We have some amazing alums here at Endicott, and we take such pride in sharing their successes. We profiled Jana in the latest Connections magazine, but there’s so much more to her story than we were able to fit. So here is a deeper look at her adventure to start Second Chance Africa, a charity to help treat post-traumatic stress victims in Liberian refugee camps.
In total, Endicott students, faculty, and staff contributed over 19,000 hours of Community Service at non-profits locally, nationally and internationally. 1,376 students and 77 staff/faculty volunteered their time to many local organizations such as the Open Door Food Pantry, North East ARC, Beverly Bootstraps and the Girdler House.