Located in Quincy, Massachusetts on Boston’s historic South Shore, Eastern Nazarene College is a distinctively Christian liberal arts college. ENC is committed to the teaching and mentoring of students in a nurturing, spiritually enriched, and academically supportive environment. Offering a full breadth of academic programs, ENC prepares students to lead and serve in a diverse world by integrating the best in education and the best in Christian faith.
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Students: Just Launched A Start-Up - Now What?

Posted by ENC on May 5, 2016 11:30:00 AM

So you’re in college and just launched a start-up and you’re all excited to jump in and get started right? I understand the exuberance; I was there once myself. Let’s take a look at three things that can either help your business grow or prevent it from growing at all.

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Topics: Internship and Job Opportunities, Boston and Quincy Opportunities, Business

“Get A Job” Tips For College Seniors

Posted by ENC on Jan 29, 2016 8:30:00 AM

Today’s job market is challenging, and every college student is faced with an uphill climb in order to come out of college with a degree in hand and a full time job.  The one thing a college grad wants is a job. Then realism and economic conditions are factored into the picture and they understand having a job waiting for them at graduation is not the norm.  In fact, BloombergBusiness reported only 12% had lined up full-time jobs. 

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Topics: Internship and Job Opportunities, Boston and Quincy Opportunities, ENC Life

Why Study History If You’ve Already Lived Through It?

Posted by ENC on Jan 6, 2016 10:21:53 AM

History is one of those majors in college that is greatly underestimated and misunderstood by those who have not experienced it in the college classroom. History majors have the potential to learn some amazing skills while in college that all businesses need. Who would have thought that studying history would be such a significant means to learning critical professional skills? After all, History majors study things like the Revolution, Machu Picchu, The Boston Massacre and the gilded age right? Well… not exactly.

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Topics: Education, History, Academics, Boston and Quincy Opportunities

Why a Business Degree Is More Valuable Than You Think

Posted by ENC on Dec 23, 2015 11:00:00 AM

For nearly 35 years, a Business degree has been the single most common major awarded for students. Maybe that’s because the need for business will never go away. Additionally, the rate of domestic and international business convergence is changing at warp speed, more than ever before. It may not be long before colleges may have a hard time graduating business degree students fast enough with the right skills needed to accommodate the rapidly evolving business needs.

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Topics: Boston and Quincy Opportunities, Campus Life, ENC Life, Business

An Immersive Collegiate Experience You Will Never Forget!

Posted by ENC on Dec 16, 2015 6:00:00 PM

Going to college in greater Boston is recognized on an international scale for a lot of things, many of which are celebrated and embraced by students. Some want and appreciate a culture deep-dive into America’s history or even the pedigree of a New England collegiate experience while others enjoy the rush of a big city and the energy that comes with it. It’s tough to find a place with more culture, historical significance, start-ups, technology, art, sports enthusiasm, educational institutions, medicine and innovation, all in one place. All of those combined create a vibrant and exciting mixture for a college student who wants to launch their career.

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Topics: History, Applying for college, Boston and Quincy Opportunities, Campus Life, ENC Life, Christian Community

Why Go To A College Far From Home

Posted by ENC on Nov 11, 2015 3:17:36 PM

Going to a college far away from home is an idea most students love to entertain for one reason only, and that is to have the freedom to do what they want. A college environment in itself does more than give the individual student freedom; it also equips them with the skills necessary to enter their field of choice with confidence. Below are three main reasons why you should consider going to a college far from home.

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Topics: Education, Campus Life, ENC Life, Christian Community

Degree Completion for Adults

Posted by ENC on Oct 8, 2015 12:21:02 PM

Your college degree, your hopes and dreams just may be closer than you think

Have you always wanted to finish your college degree and prove to yourself that you have what it takes to advance your career? How about wanting to set an example for your kids so they can see that education is important?

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Topics: Education

Are The Good Jobs Back?

Posted by ENC on Oct 7, 2015 10:21:54 AM

 It wasn’t’ too long ago that many of us in Higher Education were concerned for our recent graduates. The jobs just weren’t available and the business climate wasn’t looking too good for them even though they finished college with a degree in hand. Today, the economy has recovered to a point where “Good Jobs Are Back,” according the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.

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Topics: Education, Boston and Quincy Opportunities

Social Media and Psychology – What Do They Have In Common?

Posted by ENC on Sep 23, 2015 10:00:13 AM

We all know that social media is immensely popular nowadays. But did you know psychology plays a huge role in why social media is off the charts popular with nearly all ages? Social media is also changing just like we are, and it’s changing the way we relate to one another, communicate, share and yes, even form our own personal identity.


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Topics: Academics

Face-To-Face Learning; Why Is It Important?

Posted by ENC on Aug 25, 2015 1:30:00 PM

Over the years face-to-face has been the go to method for learning because it provides students with hands on experiences that apply to real life. It also gives students and teachers alike the opportunity to interact with and be accountable for each other. This is not to say that online learning has no value, but rather to point out the essentiality of face-to-face learning. 

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Topics: ENC Faculty, Education, Academics