Northeastern University

Current Employers

We appreciate our Co-op Employer Partners.

The English Cooperative Education program at Northeastern University is privileged to work with some of the most outstanding employers in the Boston metropolitan area, who offer our students an opportunity to practice and develop their skills, to work alongside professionals in the field, and to make a significant contribution to the workplace.

Prospective Employers:

Is your organization listed below?
If the answer is NO, use the links at the left to learn more about what you may be missing!

Are you interested in hiring a Northeastern Co-op student but need more information?
The development of new positions and relationships with companies new to the Co-op program is a primary focus of the Co-op Faculty working with English undergraduates. Please Contact Us if you would like more information about the Program.

Are you ready to hire a Northeastern Co-op student?
Please click on the link below to submit a job description.
Job Request Form

We look forward to hearing from you.

Current Co-op Employers

Al Roker Productions
Allied Advertising
Bell Pottinger USA
Boston Bar Association
Boston Bruins
Boston Magazine
Boston Neighborhood Network (BNN)
Campus MovieFest
City of Boston-Public Works
Clifford/Bratskeir Public Relations
CN8 New England - Comcast Network
Conde Nast Publications
Constant Contact
Cox Communications
CSN Stores
Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Dataquest Investigations
Feinstein Kean Healthcare
Gray and Rice Public Relations
Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce
Harvard Law School
Harvard University-Lamont Library
IBM Rational Software
Joele Frank, Wilkinson Brimmer Katcher
John Wiley and Sons, Incorporated
Madison Square Garden
Martha Stewart Show
MIT-Audio Visual
NBC Universal Television
Newman Communications
O'Reilly Media
Pearson Custom Publishing
Rainbow Creative
Reebok International
Routhier Placements
Solomon McCown & Company
Sun Life Financial Group of Canada
Tracs, Incorporated
Walt Disney World
Weber Shandwick