American International Club of Geneva
Tel. + 41 22 910 25 80
www.amclub.ch

"The Best International Club in Town"

The American International Club of Geneva (AIC), founded in 1951, is an important business and social club with a long-standing reputation as one of the area's most dynamic associations.

The AIC’s approximate 1,000 members, which two third are non-Americans represent many key players of the Swiss & international business, financial, governmental and social communities in the greater lake Geneva area.

The Club offers a variety of activities which include:

  • world-renowned monthly Speakers’ Program featuring prominent, international speakers;
  • highly successful Professional Programs;
  • social events such as the 4th of July, Thanksgiving, regular Happy Hours;
  • art & cultural events;
  • sports (mainly tennis, golf and curling tournaments);
  • civic concerns’ activities;
  • an annual CEO Forum; and
  • an exclusive Corporate Partnership Program for corporate entities.

Why don't you consider joining the "Best International Club in Town" or visit our site at www.amclub.ch and participate to one the upcoming Club events.

If you need further information, simply call us at (022) 910 25 80. We hope to have aroused your interest and look forward to welcome you as one of our new members.

CLICK HERE for the Application for New Members!

Please click here to access our latest E-News and read the latest information on upcoming AIC events as well as reports on past events!

posted: 11.03.10

American International Women's Club of Geneva (AIWC)
11 Route de Chêne
1207 Geneva
Tel: (022) 736-0120
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www.aiwcgeneva.org


American Women's Club of Lausanne
avenue Eglantine 6
1006 Lausanne
Tel: (021) 320-26 88
www.geocities.com/awclausannenews/


Asian Ladies Club of Switzerland (ALC)
www.alc-swiss.ch

''The Asian Ladies Club of Switzerland aims to create goodwill and friendship as well as promoting a better understanding and awareness of the different cultures while promoting one's own.  We help each other learn and discover the environment of our "adopted" home-country. 

We are a not-for-profit social organization with no political or religious involvement but with a charitable mission for women and children of South East Asia.  We meet frequently and communicate through our bi-monthly Newsletter and our website.''

updated: 08.08.05, 31.08.05


British Residents' Association of Switzerland
Case Postale 55
Au Bret
CH-1617 Remaufens
www.britishresidents.ch


Creative Writing
Are you interested in writing? Visit this website to start your journey.
www.creative-writing.ch


English Cancer Association
21 ch. de Saussac
1256 Troinex
Tel: 022 300 2967
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www.cancersupport.ch

The group offers emotional support, practical help and information to cancer patients, their families and carers in the Geneva and Vaud area.


English Teachers Association of Switzerland
www.e-tas.ch


Federation of Anglo Swiss Clubs
www.fasc.ch


Geneva Area Pond Club
65 route du Boiron
1260 Nyon
Tel: 022-362-0360
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www.ponds.meetup.com/1/

On the first Saturday of every month from 2 to 6 p.m., local animal lovers meet informally to discuss the care and feeding of turtles and tortoises kept as pets, and the protection of the diminishing natural environments of specimens living in the wild.

Members of the Geneva Area Turtle and Tortoise Society meet in one another's homes and gardens in the towns around Geneva, Vaud, and neighboring France. Discussions are typically conducted in English or French, and visitors are always welcome. Full details of each meeting are listed on the Society's web site at http://turtles.meetup.com/44.

The web site also offers free membership to all without obligation, and over 150 captioned photos of turtles and tortoises to facilitate identification of the various species. It includes informative articles on how to feed and house different varieties, their interesting mating habits, how to hatch their eggs in incubators, and the best ways to raise the hatchlings.

The Society's founders have also established a Turtle and Tortoise Sanctuary in Nyon, 15 minutes northeast of Geneva. They adopt these animals when their owners can no longer give them the care they need.

Unwanted pet turtles and tortoises can live there in an ideal natural environment, maintained by an experienced herpetologist. Tortoises can roam with others in the lushly planted fenced-in garden, or rest in their insulated shelters. Turtles can join the others swimming in the large water-lily and goldfish ponds.

Chelonians already living in the Sanctuary find life there so ideal that they breed readily. Eggs of a Hermann's tortoise are now developing in the Sanctuary's incubator.

To arrange to have any unwanted turtles or tortoises picked up for transport to the Sanctuary, or to inquire about the Geneva Area Turtle and Tortoise Society, contact organization leaders Suzanne and Peter at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 022 362 03 60.

updated: 17.07.05, 05.12.05

Geneva Scottish Country Dance Club
http://www.genevascdc.com/

Join us for a fun evening of Scottish Country Dancing!!!

If you enjoy Scottish Country Dancing or would like to learn and practise these sociable dances with their lively stimulating music for reels, strathspeys and jigs, the GENEVA SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE CLUB welcomes you! Tuition is given to beginners. No special equipment is required, but soft shoes are recommended.

posted: 23.09.08


Geneva Women in International Trade
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www.gwit.ch

GWIT was founded for professional women to meet and expand their networks. Its membership comprises women and men from diverse backgrounds, experiences, interests and expertise across the private, public, NGO and IGO sectors. You don't have to be involved in international trade to be a part of GWIT, although it is the umbrella of our thinking. GWIT provides a broad platform for business, international and social networking. A monthly calendar of lunchtime and evening events includes personal and professional development seminars, panel discussions and presentations on topical issues given by prominent leaders in various fields, as well as relaxed social events. In a stimulating, empowering and welcoming environment, participants can exchange viewpoints, ideas and information; benefit from professional growth and educational opportunities; and expand their personal and professional networks. For details on upcoming events or membership, please visit our web site at www.gwit.ch or e-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

posted: 08.05.05
updated: 29.05.06

 

 

The Golden Group
Geneva
Tel: (022) 950-0303
Fax: (022) 950-0301
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www.swisscities.com/golden

The Golden Group was founded in November 1999 with the goal to bring together people from all countries and cultures. It is a congenial, secular group of retired, semi-retired and self-employed English and French speaking singles and couples. This is a non-profit group with a social and cultural aim. We meet roughly once to twice per month in the Geneva/Vaud/neighbouring France area. Let us hear from you soon !!


 

Intercultural Toastmasters Geneva
 
A group of people meets twice a month in a central location in Geneva in order to train public speaking through impromptu speeches, prepared speeches  feedback and education parts - all this in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. There is also a lot of networking among like-minded people who want to develop their skills. It is also a great way to gain confidence in your abilities, learn how to organize and run meetings and develop other leadership skills. You'll find more information about Toastmasters International at www.toastmasters.org.
 
The club meetings are currently in English. Future meetings in French or German are also planned.
 
You'll find updated information, the dates of the next meetings and a plan on the blog:
http://intercultural-toastmasters-geneva.blogspot.com/

updated: 20.07.06


 

 

 

Stitch 'n  Bitch Geneva
Tel: 076 414 8879 
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http://www.genevaknitters.blogspot.com/

The Geneva offshoot of the worldwide stitch 'n bitch phenomenon, we're a mixed bag of knitters, welcoming both enthusiastic beginners and hardy knitting maestros. We meet in a cosy café each week for knitting, chat and beers. Email us for more infomation!

posted: 27.09.05


 

Toastmasters International Geneva
www.toastmasters-geneva.ch

The aim of the Toastmasters clubs is to train public speaking in English in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. We have fun and learn a lot from each other. It is a great place to meet interesting and international people.

For the dates, schedule and venue, please consult the website.

posted: 06.01.05


 

LINKS
More English-Speaking Clubs in Switzerland http://tritt.bizland.com/escb/clubs.htm
American Citizens Abroad www.aca.ch
Federation of Anglo Swiss Clubs www.fasc.ch
Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas www.fawco.org