Just graduated? For many Young Alumni, HCNY is a vital part of life in New York City. From professional and social networking to athletics, philanthropy – and a place to meet friends for happy hour – the Harvard Club of NYC is the place for young professionals in the city. Our members hail from all disciplines of the University and across many generations and enjoy a robust list of amenities, activities and events to connect and engage.
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Some of the Top Reasons Recent Grads Love the Club:
HCNY has placed a special emphasis on Young Alumni programming and events, including our monthly “Young Alumni Happy Hours” and the “Welcome to Your City” event which is co-hosted by the Harvard Alumni Association. Every month, you’ll find a variety of meet-ups, programs and events geared specifically to Young Alumni. Put simply, there’s no better place to meet and make new friends than HCNY!
Athletics & Wellness
HCNY’s spacious and state-of-the-art athletic facilities include our renowned squash courts, a full gym and regular classes led by professional trainers.
Philanthropy is at the heart of the Harvard community in general, and HCNY in particular. Get involved in community service opportunities through the Club’s Crimson Impact group. Help the Club’s Foundation uphold its 50-year history of supporting Harvard undergraduates financially and through educational opportunities in New York City. Learn about the Club’s efforts in energy efficiency. The Harvard Club provides a pathway to philanthropy for the Harvard community in New York – an especially valuable service for recent grads new to the city who are interested in doing good.
Membership is Affordable
Not only are the yearly fees dramatically reduced for Young Alumni, but for the first year out of college the entrance fee is waived.
Let the Harvard Club of NYC be your direct link back to Harvard and your days in Cambridge and join over 1200 Young Alumni in experiencing all that membership offers.