CASA Matchmaking Night

Saturday, November 8, 2014. 9:30pm - 11:30pm. TBA.

The CASA Freshman Liaisons cordially invite you to:

CASA Matchmaking Night

Check out our Facebook event or look below for more details:

Join us for a night of food, music, dancing—and “arranged marriages”!

CASA board members will match all those interested with suitable partners for the evening (don’t worry, matches only have to last for one night).

We hope that you'll join us in this semi-formal dance party. Invite your CASA families and your friends! All are welcome!

There will be more details to come. For now, please bring honor to your family and fill out this form by Wednesday, November 5.

RSVP on the CASA Matchmaking Night Facebook event:

Like our CASA Facebook Page for further updates and photos!

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CASPY Big Sibs/Volunteer Sign-ups

Sunday, November 15, 2014. Yale University.


The Chinese Adopted Siblings Program for Youth, also known as CASPY, is a biannual cultural event held on Yale campus. Directed towards families with adopted Chinese children, it seeks to educate and inform both parents and children about the Chinese culture in a fun and relaxed setting. This year, we need your help! Sign up to be a Big Sib or Volunteer!

CASPY Schedule (Nov 15th):

  • 11am-12pm Meet Little Sibs
  • 12pm-1pm Lunch
  • 1pm-3pm Kid's and Teen's Workshops
  • 3pm-4pm CASPY Talent Show

Big Sibs must be available from 11am to 4pm on Nov 15th.

  • Big Sibs of the Kid's Program will take their Little Sib through a nightmarket of Chinese activities.
  • Teen leaders of the Teen's Program will serve as group leaders, and participate in activities such as craft-making and discussion groups.

Sign up here: Big Sib Registration Form

If you just don't have the time to be a Big Sib, consider being a volunteer! We have a few different volunteer shifts available for Nov 15th.:

  • 11am-1pm : Registration Volunteer
  • 11pm-1pm : Lunch Volunteer
  • 1pm-3pm : Workshop Volunteer (Kid's or Teen's)
  • Variable Times: Photographer Volunteer

Sign up here: Volunteer Registration Form

Please sign up by Nov 2nd. Please email and with questions.

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Trick or Eat

Friday, October 31, 2014. 5:30pm - 7:30pm. Slifka Center.

Do you miss trick-or-treating?

Do you want to celebrate Halloween with service to the New Haven community?

Well, here's your chance - YHHAP's Trick or Eat!

Every Halloween, students have the opportunity to collect canned goods for donation to the Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen. It's a fantastic way to both help out the community and to show off your Halloween costume to even more people!!

We'll meet at the Slifka Center at 5:30pm, and we'll be trick-or-canning until 7:30pm. Bring a backpack to carry the cans!

If interested, please RSVP by emailing by Wednesday at midnight.

(If more than 10 people sign up, I'll be bringing cookies)

Hope to see you soon!

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CASA Board Meetings

Every Sunday, 7-8 pm in WLH 115


Come join CASA Board at our weekly board meetings, Sundays 7-8 PM in WLH 115! If you are looking to get more involved, this is the place to be! Come help us plan events! We would love to hear your ideas :)

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Adopted Friends

Saturday, November 1, 2014. 11:30am - 4:00pm. WLH, 1st floor.

Twice a year, KASY hosts a number of Korean adoptees on campus to introduce them and their families to the Korean culture. There is a kids program, a teens program, and a speaker for the parents. Each minor is paired up as a Little Sib with a Big Sib, so everyone, please sign up! There will be a free Korean lunch provided for sibs!!!

Here is the sign-up form:

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The Political Action and Education Committee (PAEC) will be hosting its annual High School Asian American Leadership Conference on November 15th, 2014. A number of Yale professors will be invited to hold workshops, and Yale students will moderate discussion sessions and serve as mentors for the attendees.

PAEC is currently seeking volunteers to lead workshops and discussions as part of the conference. Workshops should be given on specific topics and should provide students with an opportunity to consider different subjects related to Asian American affairs. They run approximately one hour in length, questions included. Discussions will be used to facilitate further consideration of the presented topics, and generally run 30 minutes each - but they are multiple sessions throughout the day, and discussion leaders will be expected to be there for all sessions.

If you have a special topic or issue you would like to showcase, PAEC would be more than happy to work with you to set up your own workshop. Please fill out the following Google Form if you are interested in signing up to run the discussions or workshops:

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Nonprofit pizza dinner

Wednesday, November 5, 2014. 6:00pm. Phelps Hall 207.

Interested in:

  • Learning about nonprofit careers?
  • Working in the arts?
  • Improving opportunities for women?

The Yale Alumni Nonprofit Alliance Fellows present:

Pizza Dinner with Lauren Weil

Wednesday, November 5th, 6:00pm

Phelps Hall 207(right through the doors of Phelps Gate and up the elevator to the second floor)

Lauren Walling, Deputy Executive Director of Women's Studio Workshop, will be sharing her experiences in the nonprofit sector and answering students' questions. This is a great way to do some networking!

WSW's mission is to "to provide professional opportunities for artists at various stages of their careers and to promote programs designed to stimulate public involvement, awareness and support for the visual arts."

There will be free pizza!

RSVP here

Contact with questions.

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Educatrium Recruiting

Part-time virtual mentoring program

Educatrium ( is seeking candidates for its part-time virtual mentoring program (paying $40-$80/hr), consultants for its quarterly marketing trips abroad (all expenses are paid), interns for its winter and summer break international prep camps (all expenses are paid), and part-time lecturers for its online classes (paid). There are no program fees.

The part-time mentoring program is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in mentoring, international culture, or education and social justice. Mentors have the advantage of being able to work within the means of their own schedule and the international trips and camps throughout the year are fantastic opportunities for students to experience countries in Asia such as China, South Korea, and India.

The application is very simple. Interested individuals can easily apply at

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