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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.
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies

From Haiti to Endicott Boston

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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.
Sherley Belizaire '17
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies
"Endicott welcomes everybody, and they really push for the student’s success,” Belizaire said. “I love that, I really love that. It feels like a family."
Sherley Belizaire’s Endicott College story began when she was a little girl growing up in Haiti. She dreamed of working with children someday, and Endicott Boston helped her achieve that goal.
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Matthew Donahue’s career in homeland security has taken off thanks to his Van Loan School at Endicott College education.
Master of Science in Homeland Security

Using Homeland Security Degree in Private Sector

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Matthew Donahue’s career in homeland security has taken off thanks to his Van Loan School at Endicott College education.
Matthew Donahue '14
Master of Science in Homeland Security
"“It was all stuff that I had learned in the master’s program. They were so intrigued that they asked me if I could put together a packet of some of the work I’d done throughout the program,” Donahue said. “I went home that night, grabbed a thumb drive, loaded it up with some of my best power points and papers, ran to Staples down the road, had them professionally printed and packaged them together, and brought them in the next day.”"
Matthew Donahue’s job interview with National Grid was memorable for everyone involved. The company was hiring 10 people to staff its new security control center, and Donahue, an Endicott College Van Loan School Homeland Security Studies graduate program alumnus, made the most of his opportunity with the final interview.
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Van Loan School at Endicott College undergraduate student Julie Windegaard.
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies

Worldwide Journey Culminates With Online Program

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Van Loan School at Endicott College undergraduate student Julie Windegaard.
Julie Windegaard '17
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies
"Endicott has amazing teachers,” Windegaard, who graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2017, said. “I had classes where I didn’t want them to finish. It was a bit sad actually to be done with it. Even though you never meet the teachers because it’s online, they manage somehow to make you feel like you are part of the classroom. It was really, really good."
Whether you are sitting in one of the Van Loan School at Endicott College’s multiple on-site locations, or thousands of miles away with a computer in Norway, you can achieve your goals with an Endicott degree. And Julie Windegaard is a perfect example.
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Military member in the community

Military and Veterans

The Van Loan School at Endicott proudly welcomes active and retired members of the military. Here, you'll find a community and a sense of pride in your service, from staff who are well versed in G.I. benefits to faculty who are eager to hear your perspective and ready to see you succeed.