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“I gained tremendous experience and made a name for myself at a highly reputable firm, who sponsored me for an H-1B. A dream come true!” – Andréane Bolduc, MBA'17

“I couldn't be happier or more grateful to each member of the university and each professor” says Ladhari.

“D'Amore-McKim does a fantastic job of exposing students to a wide range of subjects and lessons in the first year that help shed light on where you want to concentrate moving forward, and things you may not have known coming in.” – Hannah Barresi, MBA'18

“You can start implementing all the knowledge that you acquire in your daily routine at work and since tax laws are constantly changing, the program teaches you how to stay current with the new laws and regulations,” says Saviñón.

D'Amore-McKim School of Business Supply Chain and Information students recently attended and placed in two case competitions, applying their classroom knowledge to real-world challenges.

Assistant Professor Yakov Bart explains the advantages that companies can receive if they invest in improving customer engagement.

Yo Yo Fu, DMSB17, successfully launched FeedShare, an app that allows users to find and share free leftover food at Northeastern University, to help combat the rising amount of waste in the U.S.

“As an engineer, I wanted to learn how business works in real life so I can be ready to work on a corporate level whenever it's needed,” says Bokhari, “I was able to become an interdisciplinary student which meant that I could earn my Graduate Certificate at the same time.”

Mia Grossman, DMSB'19, is a third year marketing major currently on her second co-op in New York City. She spoke with us about work culture at a startup, her global experiences from Dublin to Singapore, and why she says, if you're thinking about coming to Northeastern, just “do it.” Read more about Grossman below and be sure to follow @damoremckim Instagram beginning Monday, April 10, for a close-up look at her life at D'Amore-McKim.