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Mosaic alliance connects entrepreneurial organizations to help Northeastern students launch their own businesses
Tyler Farley, DMSB'19, works to bring entrepreneurial resources to all Northeastern students as the Mosaic program manager. Andrew Shenouda, Khoury'25, DMSB'25, credits Mosaic with helping his own venture get off the ground.
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Global mobility, experiential learning excite new students, parents on Northeastern's Oakland campus
First-year Ethan Burne is starting his D'Amore-McKim journey in Oakland. He looks forward to the experiential learning opportunities that await him. “I liked the idea of the Northeastern co-op experience. I liked the idea of engaging in the real world,” he says.
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“This program sets you up to think from different perspectives and approach projects in new ways. It has helped me propel my career, improve strategic agility, and become an effective communicator.” says Rachel Arditi, Part-Time MBA'25
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