YBG Info Session: How to Start a Chapter (Th. 2/21)
Welcome and thank you for your interest in starting a Yale Blue Green branch!

Our current chapters in New York City, Boston, Washington D.C., Chicago, San Francisco, and London are essentially local networks that help to cultivate in-person community for Yalies interested in environment and sustainability. Branches organize a range of events and programing including alumni seminars, service projects, social events, and more.

Please complete the following form to register for the information session on Thursday 2/21 at 4pm EST. On the call we will cover:

- About Yale Blue Green and the Yale Alumni Association (YAA)
- What the chapter do and how they support YBG as a whole
- How to start and lead a chapter
- Expectations for leadership, time commitments, etc.

Feel free to forward this link to fellow Yale alumni who may be interested in starting a chapter. In the meantime, please visit our website at yalebluegreen.org for more information.

I'm looking forward to welcoming you in Yale Blue Green!

Lauren Graham, '13 F&ES
Chair, Yale Blue Green

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We currently have branches in New York City, Boston, Washington D.C., Chicago, San Francisco, and London. If you'd like to join a branch in one of those cities, please email the branch leadership directly - yalebluegreen.org/leadership/. Chapters can also be located outside of the United States.
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The only requirement to be a YBG branch co-chair is to be an alum with enthusiasm for Yale and an interest in actively building the YBG community. We've found that a balance of skills among our co-chairs helps us to round out our leadership and grow sustainably. Check all that apply.
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