Making More of Your Education

The Northeastern experiential learning model makes your education matter more—through opportunities that let you apply what you study in the classroom to real world settings.

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Environmental Studies & Int. Affairs

Environmental Studies
& Int. Affairs

Elena Crouch

Costa Rica:
Kids Saving the Rainforest

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Change is Simple Environmental Education

Environmental
Science

John Syzonenko

Change is Simple
Environmental
Education

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Biology

Biology

Theo Bowe

Transistioning to Medical School

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Business Administration & Entrepreneurship

Business Admin –
Entrepreneurship

Sage Whipple

FunkyJunk Recycled
Cambodia

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Change is Simple Enviromental Education

Journalism &
Biology

Gwendolyn Schanker

Woods Hole
Oceanographic Institute

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Entrepreneurship & Business

Entrepreneurship
& Business

Toju Ometoruwa

Developed own Music Start-up

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At Northeastern, many students have turned their childhood passions into college degrees and lifelong careers, whether it’s a love for animals, playing computer games, solving math and science problems, or making art. Or they’ve come to Northeastern to explore—because there’s so much more to learn and discover here.

To learn more about how Northeastern’s experiential learning model works and see how it is incorporated into your college experience, continue to explore.