Northeastern wants military students to experience a more seamless transition to civilian life. To achieve that goal, we offer dedicated resources that help ease the change and connect you with industry.
Our career services are consistently ranked in the top two nationwide by the Princeton Review. We work directly with veterans and servicemembers to help them find co-ops and job opportunities that fit their specialized skill set and complement the experience they gained in the military. More than 50 percent of our graduates receive a job offer from a previous co-op employer, while another 90 percent are employed or in graduate school within nine months of graduation.
The university launched in 2015 the Center for the Advancement of Veterans and Servicemembers (CAVS). The first-of-its kind center is focused on career preparation and builds on Northeastern’s 100-year legacy of educating veterans and servicemembers. Learn more about CAVS ».
Military students also have an active voice on campus, both in the classroom and in the organizations they join. The Student Veterans Organization is a perfect example. Discover how you can get connected.
Northeastern is recognized as a Military Friendly School, and is proud to support veterans and servicemembers’ successful return to civilian life. If you are interested in learning more about the opportunities ahead, contact us.