Programs and Resources
Diversity & Social Justice Student Organizations
- Alpha Omega
- Asian Student Association (ASA)
- Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU)
- Catholic Student Association (CSA)
- Cape Verdean Student Association (CVSA)
- Caribbean American Student Associaion (CASA)
- CROWNS (Women of Color Organization)
- Hispanic International Student Unity” (HISU).
- Islamic Society at Wentworth (ISWIT)
- Multicultural Student Association (MSA)
- National Organization for Minority Architects (NOMAS)
- National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
- Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
- Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
- Wentworth Alliance (WITa)
- Women's Institute for Leadership Development (WILD)
- Wentworth Jewish Club (WITJC)
If you have questions about our DSJP student organizations, please email Ricky Meinke at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bridges Mentoring Program & IMPACT! Orientation
Bridges is a program specifically designed for new students of color entering Wentworth. While transitioning to college is exciting, it can also be challenging, especially for students who are underrepresented on campus and often in their chosen STEM fields. The Bridges program is designed to help you build bridges to success. Learn more about Bridges Mentoring Program.
Beloved Community Social Justice Retreat
The Beloved Community Social Justice Retreat is a unique opportunity for students to spend 24 hours off-campus to engage in activities and learn from each other about social justice. The retreat is held during Martin Luther King, Jr weekend in January and is based on Dr. King’s vision of the Beloved Community. Participants come back to campus with an action plan to work towards this Beloved Community on the Wentworth campus.
My Brother's Keeper (MBK)
Based on President Obama's initiative, my Brother's Keeper will focus on men of color at Wentworth. This initiative focuses on brotherhood, academics, and professional success. MBK also provides participants with professional and social opportunities as well as academic and personal support throughout the year.
The Center for Diversity and Social Justice Programs employs students throughout the year. These ambassadors plan interactive and passive programs to educate students on issues of diversity and social justice.
The Women's Council is a student-run council that seeks to provide and support the academic, social, and professional success of self-identified women at Wentworth.
SMART training is a program to educate everyone on campus about LGBTQIA+ concepts, ideas, and terminology as well as providing training on how to support LGBTQIA+ individuals in the Wentworth community and beyond. Learn more about SMART training.