Endicott is proud to have faculty, staff, and alumni running in the Boston Marathon. Here are their inspiring stories.
Jared Carrabis ’14 and Steve Perrault ’12 took very different paths, but the end result is the same—they are now the co-hosts of one of the most popular podcasts under one of the most popular digital media brands in the country.
Vincenza DiMaio ’16 M’18 shares her story of success in the homeland security space and how Endicott helped her get there.
Garrett Puckett ’18 is realizing his dream of working in Washington D.C., at the center of U.S. politics.
Cleveland Cavaliers fans will never forget where they watched Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals. That includes Zach Weiss '18, although his situation was a bit more complicated.
Emylee Wood, an Endicott alumna and 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year Awards nominee, continues to excel on and off the field.
David Aranjo ’17 makes blending career and passion look easy. (Photo used with permission from Paul Lyden)
From Endicott, to LA, to New York, and back to LA—again. Matt Leslie and Susie Castillo know a thing or two about the importance of lending support where it’s due. And it’s all in the name of creative success.
One co-founded a cybersecurity company. The other is on a mission to help fellow artists. Both are living out their dreams thanks to a master’s degree from the Van Loan School at Endicott College.
Take one look across Hale Street and you’ll see one of the most picturesque wedding and events facilities in New England—Misselwood.