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01/18/2018

Homeland Security Alumnus Thriving in Private Sector Working for National Grid

Matthew Donahue’s career in homeland security has taken off thanks to his Van Loan School at Endicott College education.
01/12/2018

Sport Management Majors Give Marketing a Go

Students dive in at local marketing firm and learn the value of marketing experience—no matter their desired careers.
01/11/2018

Endicott College Hosts R.A.D. Self-Defense Instructor Certification for Area Police Officers and College Administrators

Through courses taught this week at Endicott College, Massachusetts and New Hampshire police officers and college campus employees became certified instructors of R.A.D. Basic Physical Defense and Aerosol Defense Options courses.
01/10/2018

MBA Students Excel at Endicott’s ‘3 Day Startup’ Weekend

MBA students win the top prize at the Endicott College Angle Center for Entrepreneurship’s boot camp.
01/03/2018

Endicott Men's Ice Hockey Feature Set to Air on NESN

The Endicott men's ice hockey program will be featured on an upcoming episode of the New England Hockey Journal (NEHJ).
12/20/2017

From Haiti to Boston: An Inspirational Endicott Alumna Journey

Since coming to the U.S. in 2009, Sherley Belizaire has gone from not speaking any English to being an Endicott Boston alumna and lead teacher at a YMCA.
12/19/2017

A Taste of Agency Life Brings the Future into Focus

Best friends, Dory Butcher ’18 and Alexandra Del Tufo ’18, learned the ins and outs of local digital marketing agency, King Fish Media.
12/18/2017

Helping Local Charities Stitch by Stitch

Kennedy Glidden, Lindsay Laflamme, Anna McAlister, Caili Inman, and Ashley Palmer of the Charity Craft Club craft for a cause. The club wraps up its most recent donation to local homeless services organization.
12/18/2017

Homeland Security Student Helps Form Atrius Health’s Emergency Operations Plan

Thomas Cundari played an important role in developing the hazardous material annex.
12/15/2017

The Cultivation of a Species

For Paige Trabucchi ’18, it’s more than just an internship, it’s contributing to something much bigger—our environment.
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