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Melissa Soong, DMSB’21, is taking over our Instagram account @damoremckim this week! Follow along for an inside look at her co-op experiences with New Balance and Genentech, research with the DATA Initiative, and more!

The D’Amore-McKim School of Business recently launched five new undergraduate concentrations: corporate innovation and venture, entrepreneurial startups, family business, fintech, and social innovation and entrepreneurship.

Xilian Sansoucy, DMSB’21, is taking over our Instagram account @damoremckim this week! Follow along for an inside look at her co-op experiences with Toast Inc. and edX, her global experiences in Singapore and India, and more!

“Get out of your comfort zone. I promise you the personal and professional rewards will be worth it.”

“While the current times are challenging, the industry will always be competitive, so giving up is not an option. It’s really about putting in the effort and creating your own opportunities.”

“I chose Northeastern because I wanted a program that would break me out of my shell…As a result, I’ve become much more confident, and I’m proud of that. “

“Academics have always worked best for me when I can apply what I learn immediately. The day after a class, I can almost always apply what I’ve learned to something I’m doing at work.”

“When I told my friends that you can actually run a real fund here, they couldn’t believe it. They had never had that opportunity themselves. It’s a really attractive part of the program and gives you experience in investments that a book can’t teach you.”

Never satisfied to rest on its laurels, D’Amore-McKim is taking its MS in Accounting/MBA program up a notch by including a new four-course concentration in Business Analytics. The move is responsive to a major shift in the accounting field that is fueled, in part, by dramatic advances in artificial intelligence and other technologies.