The Alliance of Multicultural Organizations (AMO) is an organization that functions out the Pensby Center, whose purpose is to be a resource to the affinity organizations at Bryn Mawr College. It functions as an alliance between these groups, and gives members a forum to offer support to one another in an effort to create a more diverse community. Through workshops, discussions, and working with the Pensby Center staff the goal of the AMO is to help each organization fulfill their mission statement, and create a lasting impact on the Bryn Mawr Community.
Many student organizations benefit from a close relationship with the Pensby Center. Click here for more information on the current groups which form the Alliance of Multicultural Organizations.
The Pensby Center has many resources available to student groups, such as:
The Pensby Center offers affinity groups, social justice organizations, and individual students the opportunity to apply for mini-grants to fund their projects. Students may apply for funding anytime during the year by submitting a Funding Request to the Pensby Center.
The funds may be used in a variety of ways, including transportation to an event, to purchase supplies for a special awareness or educational project, or to pay for guest speakers who will address the campus. The Pensby Center has provided many students and organizations mini-grants to start a self-sustaining group or to develop an annual event that becomes a Bryn Mawr tradition.
Below are some examples of past projects student have developed there were supported through many grants:
Please contact the Pensby Center staff for more information about use and availability of these resources at 610-526-6592