Wylie has also made Endicott's resources available to Beverly citizens. The college's Center for the Arts hosts the Beverly Community Arts Exhibit each year. Classes at Endicott have conducted focus groups that contributed to Downtown 2020, a development program promoted by Beverly Main Streets. Design classes have provided conceptual drawings to show how proposed changes could improve the look of downtown Beverly. And in addition to his role as college president, Wiley sits on the boards of a number of nonprofit agencies.
As an award-winning journalist, Susan Wornick has highlighted the plight of people in need and of innocent victims. She has also contributed her personal time to causes that have an impact on the North Shore.
In addition to serving on the board of Rosie's Place, a Boston shelter for homeless women, she works with the Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless and Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly. She has volunteered to raise awareness and funds for national causes, such as breast cancer research, and more local needs, such as troubled teenagers and children at risk in Massachusetts. Wornick has also been a great supporter of the Red Cross, hosting many of its annual Heroes ceremonies.