From the Association of Yale Alumni Yale alumni love helping other Yalies. Come to an inspiring, upcoming, alumni-led event—one that will make you see careers in an entirely new way. On Friday evening, November 2 and Saturday, November 3 you’ll network with dozens of Yale alums whose careers transform community activism, government, education, finance, food, health, immigration, journalism/media, philanthropy, sustainability—and many more fields. You’ll enjoy good food and learn from Yalies whose careers have taken them to New Haven government, Collaboratory, CommonGround, CT Green Building Council, Demos, Development4Good, Endeavor Mexico, FaithActs for Education, Girl Scouts, Havenly Treats, IRIS, Judson Memorial Church, LEAP, the Met Society, the Muse, New Haven Promise, NewsGuard, the State of NY, The NY Times, Ox Verte, The Port Authority of NY/NJ, SeeClickFix, Sempra Energy, Teach for America, Urban Policy Strategies, YearUp, and beyond. Yale alums really DO want to help you: they’re coming from far and wide. They’ll be keynoted by University Secretary Kim Goff-Crews ’83 BA, ’86 LAW.