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New Orgs on Campus

Updated: Sep 3, 2019

A new academic year at Bentley means brand new student run organizations! Be sure to check out the many student orgs Bentley has to offer at the activities fair on Friday, August 30th at 4. Here are this year’s new orgs to keep an eye out for:


Captains of Capital:

Chief Operations Officer, Phillip Tocci shares: “Captains of Capital is non-profit organization committed to improving financial literacy. Our Captains introduce essential financial concepts such as saving, credit management, and investing to students in the Greater Boston Area.”


For the upcoming school year, Captains of Capital aims to host two or more events per month for a variety of schools and age groups in hopes to make financially responsible business leaders. The organization is looking for a lot of new members so they can expand their services, so be sure to check them out!





Vietnamese Student Association:

BentleyVSA provides an opportunity for the Bentley community to experience Vietnamese culture, cuisine, and traditions. Bentley VSA purpose is to represent Vietnamese students on campus and to provide them with a supportive environment. Whether you’re interested in cultural extravaganzas, lessons in “Bánh mì” making, or dinner outings with your fellow students, BentleyVSA encourages you to come to experience the vast benefits they have to offer!


Bentley Sustainable Investing Group:

Bentley Sustainable Investing Group will be following sustainable, responsible, and impact investing (SRI) strategies. SRI is an investment discipline that considers environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) criteria to generate long-term competitive financial returns and create a positive societal impact. They provide students with the experience of making group decisions on investments that make a material environmental and social impact as well as maintain financial returns.


BSIG will be holding a variety of events throughout the year including panel discussions, a sustainable investing case competition, networking sessions, and more. If you join, you will be able to attend educational workshops and have opportunities to learn from industry experts!


Chinese Young Professionals Association:

CYPA aims to provide resources and support for all Bentley students to enrich professional networking and career development from a global perspective by creating connections with Chinese organizations and be more familiar with Chinese market. Besides offering its participants continuing professional and intercultural education, CYPA is designed to foster both personal and professional exchange and to strengthen mutual understanding and respect among all races, ethnicities, ages, religions and genders. CYPA is looking for more falcons to join this year, so check them out!


Car Club:

The purpose of The BCC is to bring together likeminded people who are interested in learning about cars.  The BCC allows members to get hands-on experience in the car community through car shows, and informational meetings. 



President CJ York shares: “We don't solely want people that are interested in cars to join, in fact, we ultimately want to better-educate people about the automotive world.  One of our ultimate goals is to host a car show on Bentley's campus every spring, starting with the spring of 2020.  We look forward to meeting new prospective members at the club fair, so be sure to come by and check out our table and one of our surprise guests and sponsors!”



Bentley Open Market Committee:

The Bentley Open Market Committee (BOMC) is Bentley’s only economics-devoted organization on campus. The group meets every other Tuesday at 2 pm to collectively discuss and debate various economic topics in both Micro and Macroeconomics. The group’s abbreviation was inspired by the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) that is responsible for setting and maintaining monetary policy in the United States.


Bentley Association of Board and Tabletop Games

BABT is a new organization on campus that seeks to fulfill the student body' desire for all things that can be played on a table! We understand that despite the face that a large portion of students that have a passion for board games, it is sometimes difficult to find time, space, players and the games themselves. We seek to rectify the issue by providing a plethora of games and players. Visit our table during activity fair to get on the email list, or just email SM_BABT@bentley.edu.


Reminders as the semester kicks up:

· Student run orgs are a great way to get involved on campus! SP&E supports over 100 student orgs

· 1 in 3 Bentley students is involved in a student org, and 1 in 10 Bentley students serve on a student org executive board

· Also, if you are interested in getting in touch with any of these orgs, just send an email to the “GA” account on Outlook!

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