In 1986, Earl Avery came to Bentley as the new equal opportunity officer.
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TOPIC: Giving Back
When he first arrived at Bentley, Dillon Sylvester ’18 wanted to join everything. He looked into plenty of groups but soon became hooked on the Student Alumni Leadership Council (SALC).
“We’re not as bold to experiment when grades are on the line, but in student organizations you have nothing to lose when you speak up and let your voice be heard.”
Brandon Samba '20 overcame his family's financial struggles and now helps kids learn financial skills to break the cycle of poverty.
An interview with Lebone Moses '02, who on July 1 will become the newest member of Bentley's board of trustees.
Bentley students hold their annual Dresses to Dreams event, which provides prom dresses to local high school students who might not otherwise be able to afford them.
The new scholarship in honor of Earl Avery, a champion of diversity and inclusion, will be awarded annually to academically talented students of color who demonstrate financial need.
Students, staff and faculty created a "Tree of Life" -- 331 messages of hope, love and support -- and sent it to a synagogue in Pittsburgh after an attack there left 11 people dead.
Entrepreneur Reginald Fils '21 created his own clothing line to inspire young people to become engaged in their communities.