Five students who presented at a recent international co-op fair describe their experiential learning opportunities abroad and what made those experiences so meaningful.
Journalism student Olivia Hesslein says that working behind the scenes for two national news networks while on co-op has defined her career path. Now she wants to be a television news producer.
As the White House prepares its framework for a new college ratings system, President Aoun proposed a series of critical value-added indicators for universities to help families have access to more reliable and transparent information for measuring students’ career and personal success.
Here’s a rundown of some exciting events taking place at Northeastern this month that you won’t want to miss.
I’ve officially made it through week one at the U.S. Embassy in Quito, Ecuador and I have to say, it has surpassed every expectation I had. The community here is […]
A gift from the Victor and William Fung Foundation Limited will establish an endowment fund to provide scholarships to students participating in Northeastern’s international co-op program.
It seems as though nowadays, you can work from just about anywhere– a traditional office, your home, a coffee shop, you name it. And to be honest, I personally love […]
Preparation is key. I leave for Ecuador in exactly five days and I just bought my plane tickets! I know exactly what you’re thinking, for someone writing about job preparation, she […]
The university has been selected to receive the 2015 Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
In 48 hours, I’ll board a plane destined for Cape Town, South Africa to begin my first co-op. My bags are packed, my passport is ready, and my movie playlist […]
Students can now apply for the 2015 Coolest Co-op Video Competition, in which undergraduates submit two-minute videos about their co-op experiences and why they’ve been so rewarding and impactful.
Northeastern University convened a roundtable on higher education, bringing together local university leaders and U.S. Department of Education Under Secretary Ted Mitchell, whose campus visit also included a discussion with students and young alumni.