Emmanuel College is a member of a number of organizations focused on advocacy, economic growth, student experience, cultural opportunities and more.
Colleges of the Fenway is a collaborative effort of five neighboring Boston-based colleges in the Fenway area. This collaboration was created to add value to student's academic and social life while seeking innovative methods of investing in new services and containing the costs of higher education.
Collectively, the colleges represent more than 12,000 undergraduate students, comprising 16.2% of the total Boston population of undergraduates attending four-year colleges, more than 700 full-time faculty, and 2,300 course offerings. Members include Emmanuel College, Massachusetts College of Art, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and Simmons University.
The Fenway Alliance is a consortium of 21 nationally and internationally renowned cultural and academic institutions located in the Fenway. It defines the best of arts, culture, education, and research in Boston - and beyond.
Together with institutional members, corporate partners, and community organizations, the Fenway Alliance creates innovative and relevant programming that supports local artists and entrepreneurs while allowing improved access to the unique offerings of the Fenway to the greater public.
Founded more than 100 years ago, the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce is a broad-based association representing businesses of all sizes from virtually every industry and profession in our region.
The Chamber is committed to promoting diversity in every aspect of its work and throughout the business, government, and civic life of the community. Serving as the voice of the employer community, the Chamber works to reduce business costs, improve worker skills, promote innovation, retain talent, and strengthen infrastructure.
The Emerald Necklace Conservancy is a private non-profit stewardship organization founded in 1998 to maintain, restore and protect the parks of the Emerald Necklace designed by Frederick Law Olmsted for all to explore, use and enjoy.
The conservancy brings together representatives of both the private and public sectors to carry out these goals and activities complement the longstanding initiatives of its public partners, the Boston Parks + Recreation Department, Brookline Parks and Open Space and the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.
The New England Council, the country's oldest regional business organization is an alliance of businesses, academic and health institutions, and public and private organizations throughout New England formed to promote economic growth and a high quality of life in the region.
The Council is dedicated to identifying and supporting federal public policies and articulating the voice of its membership regionally and nationally on important issues facing New England. The NEC is also committed to working with public and private sector leaders across the region and in Washington through educational programs and forums for information exchange.
Established in 1967 by college and university presidents, AICU Mass (Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Massachusetts) is the leading voice on public policy issues affecting independent higher education in Massachusetts.
The association comprises 59 degree-granting, accredited, independent (private) colleges and universities across the Commonwealth. We work closely with member institutions to promote increased awareness of the significant contributions that colleges and universities make to the cultural, economic, and knowledge-based reputation of Massachusetts.
The Longwood Collective is a non-profit organization that provides programs and services in Boston’s Longwood Medical and Academic Area (LMA). The organization was established in 1972 as MASCO (Medical Academic and Scientific Community Organization) to address the area challenges such as parking and traffic. Soon, leaders of several local institutions decided to establish a group that would transcend organizational boundaries and focus on the best interests of the area as a whole.
The 11 founding members pledged to work together to solve “problems related to inefficient land use, parking, traffic, and duplication of services...” For over a half-century, The Longwood Collective has promoted a greater sense of community among our member organizations and offered programs and services that are more efficiently and effectively developed through collaboration.