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Kelly was an editorial intern at BOSTON COMMON Magazine and Spotted Media and a copywriting intern at BIGfish Communications. She graduated from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in english.
Meghan is a resident assistant at St. Joseph Hall. She is studying english communications and will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2019.
Adam is an Art of the Americas intern at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. He will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in graphic design with a minor in art history.
Maan is an area, people and culture intern at Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, Inc.. He will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in business management with a language certification in Arabic.
Kelly was a public relations intern at Regan Communications Group. She graduated from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in communication and media studies and management.
Shennah was a graphic design intern in Emmanuel College's office of marketing and communications. She will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in communications and a minor in graphic design.
Kenny was a marketing intern at Liberty Mutual Insurance and World Sports Camps. He will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2017 with a degree in business management.
Marwah was a clinical care technician/unit coordinator at Tufts Medical Center. She will graduate from Emmanuel College in 2018 with a degree in biology with a health science concentration.
How Emmanuel alumni are thriving in the changing world of work.
After earning their diplomas, Emmanuel graduates apply their talents at leading businesses, nonprofits and service organizations, as well as prestigious graduate programs.
Emmanuel is not only in the heart of the world’s greatest college town—it is an integral part of one of Boston’s most dynamic and growing neighborhoods.
The construction of a modern 18-story residence hall marks a historic step by Emmanuel to enhance the vibrancy of the student experience and to position the college to compete and thrive in its second century.