Jameela Jackson, Mackenzie Davis, and Leonard Jahad will provide a platform where Black individuals can authentically listen, learn, and share. 

Please join in our monthly YAAA Steering Committee Meetings. These meetings are an opportunity to hear about what has been happening with YAAA and what is in the works. We welcome all those who are interested in getting involved and sharing their ideas.

Join the Yale African American Affinity Group for a book club discussion of The Other Black Girl: A Novel by Zakiya Dalila Harris. Register by Friday, September 3rd for your chance to win a free copy of the book!

Copies of the book can also be purchased at peoplegetreadybooks.com or your favorite local bookstore.

We don’t always get to choose the people we work with, nor the circumstances. We do, however, get to choose how we handle the relationships with the people we work with and how we manage the circumstances. No matter how talented, gifted, or experienced, and no matter what role we serve or title we carry, our level of success is not measured based on the work we produce; it is measured based on the relationships we build.

Subscribe to RSS - Faculty