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Franco-U.S. Organizations in Paris

Franco-U.S. Organizations in Paris Area

American Catholic Women’s Organization of Paris (ACWO)
c/o Saint Joseph’s Church, 50 avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris – Tel: +33 6 82 86 17 53 – email: membershipacwo@gmail.com
The American Catholic Women’s Organization of Paris has existed as a volunteer organization for more than sixty years. Many of us are American Catholics but the only real criterion for membership is to want to belong. Women of all faiths and nationalities are welcome. Our goal is to make the most of our time in Paris. We get together a couple of times a month for lunch, coffee, bridge, book discussions or visits to museums and religious sites of interest. We also organize retreats with the celebration of Mass. Our outreach includes helping out at the Trinité soup kitchen and at a shelter for women and children.

American Chamber of Commerce in France
77 rue de Miromesnil, 75008 Paris – Tel: +33 1 56 43 45 63 – email: amchamfrance@amchamfrance.org or zahira.benabdallah@amchamfrance.org (for membership requests)

American Club of Paris
Reid Hall, 4 rue de Chevreuse, 75006 Paris – Tel: +33 1 47 23 64 36 – email: contact@americanclubparis.org
Founded during Benjamin Franklin’s period, the current name of the Club only came up in 1903, as a merge of several American men’s clubs. Its activity mainly focuses on guest speaker lunches with prominent French and International “news makers” in science fields, arts, politics and literature.

American Institute of Architects Continental Europe (AIA)
10 rue Penthièvre, 75008 Paris – Tel: +33 1 72 70 33 15 – email: info@aiaeurope.org
AIA Continental Europe is one of seven international chapters of The American Institute of Architects. We support architects, students, and building professionals through programs that foster fellowship between practices in Europe, the United States, and beyond.

American Legion Paris Post 1
22-24 Boulevard Diderot, 75012 Paris – email: commander@parispost1.fr or contact@parispost1.fr
Continue to support veterans around the world and help keep the legacy of America’s contribution to Europe alive by serving our veterans and their families in France. The American Legion Building Paris, Inc. (also known as Pershing Hall), our PARIS POST 1 Mausoleum, and the many ceremonies that we perform in France.

American Library in Paris
10, rue du Général Camou, 75007 Paris – Tel: 01 53 59 12 60 email: info@americanlibraryinparis.org
The American Library in Paris is the largest English-language lending library on the European mainland. It operates as an independent, non-profit cultural association in France incorporated under the laws of Delaware. Library members have access to more than 100,000 books and periodicals (of which 20,000 books, magazines, and CDs are for children and teens), plus reference and research resources in paper and electronic form. The library hosts free evening presentations by authors, scholars, journalists, and other public figures. The library also hosts programs and author events for children, teens and families. Activities for children include Toddler Time, Wednesday Story Hour, weekend programs, workshops, and book clubs. Clubs for teenagers include the Teen Writing Group, Teen Advisory Group, Master Shot Film Club, and Youth Leadership Program.
The Young Authors Fiction Festival (established 2001) is held annually in the spring and is “open to all students ages 5-18 in the greater Paris area who write in English.

American Women’s Group in Paris
59 boulevard Exelmans, 75016 Paris – Tel: 01 40 70 11 80 email: membershipvp@awgparis.org (Membership only) or Enquiries@awgparis.org
International group with a history spanning more than 100 years. Has over 250 members drawn from the United States and all over the world. It is our blend of friendship, community spirit and fun experiences which shapes our group and makes AWG the place for connection and belonging in Paris.
Membership is open to English speakers who live in Paris and the Ile de France region.

Association France – Etats-Unis
34, avenue de New York, 75116 Paris – Tel: 07 81 33 61 25 email: contact@france-etatsunis.org
It is a non-profit association which aims at contributing to a better reciprocal understanding between Americans and French. It represents more than 2000 members.
The France-United States associations promote encounters with another culture, another history, another heritage: For more than half a century, they have dedicated themselves to strengthening deep and historical bonds of friendship through meetings. , conferences, debates, cultural events, school or university exchanges, etc. They allow French and Americans to meet and learn about the United States and France through: (1) cultural activities: conferences, debates, concerts, film screenings, study circles, youth meetings, open forums, university exchanges, English lessons and all appropriate means (2) the website: www.france-etatsunis.org, www.franceusa.org and (3) the celebration of the major national holidays of our two countries.  Their resources come mainly from contributions from their members. Their activities are organized by volunteers.

Association of Americans Resident Overseas (AARO)
4 rue de Chevreuse, 75006 Paris – Tel: 01 47 20 24 15 email: Contact@aaro.org
The Association of Americans Resident Overseas (AARO), founded in 1973 and headquartered in Paris, is an international, non-partisan association with members in 46 countries. It researches issues that significantly affect the lives of overseas Americans and keeps its members informed on those issues: voting rights, citizenship, taxation and health care.

Association of American Women in Europe (AAWE)
59 boulevard Exelmans, 75016 Paris – Tel: 01 40 70 11 80 – Contact Form: https://aawe.wildapricot.org/join-us
The Association of American Women in Europe (AAWE) is a bicultural community of primarily American Women in France and in Europe and around the world. Offer activities for all stages of life, both personally and professionally. AAWE fosters an environment that enables members to create bonds, develop supportive networks and lifelong friendships. All of activities are in English.

Boston University Alumni Association of France
3bis rue Jean Pierre Bloch, 75015 Paris – email: alumni@bu.edu
In support of Boston University’s mission to educate students and generate knowledge that benefits society, Development & Alumni Relations engages with friends of the University—alumni, parents, foundations, and other supporters—to connect their passions with BU’s purpose

Boy Scouts of America
Transatlantic Council, BSA, USAG Brussels, Unit 28100, Box 24, APO AE 09714 – Tel: +32 2 717 9726 email: program@tac-bsa.org
Transatlantic Council BSA has been in Europe since about 1950. The organization was set up in Europe to provide support for US military families after WWII. It was later expanded to include units at many international schools to support (e.g. short-term assignment) diplomatic and business expatriate families. Children of other (non-US) expatriate families who receive education in the English language are also welcome. Transatlantic Council operates in the same manner, using the same policies and programs, as any standard BSA council in the US. It is run by volunteers (mostly parents), supported by a dedicated professional staff.
Activities are run locally, usually on a weekly basis. Larger events; camporees, summer camps, (Cub) adventure days, adult leader training, conferences, etc. are run by our six districts, or directly by Transatlantic Council.

Columbia Global Centers – 4 Rue De Chevreuse – 75006 Paris 
Academic credit-bearing programs, which draw a large and diverse student population, are at the heart of the Paris Center. They reflect Columbia’s historic commitment to the value of studying abroad at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Many are devised in collaboration with leading French institutional partners such as Sciences Po, the École des hautes études en sciences sociales, and the universities of Paris 1, Paris 4, and Paris 7. In addition to its long-term academic offerings, the Center welcomes Columbia students and faculty for intensive seminars and workshops during the year and in the summer months.

Cornell Club of France
c/o Brunot Vivet – 40, rue Marjolin – 92300 Levallois Perret – Tel: +33 6 32 12 00 28 email: cornellcluboffrance@cornell.edu
The Cornell Club of France’s mission is to enrich the lives of the Cornell community in France (alumni, undergraduates, spouses, faculty, former exchange students, and friends of Cornell).
Happy hours, receptions for faculty, lectures, museum outings, hikes, dinners, holiday parties, and gala events are organized. Active involvement with other university and social clubs in Paris, as well as Cornell Clubs throughout Europe.

Counseling Center at the American Cathedral
23 avenue George V – 75008 Paris – Tel: +33 1 47 23 61 13 email: counselingcenter.amcath@gmail.com
The Counseling Center at The American Cathedral of Paris is an independent non-profit and non-sectarian organization staffed by experienced and qualified American and British mental health professionals who have a commitment to serving the community. Confidential counseling is available for adult individuals, adolescents, children, couples, and families. It is offered expertise in anxiety; depression; eating disorders; loss and grief; marital, cultural, or work-related stress; mindfulness; sleep disorders; and trauma (EMDR). Upon request, special groups can be facilitated (minimum six participants). Seminars are presented on topics such as sleep disorders, bereavement, stress management, and eating disorders. There are set fees for counseling, with consideration given to special circumstances and a sliding scale for those in need.

Daughters of the American Revolution – Rochambeau Chapter, NSDAR
20 rue Bosquet, 75007 Paris – email: rochambeauchapter@gmail.com
Rochambeau Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR), brings together women whose American and French Patriot ancestors actively participated in the American War of Independence (1775-1783). It actively pursues the shared historical, educational, and cultural goals of the NSDAR, while promoting French American friendship on a day-to-day basis.

Democrats Abroad France
57 rue Vasco de Gama, 75015 Paris – Tel: +33 7 55 53 73 36 email chair-paris@democratsabroad.fr
DAF-Paris is a Chapter of Democrats Abroad France, representing those US Democrats living in the Paris/Île de France region. Our activities include voter assistance and education, member meet-ups to discuss political issues and varying topics, lectures, debates and panel discussions, film screenings, parties and special events

European American Chamber of Commerce
36 rue des Plantes, 75014 Paris – email contact@eaccfrance.eu
Private, independent non-profit organization and part of a dynamic chapter network of over 750 member-companies, reaching more than 10,000 executives in the United States and across Europe. The premier resource for educational seminars, networking and thought-leadership for senior executives conducting business on both sides of the Atlantic, we provide our members with access to transatlantic business opportunities, and timely and relevant information, resources and support on matters effecting business activities between Europe and the United States

French Heritage Society
15 boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris – Tel: +33 1 53 80 68 80 – email paris@frenchheritagesociety.org
French Heritage Society is dedicated to protecting the French architectural and cultural legacy both in France and the United States, with emphasis on raising funds for preservation, restoration and education.

Fondation des Etats-Unis
Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, 7 rue Lincoln, 75008 Paris – Tel: +33 1 40 70 07 57 – email reception@fondationdesetatsunis.org
The Fondation des États-Unis (FEU) is a student residence and cultural center serving Franco-American cultures since 1930. It is one of the first of 45 residences to have been built on the Cité internationale universitaire de Paris (CiuP) campus. With its 274 individual rooms, the FEU offers great living conditions in an American-style campus: classic or comfort rooms, a few studios, and art or music ateliers. Our cultural program offers a wide range of concerts, exhibitions, workshops, conferences, and performances, and showcases our artists-in-residence and alumni, who are always ready to come back “to the FEU”. It is open to the general public. We also rent spaces such as the Art-Deco Grand Salon for professional events..

The Lafayette Escadrille Memorial Foundation
5 boulevard Raymond Poincaré, 92430 Marnes-la-Coquette – Tel: +33 1 43 18 80 80 – email ablumrosen@gmail.com
The Memorial commemorates the 68 American pilots of the Lafayette Escadrille and Flying Corps who died in WWI. The Foundation’s Board oversees the management of the site, and is composed of the US Ambassador to France, the Chief of Staff of the US Air Force, the French Minister of Defense and the Chief of Staff of the French Air Force, as well as ten other members from civil society.

France-Amériques – Cercle des Nations Américaines
Hôtel Le Marois, 9 avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, 75008 Paris – Tel: +33 1 43 59 51 00 – email france-ameriques@france-ameriques.org
A private, non-profit organization founded in 1909, focused on fostering relations between France and the nations of the Americas. The Club has a restaurant, offering many facilities to its members: lounge, bar, garden-terrace, library and four large drawing rooms suitable for banquets, cocktails, business lunches or dance evenings. Numerous economic, cultural and social events take place in the cub, located in a nineteenth century mansion of richly authentic “Second Empire” decoration. France-Amériques is also a debating circle on economic and geopolitical issues. Several other Franco-American organizations and universities are housed in the same premisdes.

Franco-American Cultural Fund
225 avenue Charles-de-Gaulle, 92528 Neuilly-sur-Seine – Tel: +33 1 47 15 48 95 – email eglantine.langevin@sacem.fr or julie.garcia@sacem.fr
In March 1996, SACEM signed an agreement with two American professional guilds representing audiovisual creators —the Directors Guild of America (DGA) and Writers Guild of America West (WGAW), joined by the Motion Picture Association (MPA)— to set up a Cultural Fund to promote and teach the art of cinema. This is how the Franco-American Cultural Fund began, funded in France by resources from the private copy levy. Its Honorary President is Director Costa Gavras. To learn more, consult the Franco-American Cultural Fund’s website. The Fund’s purpose is to promote creation on both sides of the Atlantic, develop talent and encourage dialogue between professionals in both countries. The fund is the founder and organizer of the French film festival in Los Angeles (COLCOA). It is also working with the Cinémathèque française and The Film Foundation to preserve French and American films.

Franco-American Commission – Fulbright France
9 rue Chardin, 75016 Paris – Tel: +33 1 44 14 53 60 – email: fulbright@state.gov
The Franco-American Fulbright Commission was established in 1948 to foster leadership, learning, and empathy between the United States and France. Today the Commission provides grants for its laureates to study and to conduct research in the United States or in France, thanks to the funding of both the French government, through the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, and the American government through the Department of State. Fulbright grantees represent a wide variety of professional and academic domains. They create, innovate, discover, and take action. They find new ways of thinking. They respond to the challenges of their time. Under the honorary presidency of the French Foreign Minister and the Ambassador of the United States in France, the Franco-American Fulbright Commission is administered by a binational board of directors, which defines its strategic orientation. The Commission works with public and private partners to increase access to the opportunities that it offers. The Franco-American Fulbright Commission is an agent of cultural diplomacy, promoting solidarity, service, and respect for difference. It recognizes the richness of diversity and operates on the principles of free thought and expression.

France-Louisiane / Association Franco-Américaine
Association France-Louisiane – 105 Avenue Aristide Briand – 92120 Montrouge – Tel: +33 7 81 37 47 05 – email: contact@france-louisiane.fr
Non-Profit organization founded 44 years-ago. It aims at sharing Louisiana’s cultural and historical heritage, supporting the French-speaking world, and more generally raise awareness of the importance of the historical links that unite France and the United States, maintaining friendship between France and Louisiana and the United States and develop mutual understanding and working to promote cultural and educational exchanges.

French Banard College
4 rue de Chevreuse – 75006 Paris
Is the Paris campus for Barnard College and Columbia University programs. The programs are open to students with majors in all fields. To ensure validation of credits, students should work closely with their major advisors. Students should consult the current Reid Hall Bulletin and/or Columbia University in Paris for course offerings and other details.

USA Girl Scouts Overseas – Paris
34 avenue de New York – 75116 Paris – Tel: +33 7 81 37 47 05 – email: parisgirlscouts@usagso.org
USA Girl Scouts Overseas (USAGSO) brings Girl Scouts to the daughters of military, foreign service, and American expat families around the world and to girls in American or International schools. USAGSO is honored to serve almost 15,000 girls and adults in more than 90 countries who step up with courage and confidence to advocate for their homes, schools, communities, and countries.

Harvard Business School Club of France (HBS)
9-11 avenue Franklin Roosevelt – 75008 Paris – Tel: + 33 1 42 56 20 98 – email: harvardcluboffrance@gmail.com or info@hbsclubfrance.org
HBS Club of France serves all HBS alumni in France. With over 1500 members, HBS Club of France provides opportunities for alumni to stay connected to the campus and to each other, as well as to support their careers whatever the stage. Any member of the Harvard Club of France with an HBS-related degree can join the HBS club and vice versa. The missions of the HBS club in France is to advance the mutual welfare of Harvard Business School and its alumni, provide opportunities for alumni to remain connected to the school and each other, promote and elevate the stature of the School within the community and attract the world’s most talented individuals to Harvard Business School

International Counseling Service (ICS)
11 rue Bosio – 75016 Paris – Tel: +33 1 45 50 26 49 – email: icsparis@gmail.com
Founded in 1979, International Counseling Service (ICS) is a non-profit counselling association for the English speaking community in Paris. ICS is a non-profit multidisciplinary professional association, composed of mental health practitioners, including clinical and counseling psychologists, social workers and psychotherapists.

Junior Service League of Paris
34 avenue New York – 75016 Paris – Tel: + 33 1 43 14 08 48 – email: info@ajli.org
The main mission of this women’s organization is to support community projects through volunteer activity in the areas of health care, homelessness and child welfare. They have a cancer support group, and run a “Café Cares” meals program the second Friday of every month at the American Cathedral in Paris. The Junior Service League, functioning as a service rather than as a social organization, welcomes new members and volunteers.

Ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion
22-24 Boulevard Diderot – 75012 Paris – Tel: + 33 1 44 74 73 42 – email: membership@parispost1.fr or contact@parispost1.fr
The American Legion Auxiliary is made up of the male and female spouses, grandmothers, mothers, sisters, and direct and adopted female descendants of members of The American Legion.

La Leche League France (LLL)
2 B Place de Touraine – 78000 Versailles – Tel: + 33 6 62 02 74 51- email: presidente@lllfrance.org
La Leche League help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.

Mona Bismarck American Center
34 avenue de New York – 75116 Paris – Tel: + 33 1 47 23 38 88- email: info@monabismarck.org
The Mona Bismarck American Center showcases American art and culture across various disciplines, from concerts and conversations to artistic performances and installations. Major art world figures and emerging talents, designers, composers, dancers, musicians, film-makers and cultural influencers provide a stimulating experience for visitors of the elegant townhouse in the 16th arrondissement once owned by American philanthropist Mona Bismarck.

Parenthèse
17 rue Notre-Dame des Victoires – 75002 Paris – Tel: + 33 1 43 36 37 07 – email: contact@parenthese-paris.com
Parenthèse is an educational program company facilitating international mobility for students and professionals. As the official representative of the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), it is specialized in J-1 visa programs (Internship, Trainee and Summer Work & Travel). The process is simplified for students interested in internships, placements or summer jobs in the US, for companies wishing to send their employees abroad or host J-1 visa participants in the US and for -individuals with an international project.

Paris Choral Society
23 avenue Georg V – 75008 Paris – Tel: + 33 1 53 23 84 00 – email: info@parischoralsociety.org
The Paris Choral Society (or PCS) is an auditioned amateur choir based at the American Cathedral in Paris, France. The PCS is incorporated as a voluntary association under French law as an Association loi de 1901 and is made up of 100 singers of different nationalities, dedicated to the performance of choral masterpieces. Three concerts are performed every season accompanied by professional orchestras and soloists. PCS is known for its high standard of performance and its annual Sing-along of Handel’s Messiah, which has been held every December since the inception of the choir.

Princeton Alumni Association of France
email: PrincetonAlumniFrance@gmail.com or emich@alumni.princeton.edu / caite.panzer@gmail.com
The Princeton Alumni Association of France was founded to bring together undergraduate and graduate alumni of Princeton University in France and facilitate engagement with the University from abroad. Over the years, PAAF has developed into a flourishing social and intellectual community with a wide variety of events, ranging from academic lectures through the Alumni Speaker Series to Happy Hours with Ivy+.

Republicans Overseas France
2020 O St NW, Washington, District of Columbia, 20036 – Tel: + 1 123 456 789 – email: events.rof@gmail.com
The only RNC-affiliated organization for Republicans Abroad

Saint Anne’s Guild
23 avenue George V – 75008 Paris – Tel: + 33 1 42 67 26 74 – email: events.rof@gmail.com
St-Anne’s is a women’s organization in the Cathedral which supports children’s, women’s and family activities for the enhancement of the Christian Ethic

Société des Quarante Hommes et Huit Chevaux (The Society of Forty Men and Eight Horses)
Voiture Nationale – 250 E 38th Street – Indianapolis, IN 46205- Tel: +1 317 634 1804 – email: corrnat@fortyandeight.gov
La Societe des Quarante Hommes et Huit Chevaux is an independent, by invitation, honor organization of male and female U. S. veterans, more commonly known as the Forty & Eight. The Forty & Eight is committed to charitable and patriotic aims. Our purpose is to uphold and defend the United States Constitution, to promote the well being of veterans and their widows and orphans, and to actively participate in selected charitable endeavors, which include programs that promote Child Welfare and Nurses training. The titles and symbols of the Forty & Eight reflect its First World War origins. Americans were transported to the battle front on French trains within boxcars stenciled with a “40/8 denoting its capacity to hold either forty men or eight horses.

Society of the Cincinnati
2 bis rue Rabelais – 75008 Paris – Tel: + 33 9 52 39 05 33
The Society of the Cincinnati is the nation’s oldest patriotic organization, founded in 1783 by officers of the Continental Army who served together in the American Revolution. Its mission is to promote knowledge and appreciation of the achievement of American independence and to foster fellowship among its members. Now a nonprofit educational organization devoted to the principles and ideals of its founders. The French branch hosts an annual ceremony in celebration of the victory of the Yorktown in 1781.

The Sons of the American Revolution (SAR)
20 rue Bosquet – 75007 Paris – Tel: +33 9 53 60 97 19 – email: contact@sarfrance.org
The French branch of SAR was created in 1926 by an ancestor of Comte de Chambrun. Members are descendants of participants in the American Revolution; their aim is to maintain Franco-American friendship. The group [participates in various American ceremonies on July 4th and Memorial Day.

SOS Help
Tel: +33 1 46 21 46 46 (from 3pm to 11 pm)
SOS Help was founded in 1974 by a group of American and British health and mental health professionals, with the help of Chad Varah (founder of the Samaritans) as well as with the support of Paris-based English-speaking organizations such as the English and American churches as well as the American Hospital. SOS Help is a non-profit organization recognized under the French law of 1901. SOS Help is a branch of France’s SOS Amitié Federation and is linked to the Samaritans. The listening team at SOS Help is made up entirely of volunteers. Trained by mental health professionals, agents listen to the caller , and not to judge, label or diagnose him/her. Represent a diverse range of nationalities, ethnicities, orientations, political and religious views, but not a religious or political organization, and will never impose any personal attitudes or beliefs on you.

Stanford Club of France
Institut Supérieur d‘Électronique de Paris (ISEP) – 28, rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs – 75006 Paris- Tel: +33 1 49 54 65 72- email:
The Stanford Club of France, created in 1983, is a crossroad for the 1800 Stanford alumni living in France and a strong network of Stanford Alumni in France. It is a unique community of entrepreneurs, businessmen, scientists, artists, executives, advisors, and many more sharing a strong bond with Stanford University and the will to inspire and engage their communities.

The Travellers Paris
Hôtel de la Paiva – 25 avenue des Champs Elysées – 75008 Paris- Tel: +33 1 43 59 75 00
http://thetravellersparis.com/
This men’s club, patterned on the British model, provides lodging, restaurant and bar service. Most of the members are English-speaking professionals, primarily British and American businessmen

University of California Alumni Association in Paris
Paris Study Center – 89, rue Faubourg St. Antoine – 75011 Paris- Tel: +33 1 49 28 54 00- email: cgainet@alumni.ucla.edu or ogenicot@alumni.ucla.edu or fbesson@alumni.ucla.edu
The UCLA Alumni France Network comprises of alumni, parents, EAP (Education Abroad Program) students, Extension alumni, and anyone else who calls themselves a Bruin. Whether you are living and working in France, passing through for work or play or planning on visiting France, please connect with our contacts in Paris.

Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States
4 rue du Général Leclerc – 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux- Tel: +33 6 33 49 57 09
While founded in Paris in 1927 and named after America’s first Ambassador to France, our 230+ members are worldwide, including: Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, UK, and the US. Hold monthly meetings (except in July and August), re-kindle the flame under the Arc de Triomphe every January 16th, are active on Memorial Day , especially at the Cemetery of Bois de Belleau, created a memorial in memory of a B-17 crew, which crashed during the WW2 in the Island of Chausey

Wellesley College Alumnae
The Club is open to all Wellesley College alumnae, students, faculty and parents of current students and alumnae. It seeks to connect the Wellesley community in France, maintain ties with the College in Massachusetts and promote links between the College and France. The Club organizes social and cultural gatherings ; recruits prospective students; sponsors Wellesley Book Awards at High Schools in France and helps Wellesley-in-Aix program students to pursue extracurricular activities

WICE
Mail Boxes Etc. #275 – 141 Avenue Félix Faure – 75015, Paris – Tel: +33 6 33 49 57 09 – email: wice@wice-paris.org
WICE’s charter under Association Loi 1901 is to develop bi-lingual, cross-cultural programs that serve Anglophone and Francophone communities. It provides members a wide array of learning and volunteer opportunities centered on languages, creative writing and literature, photography and visual arts, and other program areas. Activities include online and in-person language classes; weekly bilingual conversation groups; French and American film studies; a bilingual book group; workshops in writing and photography; monthly “apéros”; summer picnics, and winter holiday parties

The Yale Club of France
Sorbonne University Pierre and Marie Curie Campu – 4 Pl. Jussieu, 75013 Paris – Tel: +33 6 82 86 17 53 – email: president@yalefrance.org
The Yale Club of France exists to help connect Yalies in France with each other and to help raise Yale’s profile in France. From dinners with guest speakers to happy hours and cocktails, from walking tours to joint events with other Clubs (Harvard, Princeton…), we hold a variety of different events throughout the year. Our aim is to appeal to as broad an audience of alumni as possible while keeping prices reasonable. (All our events are break-even.)