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  • Service to Community

Yale Day of Service Moving Forward with New Strategy for 2020

Responding to the COVID-19 outbreak that has changed the service landscape and altered everyday life for millions around the world, Yale Day of Service will move forward in 2020 with the same mission but in a different capacity and with a broader focus.

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Yale is not just a place. It is a community. And it does not require you to be on campus to make it any more vital or reassuring. If these past two weeks have taught us anything, it is that the strength of the alumni community and the common bond we share as Yalies endure through even the most trying of times.

From top left: Sara Moore's '06 Instagram art project; Paul Broholm '78; Betsy Sullivan ’74, ’76 MA; an Invisible Hands delivery; Tara Falcone '11; more Instagram art; Simone Policano '16

The spread of the novel coronavirus has altered nearly every aspect of everyday life, creating a need that is being filled with increasing urgency by a host of Yale alumni eager to make a difference.

YASC Puerto Rico

In early March, the Yale Alumni Service Corps worked with the community of Residencial Luis Llorens Torres, located in Isla Verde, Puerto Rico. Alumni volunteers, friends and family contributed to rebuilding areas affected by hurricane Maria through construction, education, athletics, and public health projects.

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  • Lifelong Learning

Learn for a Lifetime with Yale Video and Podcasts

Yale alumni are lifetime learners, but not all of you are close to campus. Now, we have a collection of resources at your disposal – videos, podcasts, and more from throughout the university to pique your interest and delight the curious mind.