Networking leads to first interior design job
Thanks to an exciting junior winter intersession, Sydney Kimball landed a dream internship and future full-time job.
What are your plans for after Commencement?
After graduation, I will be employed full-time at Cube 3 Studio in Lawrence, Mass., where I will be a junior product coordinator.
I landed this position with Cube 3 through an Endicott College Interior Design alumna who reached out to me during my winter intersession junior year and asked me to intern. Now it has led to a full-time job.
Is there a particular faculty member, advisor, or another community member that has been an integral part of your student success and development?
Some of the faculty that have helped me throughout my four years are Dean Kevin Renz, Professor Andrew Brody, Professor Michael Miller, and the rest of the Visual Performing Arts staff.
What is your fondest memory, the biggest takeaway, or something you miss the most from your undergraduate career at Endicott?
Something that I’m going to miss the most about Endicott is the entire arts community. They have been so gracious and helpful and have pushed not only me, but every student, to be their absolute best.
What is one piece of advice you have for incoming students?
One piece of advice that I have for incoming students is to honestly make sure you get sleep. It’s the most helpful thing you can make sure to do for yourself.