Internship & Career Center Resources
Advising, Training, Recruiting and More
The Internship & Career Center at Endicott is a resource to help students understand the relationship between academic experiences, internship opportunities, and career choices. We provide individual career advising, training seminars, employer events, on campus recruiting, an alumni mentor program, and career assessments to help students and alumni prepare for their future.
Endicott’s internship program is staffed by internship faculty who are based in their respective academic departments. They help students acquire essential job search skills through required courses, group meetings, individual advising sessions, workshops, and academic coursework.
Your career journey begins on day one.
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As you begin shaping your career plan, we are here to help you assess your values, interests, and skills to make informed decisions about your future.
Online internship & job posting platform. Gulls@Work helps you find the jobs you’re looking for and makes it easy for employers to recruit you.
Students, alumni, faculty, and staff are invited to join the Endicott College Networking group on LinkedIn to share job postings and resources and stay connected with the Endicott community.
Whether you’re exploring majors or searching for information about your chosen field, this website will help you connect majors to careers. Learn about typical career areas and types of employers that hire people with each major and strategies to make you a more marketable candidate. Continue your research through the websites provided.
Take advantage of career assessment tools that allow you to explore career options tailored to your personality, skills, and interests.
A web-based tool for practicing interview skills with a virtual interviewer. Students and alumni can record and review their performance and also receive tips on improving their responses.
Mastering your money just got a lot easier. Financial Avenue provides online financial education to help you gain important knowledge about the basics of personal money management. You’ll have access to videos, tools, articles, calculators, and much more.
Search through all the past internship sites. This will give you a list of warm connections and their contact information so you can reach out.
This is one of the best resources to assist you in the internship and job search. LinkedIn allows you to share your experience, skills, and qualifications with future employers as well as build and interact with your network and grow your brand as a professional.
Endicott has partnered with LiquidCompass to connect our students and alumni with up-to-date opportunities in healthcare at hospitals and healthcare facilities throughout the U.S.
Forage is a free online resource which offers virtual experience programs designed by leading companies. Develop your skills and gain a real understanding of different roles and sectors by working through these self-paced modules, with tasks similar to those you would undertake during a traditional internship.
Endicott is proud to partner with Work Without Limits—a network of employers, educational institutions, employment service providers, state and federal agencies, individuals with disabilities, and their family members. Through collaboration and partnership, our goal is to increase the employment of people with disabilities until it is equal to those without disabilities.
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After four years developing their resumes through Endicott’s dynamic and industry-leading experiential learning program, their hard work has paid dividends for the Class of 2019. Now it’s time to tell their stories.Student Stories
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We are committed to fostering professional opportunities for our students – both past and present. If you are interested in partnering with Endicott for a job or internship opportunity or engaging in on-campus career programming, or if you're an alumna/us seeking resources offered at the center, please get in touch.