The Co-op Program is important to Shawn Cogan (Class of 2010). Shawn began his third coop in May 2009. After completing his first co-op in the biotech industry and his second in academia, Shawn knew that private industry was where he should be. Read more about Shawn's Coop experiences.
The Co-op Program is important to Jocelyn Mitchell (Class of 2010). Jocelyn's first Co-op experience is set for Summer2/Fall07. She is well prepared, having recently completed an experiential education internship at the NU Marine Science Center in Nahant, MA in which she participated in a study taking place along the shores of Massachusetts, Maine, and South Carolina. Read more about Jocelyn's experience.
Brandi Arterberry is a junior at Northeastern University and is majoring in biology. She is passionate about cancer research. It was important for Brandi Arterberry to attend Northeastern University in order to participate in a program that combines excellent academics in the classroom with a structured experiential opportunity in the workplace. Read more about Brandi's experience.
Robert (Bob) Crooker
The Co-op program played a major role in Bob’s decision to attend Northeastern. He knew he wanted to go to school in Boston. After hearing about the Co-op program, NU became Bob’s first choice. He is currently out on his third co-op working in the research labs of Dr. Carol Warner of the NU Biology Department. Read more about Bob's experience.
Christine transferred to Northeastern University after spending 2 years at the University of Georgia. She came to NU primarily because of her love for Boston; however, the Co-op program definitely made Northeastern stand out among the many schools in the area. While at Northeastern, Christine was a member of the NU Biology Club, the BU Neurons, Academy of the College of Arts & Science, Dean's List, National Dean's List, Sigma Alpha Lambda National Honor Society, and Golden Key International Honour Society. Read more about Christine Koval and her NU experience.
When Sarah Sargent arrived at Northeastern, she selected biology as her major because it was her favorite science in high school. Sarah has always enjoyed science. From her first science fair in the second grade through learning the chemical properties of tie dye in her sophomore year of high school, Sarah always listed science as her favorite class. Read more about Sarah and her NU experience.