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Intercultural Activities

Intercultural Club
Promoting intercultural understanding throughout the Endicott College community and beyond.

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The Intercultural Club is a student group committed to promoting intercultural understanding at Endicott. As a club, we plan and participate 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. The Intercultural Club is also proud to sponsor Endicott's Global Village each semester. This group is open to all students on campus. Please contact: 

Chris Moca, (978) 232-2270

International Education Week

International Education Week Endicott takes part in the United States Department of State's International Education Week each November. 


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 following academic year.

Global UGRAD - World Learning and IREX Exchange Programs

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Endicott is proud to welcome an elite group of students through the United States Department of State’s Global Undergraduate Exchange Program. Students selected for the Global UGRAD program have gone through a rigorous selection process and represent the best of their home countries. While coming to the United States to learn more about American culture, these students also bring their unique cultures to Beverly to share with the entire Endicott community!

Through the World Learning program, Endicott welcomes students from Asia and Latin America while through the IREX program Endicott welcomes students from Eurasia, Central Asia and Pakistan. So far, Endicott has been host to students from The Dominican Republic, Cambodia, China, Egypt, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, Thailand, Uzbekistan and Venezuela.

For Fall 2013, Endicott College welcomes:

Euclidio "James" Alberto from Mozambique

Farah Azlan from Malaysia

Yousef Bakier from Egypt

Iris Garcia Pacheco from Guatemala

Vivek Oruganti from India

Pierre Verpile from Haiti

For Spring 2014, Endicott College welcomes:

Benish Michael from Pakistan

Syed Nighat from Pakistan

Liangjia Xie from China

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