Phoenix Young Alumni Club
The Phoenix Young Alumni Club (PYAC) is an official club of the UA Alumni Association whose mission is to bring young alumni together to promote Wildcat pride in the Phoenix area. PYAC does this by hosting a variety of events, including:
- UA sports viewing parties
- Professional events
- Happy hours
How We Operate
PYAC is managed by a board of directors, a small group of UA alumni volunteers who meet once a month and plan all events. It is the commitment of the board to operate under the three P's of PYAC:
- Professionalism — We maintain a professional attitude, keeping in mind that we represent the UA Alumni Association and University
- Promotion — We continuously promote PYAC and its events to all UA alums in hopes to bring young alumni together
- Participation — We volunteer for and attend club events, and stay actively involved in board member communications/meetings to keep PYAC successfully operating
All PYAC events are open to all. There is no requirement to be an official UA Alumni Association member nor do you have to be a “young” alum. If you share a passion for the University of Arizona, we'd love to meet you. Check out our master calendar of events at facebook.com/uaaapyac/events.
Board of Directors
The all-volunteer board of directors is the group of UA alumni entrusted to guide PYAC.
There are two ways to get involved with PYAC:
1. Become a PYAC event volunteer
We gladly accept volunteers to help setup for events, greet guests, sell raffle tickets at game viewings and more. Just send your contact information to UofAYoungAlumni@gmail.com and we'll add you to our volunteer database and let you know of upcoming volunteer opportunities in which you will be paired with a PYAC board member.
2. Join the board of directors
We are always looking for enthusiastic and passionate UA alumni to join our board of directors. Involvement on the board is a great way to continue to share your UA passion post-graduation and meeting other young alumni in the Phoenix area. Learn more.
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