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Over 500 class groups, clubs and online communities are listed below. Find a group of alumni who enjoyed similar Stanford experiences, or a group that's all about where you are in life now. Wait, why pick just one? Join as many as you'd like.

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Stanford All-Dance Alumni/ae Alliance

Region: Global
Category: Career/Professional Interest, Career Advice, Industry, Leadership, Nonprofit, Health & Wellness, Hobbies & Interests, Academics, Stanford Traditions & Culture, Student Activities
Members: 247 Members

Description: The Stanford All-Dance Alumni/ae Alliance was created in response to successful Reunion organizing of Stanford alums interested in various kinds of dance. We danced, we talked, it was a good time. This e-group exists to make future Reunion dance organizing easier, and to connect dance obsessed alums with each other. Have dance shoes, will travel. Everyone is welcome to join. alumni.stanford.edu/goto/dance

GSB Beacon

Region: Global
Category: Academics

Description: This group is only open to those attending the 2011 Stanford GSB Beacon program. Beacon is a "Life Transitions Initiative," targeted at alumni who are moving from their primary careers to working for purpose. This inaugural program ran from June 8 - 11, 2011. Read More

Class of 1996 Reunion Leadership Committee

Region: Global
Category: Class Year or Program
Members: 5 Members

Description: This group is for the leadership team organizing the 15th reunion for the Class of 1996.  We will use this space to communicate and efficiently coordinate our planning for our 2011 reunion.

Stanford Alumni in Shanghai

Region: China
Category: None
Members: 229 Members

Description:

In the most prosperous city in mainland China, as a Stanford Alumni, do you want to receive the latest invitations of parties and events? Do you want to know new persons? Do you want to share your latest news? Or do you want to publish discussions?
If the answer of any above questions is yes, please join.  Party season will start after Chinese New Year 2011.

Stanford in Germany Gruppe XXIII Alumni 2011 Mini-Reunion

Region: Global
Category: None
Members: 1 Members

Description: Stanford in Germany Gruppe XXIII was at Landgut Burg in Beutelsbach, Germany from June 1969 to December 1969.  Since 2001 many members of that group have gathered for mini-reunions that have been held at Stanford, Portland, OR, Missoula, MT and even at the very Burg itself.  We try to gather somewhere every year, and at Stanford for the Reunion years of Class of '71 and '72.  In 2014 for our 45th Anniversary we plan to meet at the Burg again followed by a trip to Berlin.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Region: Global
Category: None
Members: 11 Members

Description: This is a networking group dedicated to Standford SAE Alumni.  If you survived three years of Jungle Party, Roman Bath, Golf Night & Paddy Murphy, then you're in the right spot.  If you slithered out of "Chunder Dome" or actually made it IN to a home football game, this may not be the group for you.  I hope this site helps us reconnect and assist graduates with lucrative business opportunities.   

Otero '82-'83

Region: Global
Category: Class Year or Program
Members: 5 Members

Description: Did you live in Otero in 1982-83?  Join the group to reconnect, post pictures and find out where and when Oterans (is that what we called ourselves?!) are getting together.  Our reunion is October 20-23, 2011 - mark your calendar!

Pi Phis - 1980s

Region: Global
Category: Women
Members: 7 Members

Description: Were you a Pi Phi in the 1980s?  Join the group to reconnect, post pictures and find out where and when Pi Phis are getting together!

Stanford University Baseball Alumni

Region: Global
Category: Life and Leisure
Members: 17 Members

Description:

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc - Xi Beta Alums

Region: Global
Category: Black/African-American, Women, Young Alumni, Volunteering in General
Members: 80 Members

Description:

The "Women of Nia" in 1981, was the first AKA interest group on campus. On June 25, 1981, their dreams became a reality and "Women of Nia" became Women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and the first members of Xi Beta Chapter, Stanford University.

Through the years, Xi Beta members continue to hold themselves to high standards, and continue to fulfill the legacy set before them by their predecessors. This group is for sisters who share that experience and legacy.

Stanford Student Firefighters Alumni

Region: Global
Category: Stanford Life
Members: 19 Members

Description:

Students who lived and worked at the Stanford University Fire Department, either at the old Firehouse across the street from Tresidder Union or at the new fire station across Serra Street from Escondido Village.

http://alumni.stanford.edu/goto/firehouse

Delta Kappa Epsilon

Region: Global
Category: Stanford Life
Members: 10 Members

Description: Alumni of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Sigma Rho Chapter

Stanford Alumni at the Orange Bowl

Region: Global
Category: None
Members: 27 Members

Description: Join this group if you're on your way to Miami to watch Stanford vs. Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl.
You'll find links to partner hotels , event information, and more.  Subscribe to the discussion board.

alumni.stanford.edu/goto/orangebowl

Stanford Alumni and the Peace Corps

Region: Global
Category: Volunteering in General
Members: 48 Members

Description: The "Stanford Alumni and the Peace Corps" group invites Stanford alumni with a connection to the Peace Corps, past, present and future. We provide a forum for exchanging information and experiences about the Peace Corps. We are also open to those connected to volunteer services of other countries (e.g. Canada CUSO, United Kingdom VSO, Europe EVS).

This group was formed in conjunction with planning for the 50th anniversary campus celebration of the Peace Corps on April 15-16, 2011.

Reunion Homecoming Leadership Committee

Region: Global
Category: Volunteering, Volunteering for Stanford, Volunteering in General, Class Year or Program
Members: 11 Members

Description: This is the official group for 2014 Reunion Homecoming Leadership to share information, ask questions, and get advice about planning and organizing Reunion Homecoming.

Class Book Editors

Region: Global
Category: None

Description: These pages showcase relevant documents and samples that can be utilized for 2014 Class Books production.

Alpha Tau Omicron

Region: Global
Category: None
Members: 44 Members

Description: The brothers of ATO After it went Local from Alpha Tau Omega and became Alpha Tau Omicron

Stanford Football Alumni

Region: Global
Category: Student Activities
Members: 30 Members

Description: The group serves as a resource for alumni of the Stanford University football team to meet, network and stay connected.

alumni.stanford.edu/goto/Stanford_Football_Alumni


GSB ACT Management Board

Region: Global
Category: Nonprofit, Volunteering for Stanford
Members: 11 Members

Description:

Together with ACT's part-time staff, the ACT Management Board provides organizational and operational leadership for ACT whose mission is to bring together GSB alumni volunteers to positively impact the the community by applying their management skills to strengthen social benefit organizations.

Tri Delta Alumnae 1998-2002

Region: Global
Category: Women, Stanford Life, Class Year or Program
Members: 10 Members

Description: Welcome to the Tri Delta Alumnae group!  This group was created primarily for Tri-Delts who graduated between 1998 and 2002, but is open to all alumnae who are interested in staying connected with their sisters from Delta Delta Delta at Stanford.

This group may coordinate informal gatherings of alumnae, as well as provide a place to connect with friends.  We are always open to new ideas, so feel free to share!
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