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Endicott also has new digital tools that allow you to view the density count at the Callahan Center dining hall, to reserve exercise time at the Post Sport Science & Fitness Center, and to pick up mail from the Mail & Copy Center. 
 
Endicott Virtual Tour

Tour The Nest—Virtually

Endicott has designed a way for you to experience the College’s picturesque coastal campus from the safety and convenience of your own desktop, tablet, or mobile device. 

Why Endicott?

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    CAREER PREPARATION
    90%+
    Graduates with careers related to their major

    Our internship program starts your freshman year. When you leave Endicott, you'll know who you are and what you want to do.

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    ENGAGED FACULTY
    14:1
    Average student-faculty ratio

    At Endicott, you won't just occupy a seat in a lecture hall. Our small class sizes mean your professors will know your name.

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    WORLD-CLASS CAMPUS
    235
    Lush oceanfront acres

    State-of-the-art academic facilities, unique residential buildings, and sweeping views of the Atlantic make our campus your home away from home.

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Find your fit at Endicott

We're proud to offer a variety of innovative undergraduate and graduate programs backed by world-class student services and support. Find your program to begin your journey to a fulfilling career.

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Kayla Kenehan
Massachusetts State Police, Fire & Explosion Unit

Fires and Explosions: a Thrilling Career Path

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Kayla Kenehan
Kayla Kenehan '20
Political Science
"This internship has definitely moved me a step closer to my end goal because it allowed me to make connections with those in law enforcement. Additionally, I learned hands-on skills that I will hopefully use in my career, specifically the K-9 handling and training ones."
With her eyes set on a career in law enforcement, political science major, Kayla Kenehan ’20 did her senior internship with the Massachusetts State Police (MSP) Fire and Explosions Unit. Her experience involved working with highly-trained K-9s in situations such as a New England Patriots game at Gillette Stadium and working at Logan International Airport. Kenehan’s hands-on experience provided her with useful knowledge and valuable connections that will carry into her future career.
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Endicott College student Julia McIntyre Four Seasons internship
Four Seasons Hotel Boston

Taking a risk pays off.

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Endicott College student Julia McIntyre Four Seasons internship
Julia McIntyre '20
Hospitality Management
"My advice for future Endicott College interns is to do an internship that’s outside of your comfort zone. I was encouraged by the Endicott internship faculty and my professors to give it a try and I’m so happy I did."
Hospitality major, Julia McIntyre ’20 spent her first two internships working at event planning venues, but was unsatisfied. As a senior, she decided to switch things up and intern with the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston. Here, she discovered a love for the dynamic hotel environment, and a newfound passion for marketing.
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Rebekah Brannen
Brigham and Women’s Hospital Shapiro Cardiac Building

Learning the ways in a top-tier hospital

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Rebekah Brannen
Rebekah Brannen '20
Nursing
"I had to tell myself every day that my preceptor would not let me do anything she did not think I was capable of, and she continued to push my comfort zone. I left my internship feeling ready to tackle the real world as a nurse!"
Nursing graduate, Rebekah Brannen ’20 spent the fall semester interning at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston. She began the experience feeling intimidated, however gained confidence in herself and the process as she continued to find her footing in the high-pressure environment.
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