Northeastern University’s cooperative education (co-op) program, founded over a century ago, is one of the largest and most innovative in the world. Students alternate semesters of academic study with semesters of full-time employment in positions related to their academic or career interests. Over 90% of Northeastern students participate in the co-op program and in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, and 2014 the Princeton Review ranked Northeastern 1st for “Best Internship/Career Services”.

Co-op at Northeastern

Current Co-ops

Towsif Ahasan
Economics & Business ’18

Towsif joined the Center for Resilience Studies in January 2017. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business, with a marketing concentration, at Northeastern University. Prior to joining the Center for Resilience Studies, Towsif worked as a sales operations analyst at John Hancock Financial, and as a debate coach at the Boston Latin School.

Pratik Dubey
International Affairs & Political Science ’19

Pratik joined the Center for Resilience Studies in January 2017. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and International Affairs with a minor in Law and Public Policy. Pratik is currently a member of The Student Government Association of Northeastern University. Prior to joining the Center, Pratik held a position at the District Office of Congressman Scott Peters in San Diego, California.

Alexis Palmer
International Affairs & Math ’18

Alexis joined the Center for Resilience Studies in January 2017. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degrees in Mathematics and International Affairs at Northeastern University. Alexis studied the intersections of immigration, gender, politics, and religion in Paris and Morocco in summer 2014, and Berlin in summer 2016. Prior to joining the Center, Alexis held a position at INTERPOL, working in their Counterterrorism Division, and at Clearedge Partners.

Previous Co-ops

Joshua Bardwell

International Affairs & Political Science ’18

Emily Foster

International Affairs & History ’17

Jeremy Love-Epp

Environmental Science & International Affairs ’18

Erin Bourque

International Affairs & Political Science ’18

Selmon Rafey

International Affairs & Political Science ’18

Jeremia Whall

International Affairs & Political Science ’16

Katarina Boehm

Environmental Science & Political Science ’18

Chris Grasso

International Affairs ’16

Merlinda Xharda

Economics & International Affairs ’16

Daria Capone

International Affairs ’15

Teagan Judd

Global Studies ’14

Marvin McMoore

Political Science/ International Affairs ’15

Scott Battey

International Affairs ’15

Josh Sternberg

International Affairs ’15

Brianna Barbaro

International Affairs ’14

Jordan Lieberman

Political Science and Business Administration ’15

Katie Braggins

International Affairs ’16

Evan Cohen-Shikora

International Affairs ’14

Michael Trudeau

Political Science ’13

Connor Goddard

International Affairs & Political Science ’14