Articles making waves.
A Political Skillset
An entry-level or internship position working in government offers a chance to build an enormous skillset that can be taken to any subsequent career. Dale McLennan, Dean of the Internship & Career Center, highlights a few.
The Virtual Chef
Brendan Cronin, Operations Manager & Associate Professor in the School of Hospitality Management, is known on campus for his enthusiasm for culinary creativity and top-notch hospitality.
Women Students Lead, Empower, Aspire, & Discover
Four first-year students founded Women in LEADership and the Changemakers Conference in 2015, an event launched to convene and celebrate inspirational women trailblazers—while bringing visibility to Endicott College’s diverse entrepreneurial community.
For many Endicott alumni, the potential to innovate, advance, and make a difference has pulled them right into the center of local and regional politics.
From an Internship to Senate Staffer
Garrett Puckett ’18 started in Washington, D.C. as an intern, and now works in the Senate advising interns and managing incoming correspondence.
Endicott’s Strength & Conditioning Program Is Working Out—And Then Some
Endicott College’s strength & conditioning program focuses on the long-term development and performance of Endicott’s student-athletes.
Endicott Athletics & ECTV are the Perfect Match
It’s partnerships like the one that exists between the Endicott Athletics Department and Endicott College Television (ECTV) that highlight the College’s commitment to experiential learning.
Team IMPACT Fellows Make Endicott History
Endicott seniors Meg Power and Jack Sutherland have been named Team IMPACT Fellows for the 2020–21 academic year, becoming the first-ever Gulls to do so.
Looking Back: Class of 1971
Our next Reunion Weekend will celebrate the 50th reunion of the Class of 1971. Take a look back with our quiz.
Reunion 2021 – A Double Feature
Endicott welcomes two different Reunion classes to campus in 2021 for a combined event.