The first student to participate in the internship agreement between ENC and Beth Israel Lahey Health gets hired

Jun 16, 2021

In the spring of 2021, Eastern Nazarene College proudly announced an established partnership with Beth Israel Lahey Health to offer dedicated internship opportunities to ENC Life Science students within Cancer Clinical Research.

The first student to participate in this competitive program was Eva Montrond (B.A. Biology ’21) from Dorchester, Massachusetts. As expected, she shined in this role and thoroughly enjoyed her work. After being interviewed for an opening in the department that she had interned in, she was offered a full time position. We are very pleased that she will graduate from ENC and immediately enter the work force at one of world’s best hospitals, right here in Boston. We are very proud of her hard work and anticipate wonderful things in her future. Eva plans on attending medical school, which her job at Beth Israel Lahey Health will prepare her well for.

ENC’s Theatre for Social Justice Program wins top Hometown Media Award

Quincy Access Television (QATV) received two 2021 Hometown Media Awards from the Alliance for Community Media Foundation. The awards program was established to honor and promote community media, community radio, and local cable programs that are distributed on Public,...

Softball wins NECC Championship – Prepares for NCAA Tournament

Softball wins NECC Championship – Prepares for NCAA Tournament

I invite you to join me in congratulating the ENC Softball team for their dominant performance in capturing the NECC Conference Title last weekend. The team and department will be informed about the location of the regional round of the NCAA Tournament on Monday at...