Endicott College was founded in 1939 on the belief that successful students "learn by doing." All Endicott students complete three distinct internships over the course of four years, gaining professional experience, building confidence, and making important industry contacts.
Your career journey begins on day one.
You will take an internship class your first semester focused on career preparation, professional skill building, and industry research. You will also have a chance to complete an internship your freshman year to gain experience and insight into working in your field.
Data based on a recent survey of 2018 graduates
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.
Students and alumni have exclusive access to thousands of jobs and internships through our premier job search tool, Handshake.
Get ahead by getting a mentor! Our alumni mentors impart professional knowledge and guidance for students embarking on careers.
Featured Internships and Jobs
- Associate Customer Support Specialist (Customer Support) at HubSpot
- Emerging Leaders Program: Rotational Business Operations Track - Multiple Locations at GEICO
- Emerging Leaders Program Operations Track - Multiple Locations at GEICO
- Software Engineer -Entry Level at HubSpot
- Clinical Research Coordinator at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Graduate with a degree, a resume, and a job
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
Pushing past the comfort zone
Finding one passion through following another
Two bachelor’s degrees & a passion for hospitality management
Connect with the Internship and Career Center
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.