Major: Early Childhood Education
Home: Shanghai, China
I have been to: China, U.S, Denmark, Germany, France, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Singapore, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Manila, Nepal, Sweden, Maldives, Canada, Spain, Switzerland, Monte Carlo
Languages I speak: English, Danish, Chinese
My dream job: Dessert taste tester
What I like to do in my free time: Watch tv shows, hang out with friends and family, bake, and stay active
Clubs/sports/and activities: Education club, NSTA club, EC Buddies, KDP, Intercultural club, Global Ambassador
The one thing I love most about Endicott College: The Location!
Most interesting fact about me: My family and I moved to Beijing when I was 2 months old.
I am look forward to being a global ambassador for all the new international students!
Major: Graphic Design
Home: Saratoga, NY
I have been to: Ireland, Italy, Canada, US
Languages I can speak: English, Japanese, Italian
My dream job: Creative Director/Design Manager
What I like to do in my free time: Yoga, pilates, piano/music, astrology, and drawing/painting
Clubs/activities I participate in at Endicott: RA/Res Life, Peer Tutor, Alliance, Goddess Group, Lighthouse
The one thing I love most about Endicott College: The campus! Endicott is gorgeous and living on campus is such a privilege. I love how relaxing the beaches are, and Boston is nearby too.
Interesting fact about me: I’m half Japanese! It’s one of my goals to work on my Japanese skills so I can visit my dad’s family one day.
Major: International Business with a minor in International Studies
Home: Dracut, MA
I have been to: England, Portugal, Japan, Czech Republic
Languages I speak: English
My dream job: Working for an international firm where I can travel
What I like to do in my free time: Watch movies, listen to music, play piano, hang with friends
Clubs/sports/and activities: Film Club, Intercultural Club
The one thing I love most about Endicott College: Working at the Office of International Education
Most interesting fact about me: I can somewhat juggle
Home: Hiroshima, Japan
Languages I speak: Japanese, English, (Korean beginner)
My dream job: Work related marketing and public relations
What I like to do in my free time: Listening to music, hanging out with friends
Clubs/sports/and activities: -
The one thing I love most about Endicott College: The beautiful view of the campus
Most interesting fact about me: I'm allergic to cats, but I have two cats. I love K-POP and K-drama! (Korean music, drama)
Home: Londonderry, New Hampshire
Languages I speak: English, Mandarin, French
My dream job: Specialization in Constitutional Law (Lawyer)
What I like to do in my free time: Tennis, Horse-back Riding, Reading, Catching up on TV shows
Clubs/sports/and activities: I am a part of the Model United Nations team, and the president of the Intercultural Club.
The one thing I love most about Endicott College: The beaches make for a great environment to study, and it is so easily to make connections on campus: everyone is very friendly!
Most interesting fact about me: I'll be studying abroad in South Korea next fall!
Z (Jamyang Tamang)
Age: Doesn't believe in such social constructs
Major: Computer Science
Home: Sikkim, India
I have been to: Bhutan, Nepal, United States and the Moon
Languages I speak: English, Nepali, Hindi, Tamang
My dream job: Stay at home husband married to a woman with more than a comfortable amount of wealth
What I like to do in my free time: Watch anime/motorbike restoration videos. Ride my bike, drive around (only if it's a manual, automatic is a joke). Have illogical philosophical, political conversations.
Clubs/sports/and activities: Too cool for that kinda stuff, ya feel me
The one thing I love most about Endicott College: The Community amongst the faculty. Since we are small classes, we created this awesome bond with the professors.
Most interesting fact about me: I was supposed to be a twin, but X didn't make it [He prolly would have been the mad cool one] : (
Home: Big Island, Hawaii
I have been to: New Zealand, Australia, Western US
Languages I speak: English
My dream job: travel nurse
What I like to do in my free time: In my free time I love being outside, my friends and I will go on valley or waterfall hikes, and we love camping at the beach.
Clubs/sports/and activities: LIGHThouse Leadership Society, Presidential Ambassador
The one thing I love most about Endicott College: I love that there’s people for everyone here. No matter what kind of experience you’re looking for at this school, you will find people who are looking for the same thing.
Most interesting fact about me: I can surf!
Interior Architecture; Minor: Graphic Design
Home: Concord, NH
I have been to: Quebec (Montreal), Ontario (Niagara Falls and Toronto) and I Roadtripped the entire east coast of the U.S. twice
Languages I speak: English, Greek
My dream job: So many things... designing themed experiences at amusement parks, resorts, restaurants etc.; side hustle buying property all over the world to build converted shipping container tiny houses on and traveling/renting them out; creating some kind of content related to design/architecture and travel
What I like to do in my free time: Freelance; fuel my documentary addiction; color/doodle; socialize; work on my Greek literacy, fall down Pinterest black holes; waste time trying to decide whether I want to watch a K drama or binge HGTV
Clubs/sports/and activities: LIGHThouse/Project Connect; Before COVID: Endicott Singers, EDGE (tap)
The one thing I love most about Endicott College: I like that it is relatively easy to get to know people and take advantage of academic and extracurricular opportunities so long as you are friendly and open to investing in people, the community is small so it's easy to form personal relationships with your faculty and to recognize the staff around campus at the lodge or library etc.
Most interesting fact about me: My art is going to be published in a book later this year!
Admittedly, I am not extremely well traveled and I often wish I could be more in-tune with my family's Mediterranean roots, but the catalysts that determine the philosophies I view the world through have all been foreign influences. I grew up around a family of immigrants with very strong culturally-informed values/beliefs and the strongest friendships I have maintained from high school are all with international friends. I have found that it's easy to fall into the habit of small talk with people who come from backgrounds similar to mine because it's hard not to subconsciously assume I already know who they are. When I started to make my first international friends in high school it helped me understand that there is so much nuance to a person and that every difference can be a really fun thing to explore, this subsequently helped me connect better with friends that had been in my life long prior to those international friendships. The empathy and curiosity that stemmed from some of those multi-cultural discussions has undoubtedly allowed me to be better in the rest of my relationships. I would say that I'm a naturally curious person, I ask a lot of questions [😂] and I would like to think I'm pretty bubbly - the opportunity to be a GA is one that combines a lot if my interests and I think it would be an awesome experience to humble myself a little, grow the outlook I see the world through and meet people my age with really interesting stories!