Men’s volleyball player and business management and biotechnology student shares a bit about his Endicott experience.
On May 25, Paige Shippie will walk across the Commencement stage to receive not her first, but her second, undergraduate bachelor’s degree from Endicott College—this time around in hospitality management.
Five Endicott students, all with different majors, left the audience at the annual North Shore Technology Council’s “The State of Technology on the North Shore” event very impressed with their data and presentation on cluster mapping.
Student, Molly Halsey’19, is the Student Government Association President—but that’s not the only area she’s leading in.
Backed by Endicott’s entrepreneurial spirit, CropShop co-founders, AJ Marcinek’19 and Cam Bleck ’19, turned an idea into a thriving startup.
Dario Neukom '18 began his undergraduate business degree at The College of International Studies Madrid before using the partnership with Endicott to finish his studies and build his resume through internships while winning a soccer championship for the Gulls.
Soon-to-be graduates Michael Heidkamp & Carter Horwitz’s hockey careers may soon come to an end, but their professional careers are just beginning.
Ingrid Hjerpe '20 hopped on a plane to study abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark. What she discovered, thanks to Endicott's guidance, was the perfect place to explore multicultural child development with the world at her fingertips.
He designed his own major and with a whole lot of grit, an insane drive, and work ethic, DeNike was able to build his education around his passions.
Motivated and ready to make a change, Folsom-Fraster gathered 10 students of various backgrounds, genders, and ethnicities to create an Endicott version of the Take the Lead PSA. The goal of Endicott’s PSA is to initiate a conversation about race, sexuality, and homophobia and get people to feel comfortable talking about these divisive issues.