“A sustainable world means working together to create prosperity for all.”Jacqueline Novogratz, Founder/CEO of Acumen


We believe that the next generation of leaders needs imagination and courage to constructively engage in the challenges and opportunities of our age. The Limited Resources identity/affinity community is designed to facilitate opportunities, networking, collaboration, and mentorship, while helping students navigate the day-to-day campus experience.

If you are interested in participating in and/or supporting this community, please feel free to share your experiences, provide resources that may support students’ pathways to development, connect with students to offer insight and support, and inform the broader community of internships, community engagement, or job opportunities.

Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, “What are you doing for others?”

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These words, spoken to an audience in Montgomery, Alabama by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., are just as relevant today as they were in 1957.  It is in this spirit that the Office of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion …

Posted by Sari Pascoe
Sari Pascoe Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Sari Pascoe
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Why Should I Work For a Non-Profit?

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The Muse offers this interesting article outlining some of the advantages to getting your career started in a non-profit. It also dispels some myths. Drew is incredibly connected in the non-profit space – come to the Career Center or visit …

Posted by Greg Townsend
Greg Townsend Director, Center for Internships and Career Development Greg Townsend
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FAFSA Mistakes That Cost You College Aid Opportunities

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College is expensive. Don’t make it more pricey than it has to be by missing out on potential college financial aid opportunities. If you want to give yourself and your family the best chance at reducing your college expenses, filling …

Posted by Amy Sugerman
Amy Sugerman Assistant Director, Center for Civic Engagement Amy Sugerman
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I Was a Low-Income College Student. Classes Weren’t the Hard Part.

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A New York Times Article: Night came early in the chill of March. It was my freshman year at Amherst College, a small school of some 1,600 undergraduates in the hills of western Massachusetts, and I was a kid on …

Posted by Yasmin Acosta
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