Ann Beha Architects is an award-winning, boutique firm working nationally with museum, library, religious, and academic clients. Their employees are motivated individuals who are passionate about design and working in a collaborative practice, they have an interest in working with existing buildings and contemporary design within historic contexts. Brandon Prinzing, Co-op Coordinator for Ann Beha Architects, commented that the firm participated in the Northeastern co-op program after hearing about past success stories with other firms, and also wanting to be a mentor for future leading architects. “We have gotten very good, experienced co-ops, we enjoyed working with them because they came in very wide-eyed, green to some extent and eager to learn and then they walked away very experienced. We got many new ideas and enthusiasm generated throughout the firm. The co-op transformed their education as architects exponentially.” They had many students come back after their co-op experience and work either through graduate school or even after they graduated.