Co-op gives you real world experience and puts classroom learning to the test.
It sets you on the right path toward successful careers.
It helps you to become a global citizen in a global economy.
students went on co-op in 2013-2014
many for the 2nd or 3rd time Carlos Villalabos is one
"I was bitten by the tech bug."
While on his first co-op at Adobe Systems in San Francisco, Carlos became enamored with the tech culture. "I was bitten by the tech bug. Seeing these companies succeed pushes you out of your comfort zone and makes you want to get out there and start something of your own." Read the full story at news@Northeastern
Digital marketing co-op at Adobe in San Francisco
Developed Bökeh, a wireless enabled camera lens that connects to the iPhone
"Co-op is much more than just a work experience. It's a life-changing adventure."
in 128 countries &
on all 7 continents
Eileen Sheehan Co-op on the ice
Co-op brought Eileen Sheehan to the edge of the earth…literally. The biochemistry major is one of the students who took the journey to the Palmer Research Station in Antarctica to study climate change. She is blogging about her experience. Read the full story at news@Northeastern
"Antarctica is a unique location to be conducting scientific experiments...it's an amazing experience."
co-op employers worldwide
HubSpot is one of them
Co-op gets results.
of our grads are employed full time or enrolled in grad school within 9 months of graduation.
of students receive a job offer from their co-op employer.
of grads are doing full-time work in a field related to their major.
of students would recommend co-op to a friend
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