The Department of Marine and Environmental Sciences hopes you continue to stay involved with Northeastern.
There are many ways in which you may become involved in the Co-op Program for Environmental Science and Studies and Marine Biology students at Northeastern:
Are you willing to speak to a group of students who are preparing for co-op?
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.
Have you considered mentoring a current Northeastern student?
Students need all of the support they can get while obtaining their degree. They would welcome the opportunity to be able to have a mentor who has graduated from Northeastern and knows about some portion of the fields of Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, and/or Marine Biology.
Are you willing to hire a co-op student?
The Environmental Science and Studies and Marine Biology programs at Northeastern are growing, and we are always looking for new opportunities for co-op students. 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.