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Category: Academic

Why you should join:

Bentley TAMID is a truly unique organization. As the chapter of a national organization, they have strong connections with portfolio companies and noticeable presence in the Israeli economy. Through these connections members of our chapter are able to get real life, hands on investing and consulting experience with international companies.

Meeting times: Every Tuesday at 8:30pm (location TBD)

Upcoming events:

1.Education sessions - to provide a holistic understanding of the global economy and Israel’s role within in it.

2. Keynote Speaker Events

Contact Information:

Andrew Oestreicher (oestrei_andr@bentley.edu) or Emily Marks (marks_emil@bentley.edu)

Future Business Leaders of America

Category: Academic


The Collegiate Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is a professional business career development and competitive organization. They focus on three main aspects of career development: skills, networking, and leadership.

Why you should join:

  1. They provide resources to build an excellent network and skillset!

  2. Opportunity to travel and compete against other universities all over the country in amazing and fun destinations! (Last summer they traveled to Anaheim, California and a quarter of the group won 2 national awards.

  3. FBLA is a sponsored by KMPG, the Federal Reserve, and many other prestigious companies.

Meeting times: Thursday 9:30 PM

Contact Information: ga_FBLA@bentley.edu

(President: Chamma, Joseph Chamma)

Culinary Arts Society

Category: Arts & Media


Hands on cooking and baking events with students on campus.

They have 1 official event per month this semester, but will be planning some other more casual events when members want to just get together and cook.

Why you should join:

  1. They have guest chefs and restaurant owners coming in sometimes to teach the class about the business end or to cook their favorite dish with the class.

  2. It is a fun and relaxed club that gives you real life skills in the kitchen.

Meeting times: Speaker events are open to everyone.

Upcoming events: Cooking events, kitchen safety, knife skills, and more.

Contact Information: ga_CAS@bentley.edu

(President: Derek Yanoff & Emily Ogura)


Category: Arts & Media


The definition of Momentum is "The strength or force that allows something to continue or to grow stronger or faster as time passes". This encompasses Momentum’s desire to be the community where students can continue their passion for dance and to be the safe space where students with no experience can explore a new art. Through workshops and weekly practices, Momentum hopes to help its members grow as dancers and in a ripple effect, instill a newfound confidence in being comfortable with one’s individuality as each person discovers their own style. As Shakespeare said, “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them”; whether you are a natural born dancer or someone willing to learn, Momentum welcomes all to come and have fun. Why you should join:

Momentum is an all-inclusive hip hop dance team; anyone is allowed to come regardless of experience without having to try out. We are focused on a peer relationship where students will run the workshops but we are also scouting professionals to bring in more advanced pieces. Workshops are held at least twice a month and there is no commitment; come to whichever workshops you would like. On the other hand, if you do want that commitment to dance more often, Momentum has weekly dance practices. Lastly since we are brand new, we are flexible and open to any new ideas. Meeting times: Workshops will vary on different days. Like us on Facebook to get updates! Weekly dance practices are currently held on Wednesdays (may be subject to change due to room booking conflicts).

Contact Information: ga_momentum@bentley.edu

(President: Deanna Leung)


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