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How Can I Find a Mentor?

This post was written by Chris­tine Hath­away, Senior Assis­tant Director of Mar­keting for North­eastern Uni­ver­sity Coop­er­a­tive Edu­ca­tion and Career Devel­op­ment. It was orig­i­nally posted on Intern​match​.com and was re-​​​​posted with per­mis­sion from […]

Students seek a range of opportunities at fall career fair

Northeastern’s Depart­ment of Career Devel­op­ment held its first career fair of the aca­d­emic year on Thursday, as more than 2,000 stu­dents sought co-​​ops and full-​​time job oppor­tu­ni­ties and net­worked with rep­re­sen­ta­tives from more than 260 companies.

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5 Things to Know As an International Student Attending the Career Fair (And Maybe As a Domestic Student Too)

The Fall North­eastern Career Fair on October 2 is a new expe­ri­ence for many inter­na­tional stu­dents (and for domestic stu­dents as well).  For some people, the con­cept of “new” is […]

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4 Things I Didn’t Learn in College (but wish I had)

This guest post was written by NU Alum Kelly (Sul­livan) Good she cur­rently works as geol­o­gist at Envi­ron­mental Resources Man­age­ment in Chicago.  When I grad­u­ated from col­lege, I was con­vinced I knew […]

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Northeastern Career Services Ranked #1 by Princeton Review

Most people start their careers after grad­u­a­tion. Unless they go to North­eastern where most Huskies grad­uate with two or three co-​​ops under their belt. In fact, close to 8,000 stu­dents inter­view and get hired for co-​​op posi­tions each year by our global net­work of 3,000 employers.

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Brand for Hire: Crafting Your Professional Persona Online, Or, Have You Googled Yourself Lately?

Let’s start with a simple task: Google your­self.  Do you like what you find?  What appears on the first page?  Will it help you pro­fes­sion­ally? Many of us are already […]

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Finding an Internship Without Prior Experience

This guest post was written by Sam Carkin, a sopho­more studying Mar­keting and Inter­ac­tive Media. The “real world” can be intim­i­dating; espe­cially when you’re just starting out. Sure, that first job […]