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New York City Chapter

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If you're interested in chapter activities in your area, chances are other alumni are too. Find out how you can start an AU chapter in your area.

How to Start a Chapter


  • Melissa Bevins

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Young Alumni Chapter members get together at a Port & Politics Reception, October 25, 2008.

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Reconnect with AU alumni in New York City by liking the American University New York City Alumni Chapter page on Facebook, on the American University Alum Flickr, on LinkedIn with the American University Alumni group, and by following us on Twitter @AmericanUAlum.

Thanks for your interest in our New York City Alumni Chapter!

Not only is New York City home to Broadway, the Empire State Building, and perhaps the tastiest restaurants in the world, but it is also one of American University’s largest and most diverse alumni networks.  Through the New York City Chapter, alumni professionals - from investment bankers to teachers - are able to participate in a diverse range of social, cultural, and professional events. Recent events have included game watching parties, happy hours, and Q&A lectures with visiting AU faculty.

Interested in getting involved with the New York City Chapter?

Just email Melissa Bevins, assistant director of alumni programs, with your grad information, address, phone number, and email, and you'll be plugged in to all the AU New York City Chapter activities. It's really that easy.

If you are interested in serving on the leadership team for the New York City Chapter, fill out a Volunteer Application and send it to auchapters@american.edu


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