Office of International Education
Endicott College offers many on campus opportunities for students to develop greater understanding of other cultures. These opportunities afford Endicott students a chance to become familiar with other cultures prior to a study abroad experience, or provide an alternative to study abroad. Explore the opportunities we have on campus!
- International Dinner: April 10, 2013
- International Festival: May 2, 2013
- International Reception for International Student Graduates, Study Abroad Alumni Graduates and their families: May 23, 2013
The Office of International Education organizes and co-sponsors numerous events during the academic year. Please check the campus Events Calendar regularly for new activities.
Programs for Students
International opportunities for students include a variety of clubs, organizations and leadership programs that can help to build an international, multi-cultural skill set in order to be successful in today's global society.
Ocean2Ocean Intercultural Club (O2O)
O2O is a student group committed to promoting intercultural understanding at EC. As a club, O2O plans and participates in numerous cultural activities each year, both on and off campus. Activities include international dinners and film nights, charity events for international causes and sponsoring international and cultural performances and programs on campus. This group is open to all students on campus. O2O ends the academic year with an annual Spring International Festival in the Callahan Center, showcasing the variety of cultures on campus.
International Leadership Corps
- International Peer Mentor Program
The Peer Mentor Program at Endicott College is very helpful to newly arrived International Students. Upon arrival, each student is assigned a Peer Mentor, usually an upper class men who has returned from a study abroad experience, who will help the student in their adjustment to the campus and to the US. The Mentor will bring the student to shop for any necessities, have dinners periodically with the student and check in during the semester to make sure that everything is going well. During each semester, Mentors are asked to plan outings for all the newly arrived students to help them to get to know the area. Of course, the Mentors are always available for questions and concerns, any day! Students can apply to be an International Peer Mentor in April for the falling academic year.
- Global Ambassador Program
The Global Ambassadors are a group of volunteer students who have studied abroad and are looking to share their experiences with the Endicott community and aid the Office of Undergraduate International Programs in their mission. The Global Ambassadors program is made up of students from various majors, study abroad destinations, and programs. The Global Ambassadors strive to raise awareness about study abroad destinations, programs, deadlines, and benefits through marketing initiatives, classroom visits, information sessions, social media outreach, and other publications. The Global Ambassadors will also become part of the International Leadership Corps (ILC), where in collaboration with the International Peer Mentors, the group will strive to internationalize the Endicott College community.
Endicott College Diplomatic Corps
Endicott’s Model United Nations team attends the Harvard Model United Nations Conference each February and competes against over 3,000 other students from around the world. Each October and March, the team also participates in a Model Arab League. ECDC has represented Spain, Norway, Benin, Nicaragua, Timor-Leste in the Harvard Model United Nations and Libya, Egypt, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates at the Model Arab League.
Endicott College's delegation at the Harvard Model United Nations Conference 2012
Contact Professor Rich Nastasi for more information on how to get involved