Links and Contacts

Volunteer Opportunities

Endicott College Alumni Council: A 35 member volunteer Council composed of elected members who serve in an advisory capacity to the College. The Council ensures that there is clear communication between alumni and the College, and contributes to the development and continued stability of the College. The Council seeks new applicants annually.

Alumni Events:  The Alumni Office hosts numerous events around the country to help alumni stay connected with each other and the College every year. Attend an event, host an event or share your ideas for a future event with us.

Reunion Committees:  Every June alumni are invited back to campus to celebrate their class Reunion and relive their memories with each other. Reunion is made most successful by having sufficient support and leadership from the class. An active committee connects with classmates, encourages attendance, and supports the Reunion class gift effort.

Class Correspondents:  Class Correspondents are responsible for communicating news about classmates through the class notes section of the Endicott Connection, one of the most anticipated alumni publications. Class Correspondents help us by reaching out to friends and classmates periodically throughout the year for news and update from their classmates.

Regional Volunteers: Endicott alumni enjoy getting together to hear about the College, to participate in local events, and to meet new friends.  Regional volunteers help plan alumni events in different geographic locations around the country. The time commitment is minimal, but the reward is long lasting.

Alumni Mentor Program:  Alumni are matched with an undergraduate student in a one-on-one mentoring relationship designed to enhance the student’s professional experience outside the classroom by providing guidance and advice from dedicated alumni.

Internship Site Supervisor:  Many alumni host an Endicott intern at their place of work.  By supervising a student at your place of work, you contribute to the success of the Endicott College Internship Program, and join the hundreds of professionals who make it possible to continue Endicott’s tradition of synthesizing academic and practical experience.

Classroom Speaker or Career Panel:  We welcome the opportunity for alumni to share expertise with current students as a classroom guest speaker or on an alumni career panel. Endicott students are always grateful to hear and learn from the College’s alumni.

Mingle and Dress and Mock Interviews: Throughout the year events are held to foster networking between Endicott alumni and students. The Mingle and Dress event gives students the opportunity to learn about professional etiquette and dress. The Alumni Mock Interviews allows students to practice interviewing with successful alumni in their chosen field. We are always looking for alumni to participate in these programs.

For more information about Alumni Volunteering, please call Sarah Earnest, Director of Alumni Relations at 978-232-2458 or searnest@endicott.edu.  Click Alumni Volunteer Opportunities for a printout of this page.

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