Bringing 100 years of Experiential Learning to the Pacific Northwest
Co-op: an education like no other
We Made Our Mark in Experiential Learning…
Experience is a powerful way to learn. Our signature experiential learning model combines academic scholarship and professional practice. Northeastern students receive more than an education— they gain relevant, real-world skills and experience.
Northeastern’s distinctive educational approach integrates rigorous classroom study with real-world experiences to create a powerful way to learn. As a result, our graduates excel at managing their lives and careers, and contribute to the world.
Northeastern students access a network that includes more than 3,100 employers in 136 countries.
Join companies like Facebook, Amazon, and Zillow who employ our graduate students that are trained and eager to impact the world.
Receive more than an education— gain relevant, real-world skills and experience.
See the opportunities our graduate programs are creating for students from all different backgrounds, and the impact they make after graduation.
Experiential Learning Options
Employers rate Northeastern graduates higher than others in work ethic, willingness to learn, leadership and more.
Learn more at northeastern.edu/preparedness
- Full-Time Co-op Opportunities—Our (“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. Students pursue paid positions in their field of study for three to six months.
- Experiential Network (XN)— Students work virtually with a supervisor at a sponsoring business or nonprofit, completing a challenging assignment over a six-week period.
- Experiential Learning at Work— Working professionals collaborate with their employer to identify a project that addresses a key business need. They also gain invaluable experience in an area that interests them.
Experiential Learning in Seattle
Northeastern University–Seattle has established corporate partnerships—through Experiential Learning and co-op placements, tuition reimbursement scholarship programs, and corporate engagement in the classroom—with a range of Seattle employers. See the growing list of employers here.