Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni of Westchester County, New York
Welcome to the Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Westchester, New York.
The Club has two main functions. First, we organize interesting and diverse activities for our members, such as our Annual Meeting and Luncheon, usually held on a Sunday in May, featuring a Harvard professor or other interesting guest speaker. We sponsor community outreach programs such as service events at the Food Bank of Westchester and an Early College Awareness program in partnership with the Yonkers school district. Each year, through the Harvard Book Prize Program, over fifty books are funded by our members and awarded to outstanding high school juniors in Westchester County. Please click on the News tab above for reports on our recent community service and other events.
We also provide support for Harvard College in a variety of ways. We assist the Admissions and Financial Aid Office by interviewing applicants to the College from Westchester County and by raising scholarship money for Westchester students in need of financial aid.
We welcome your comments, suggestions and ideas to make the Club more responsive to the entire Harvard-Radcliffe community in Westchester.
You can join the Club or view our volunteer opportunities by clicking the tab buttons above, or email our Club Coordinator.
2:30PM Sat 24 Jun 2017 - 2:30PM Mon 24 Jul 2017Volunteer with fellow alumni and their families at Blythedale Children's Hospital.
6:00PM Mon 12 Jun 2017This free networking event for students, graduates and undergraduates, held twice per year, draws over 6000 Harvard alumni in cities across the globe. Join us June 12th in Stamford CT at the roof-top bar at Sign of the Whale.
12:00PM - 2:30PM Sun 7 May 2017The program will be held at Sunningdale Country Club. We are honored to welcome our guest speaker, Coach Tim Murphy. His discussion is entitled "Life as a Comeback" and is sure to be an engaging topic for our alumni.
8:30AM - 12:30PM Sat 22 Apr 2017Volunteer for this program that targets middle school students in need and educates them and their families early (i.e., in eighth grade) about the necessary curricular and financial requirements as well as resources available in high school.