Past Events

Community Job Fair


  Come and Meet Top Local Employers and Training Organizations including: • ABM Janitorial Services • Acella Construction • AlliedBarton Security Services • Boston Career Link • Chartwell’s Dining Services • Collegiate Press/NU Reprographics • KNF & T Staffing Resources • Laz Parking • Northeastern Bookstore – Barnes and Noble College Booksellers • Northeastern Crossing…
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Northeastern University Attending a Job Fair Workshop


  ATTENDING A JOB FAIR This workshop covers in depth how to make a job fair a successful event for you. Instructors: Kathleen Brant, Business Services Manager, Boston Career Link & Gregory Burnett, Business Account Representative, Boston Career Link DATE: Wednesday, July 13, 2016 TIME: 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. LOCATION: Northeastern University Crossing 1175…
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Northeastern University Interview Preperation


  INTERVIEW PREPARATION This workshop covers how to prepare for a job interview to increase the chance of your success. Instructor: Judith Downey, Associate Director, Northeastern University MBA Career Center Seating is limited, you must pre-register. Register by Friday, July 8 at: For questions, call: 617-373-5291.

Teach-In on the Orlando Mass Shooting


Discussion Topics: Historical significance of the gay club Connection to HIV/AIDS Islamophobia “Not in our Name” (using gay equality to advance anti-Islamic rhetoric and politics) Race and the Gay Community Remembering Charleston 1 Year Later The Importance of Memory Gun Violence Hate Crimes Mental Health     Teach in Faculty: School of Law: Libby Adler,…
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Hora del Cafe


The LSCC hosts weekly informal Spanish conversational sessions called Hora del Café. These coffee hour sessions allow students, staff, and faculty an opportunity to hablar español over delicious Latino coffee and sweets in a fun and relaxed environment! All levels of Spanish speakers are welcomed to join the conversation! Feel free to stop by and bring a friend!

Asian Americans and the Model Minority Mutiny


This workshop is a collaboration between the Asian American Resource Workshop and Northeastern Crossing in honor of A/PID Heritage Month in May. We will be hosting a workshop through the Sticky Rice Project, which is our series of anti-racism workshops with an Asian American lens. 

LearnLaunch Welcome Reception for iCivics


Are you passionate about edtech and civic engagement? LearnLaunch and iCivics are teaming up to bring the edtech community together at iCivics’ new location in Inman Sq, Cambridge. Join us for games, appetizers, drinks, and conversation about how to use edtech tools like gaming to engage youth!   Please note this event is targeted towards…
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