Northeastern’s network extends to more than 3,000 partners worldwide. Our partners work with us in a variety of ways and, through collaboration, offer students the opportunity to gain hands-on, real-world experience, broaden their skillset, and increase their opportunities for advancement.
Learn more about our partners and how you can build your connections.
Northeastern’s distinctive approach to integrating rigorous classroom study with practical experience presents a far more powerful way to learn. Our students enter the workforce with professional, career-related experience.
The university’s cooperative (“co-op”) education program lets students alternate semesters of academic study with semesters of full-time employment in positions related to their major or career interests.
Northeastern students are prepared for their careers. Employers rate Northeastern graduates higher than others in work ethic, willingness to learn, leadership and more. Learn more at northeastern.edu/preparedness.
Northeastern University–Seattle has established corporate partnerships—through co-op placements, tuition reimbursement scholarship programs, and corporate engagement in the classroom—with a range of Seattle employers, including:
- Alert Logic
- Allen Institute for Brain Science
- Big Fish Games
- City of Seattle
- Disney Worldwide Services
- Hamomi Children’s Centre
- LabKey Software
- Microsoft Studio
- Pacific Northwest Ballet
- Planetary Resources
- Project Caspini
- Rival IQ
- Seattle Works
- Synapse Product Development
- Taylor Shellfish
- Washington Technology Industry Association
- ZGF Architects
To explore co-op opportunities for our computer science program, please contact Paco Mesch at firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other partnership and co-op inquiries, please contact Mary Trimarco at email@example.com.
Northeastern boasts more than 40 cutting-edge research laboratories and is granted approximately $100 million in research awards annually. Students collaborate alongside our expert faculty in a variety of areas, including sustainability, health informatics, cybersecurity, energy storage and conversion, global health, and urban public policy.
To learn more about the research opportunities available, contact our Business Development Officer Mary Trimarco at firstname.lastname@example.org.