You built an incredible community during your time at Harvard. Now, as a member of the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA), you can make those same connections within the larger Harvard alumni community. Through Harvard Clubs and Shared Interest Groups (SIGs), you can meet alumni who share your interests, identity, or even geographical location.

With nearly 200 Harvard Clubs in more than 70 countries, you can connect with local Harvard alumni. Or, if you are looking to connect with others around a shared identity, interest, profession, or student activity, you can check out the nearly 60 global SIGs there are.

Both Harvard Clubs and HAA SIGs offer social, cultural, and intellectual events, service opportunities, and ways to stay in touch. Help grow your personal network and enrich your professional life through these alumni communities. Not only do they provide access to resources and opportunities to meet fellow alumni, they are also a fulfilling way to remain connected to the Harvard community.

Get to know—and get involved with—a Club or SIG today by visiting our Harvard Clubs Directory or SIGs Directory.

 

Harvard Alumni Communities

Browse these directories to find a Club or Shared Interest Group right for you.

Find a Club Near You

Alumni-led and spread across six continents, each of our geographically-based alumni communities have their own local flavor. Many Harvard Clubs offer dues-free memberships, while others offer very reasonable dues with discounts and free memberships for recent graduates.

Explore the Clubs Directory

Join a Shared Interest Group

Just like the student organizations you may have engaged with back in the day, Harvard SIGs connect alumni from all over the globe based on shared interest, experience, culture, profession, or avocation. The best part? Most do not charge dues.

Explore the SIG Directory

Stories

As president of the Harvard Club of Seattle, I enjoy having the opportunity to facilitate connections, form lasting relationships, and kindle the flame of Harvard no matter where alumni reside.

Michael Bervell AB '19