Northeastern University


Thank you for visiting the Anthropology, Sociology and Human Services Departments Co-op Alumni/Alumnae Page!

The Northeastern Co-op Program for students with majors in anthropology, sociology and human services has much to offer college graduates who are seeking ways to be "connected" to the University.

Stay in Touch! Please sign our Guest Book.

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Be Involved!

There are many ways in which you may become involved in the Co-op Program for Cultural Anthropology, Human Services, and/or Sociology students at Northeastern.

Would you be willing to speak to students preparing for co-op, in a classroom setting?

Students are eager to hear about how their classroom education transfers to the workplace and about potential career choices. We invite you, as NU alumni/alumnae, to speak with students about the importance of the Co-op experience to you, what to expect in a Co-op position, and what you have been doing since graduation.

Would you be willing to hire a Co-op student?

Currently, there are approximately 120-140 students (Cultural Anthropology, Human Services, and/or Sociology majors) each academic year seeking Co-op positions. The development of new positions and new employer relationships is a primary focus of the Co-op Program. Please visit the Employer section of this website for additional information about hiring a Co-op student.

Have you considered providing financial support (a full or partial scholarship), enabling a Co-op student to work for a non-profit organization?

If you, or your company, are not able to hire a Co-op student at this time, perhaps you would consider making a contribution that would help support a Co-op student working in a local non-profit agency or performing community service. It is truly a "Win-Win" situation for both the Co-op student and the community.

Whether you want to be involved or just stay in touch:

Please sign my Guest Book.

I look forward to hearing from you!

You may also wish to visit the Northeastern University Alumni/Alumnae website.