Welcome to the YCSD

Since 1964, the Yale Club of San Diego has been an all-volunteer group of Yale affiliated alumni that gives of their time to build and grow the Yale community.  Our goals are to promote social camaraderie, intellectual pursuit, and community service.  Whether connected to Yale College, the Yale Graduate and Professional Schools, or you are a parent or spouse of a Yalie, all are welcome and encouraged to make us the Finest Alumni in America’s Finest City.

The Yale Club of San Diego is always looking for volunteers and ideas to make the Club a more rewarding experience for you.  Please let us know at yaleclubofsandiego@gmail.com

Jason P. Luján ’89

YCSD President

Feb
28
Sun
FebClub Emeritus — SundayFunday Unmasked @ Virtual Zoom
Feb 28 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Feb Club Emeritus — SundayFunday Unmasked

 

Yale Club of San Diego’s Feb Club Emeritus 2021

  • Come join us for SundayFunday: Unmasked
  • February 28 from 7:30 – 9:00 pm (PST)
  • Virtual Event, please register for link.

 No need to travel far this year. Simply complete registration at our website yaleclubofsandiego.org, and save the date on your calendar. We will email you a ZOOM link a day or two before the event.

Admission to our SundayFunday party is $10. This includes your commemorative Feb Club 2021 glass, (We will pay the postage. )

REGISTER HERE

Give us your e-mail address, so that we can send you the ZOOM link.  Give us your snail-mail address so that we can send you your Feb Club 2021glass.  

For entertainment we’ll have:

  • Give us a laugh! With the best joke you’ve heard or read recently
  • Name that book! (an anti-literary amusement)
  • Yale Tale: Return to those days-gone-by and share a special Yale memory: Happy, Sad, Merry, Mad, Academic, Bad. Uplifting. Or just plain Dumb.
  • True Story: The origins of Feb Club
  • Sing a song of . . . Yale! Be ready to sing Mory’s Cup song. (We’ll provide the words, and maybe the music). You fill your own cups!

 

See you at SundayFunday—Unmasked

More Event Details Here

YCSD Board Members Wanted

Local Alumni,

The YCSD Board of Directors is in need of your time and talent to help continue making this the Finest Collegiate Club in America’s Finest City.  The following Director positions are open for the upcoming 2020-2021 term:

  • Annual Brunch Chair

As an all-volunteer organization, the YCSD can not function without your support.  Interested applicants wanting to know more details on the position as well as time commitments may contact the YCSD President at yaleclubofsandiego@gmail.com.

Newly Accepted to Yale?

Take a Virtual Tour of Yale’s Campus.

Congratulations to all the students accepted to the Yale College Class of 2024.  Although COVID-19 has currently put a crimp on visiting New Haven, there is an option to experience all that Yale has to offer by virtually touring the campus (see the above link).  Enjoy.

In Memoriam

Sara Liz-Anne Jones ’91

Sara Liz-Anne Jones ’91 passed away peacefully in her home this morning, January 28th. Thanks to the generosity of friends, her final days were filled with the sounds of a crackling fire and the sight and smell of daffodils. She was overwhelmed with gratitude for all the support she received throughout her last few months.

Sara was a beloved daughter, sister, and friend. She is survived by her father Graham Jones, her brother CJ Read-Jones, her sisters Jackie Valerio (Will Valerio), Jenny Jones (Kimberleigh Jones), Debbie Norris, and by her niece and nephews Ashley Valerio, Tyler Valerio, Trey Norris, and JJ Norris. 

Sara led a life of service. She was a long-time volunteer with the American Red Cross, the Amateur Radio Club, the Sheriff’s search and rescue patrol, and the Yale Club of San Diego. She was a tireless advocate for sexual harassment survivors. She never missed an opportunity to connect people who might help one another. 

A consummate educator, Sara loved helping people get from where they were to where they wanted to be. This passion took many forms, from middle school teacher to disaster consultant to special education aid to leadership coach. She always informed and inspired when she taught, and always with great preparation. In her spare time, she read, gardened, baked, and trained for triathlons. She held a black belt in ninjutsu. She was a modern day renaissance woman.

In lieu of flowers, Sara has requested donations be made to either the San Diego Chapter of the Red Cross or St. Peter’s Church in Del Mar. She would also like you to remember that the fifth is for flowers.

On a more personal note, I am indebted to Sara as the one who encouraged me to re-engage with Yale after a more than 25 year absence.  I found her friendship and counsel to be invaluable through the subsequent years.  She will be missed.  I can only hope that I may lead by her example for the benefit of Yale Alumni.   — Jason P. Luján ’89. YCSD President

Become a Contributing Member Now!

Become a Contributing Member of the Yale Club of San Diego

We hope that Yale has made a difference in your life, and with your contribution we can continue to make a difference in the lives of other Yalies and within our communities. We invite you to support the Yale Club of San Diego by becoming a Contributing Member.

Your tax-deductible dollars help support programs such as the YCSD Book Award, Yale Day of Service, and Alumni Schools Committee (ASC), in addition to offsetting the costs of social and professional events offered throughout the year.

For God, For Country, and for Yale!
and for San Diego!

Become a Contributing Member Now!

The Yale Club of San Diego (EIN: 33-0001712) is a participant in the AmazonSmile Foundation.  What this means for Yale Alumni is that you can designate the Yale Club of San Diego as a beneficiary whenever you  shop on AmazonSmile.  Proceeds from your donation help the Club promote social camaraderie, intellectual pursuit, and community service.  

Register now at smile.amazon.com and select “Yale Club of San Diego”.

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