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Get Involved

One of the best ways to combat reverse culture shock is to get involved with activities on campus. Below you will find many opportunities here at Endicott to share your international experience with others.


Study Abroad Global Ambassador

Want to share your experience and help your peers with going abroad? Become a Study Abroad Global Ambassador where you can volunteer at different events throughout the year to promote studying abroad.  

Email Warren Jaferian - - for more information about becoming a Global Ambassador. 

Host an Exchange Student

Want to welcome and help out an exchange student here at Endicott like those who welcomed you in your host country? Volunteers are able to sign up to have exchange students live with them each semester during holiday breaks. For more information, contact Chris Moca in the Office of International Education at:

Intercultural Club

Open to all Endicott students, this club has been organized to provide an opportunity for communication and friendship between international and domestic students in order to create exchange among all Endicott students and to enrich campus life with different ideas and activities. For more information, contact Chris Moca in the Office of International Education at:

International Education Week

International Education Week is a national event held each year in the beginning to mid November.  Offices and organizations throughout Endicott come together to promote awareness and understanding of people and cultures from around the world through events and presentations. Contact Chris Moca in the Office of International Education for more information (


Service-Learning projects enable students to gain valuable career experience while contributing to important community interests. Everyone involved benefits - community organizations profit from students' developing expertise and students add skill and experience to their resumes. For more information, contact the Office of Community Service at: +1.978.232.2241