Hire MBAs and Masters Students

D’Amore-McKim MBA and MS students and alumni provide a great pool of talent for your organization. Among the ways we can connect you: We can post full-time opportunities for you at no cost, at any time. We can send you a customized resume book of interested students. We have interview space available in our office suite if you wish to interview on campus. By posting your position with the Graduate Career Center, you will have access to a large pool of talented students and alumni from our full-time and part-time programs. Let us help you find qualified, talented individuals to meet your business needs.

Corporate residency is a critical component of our Full-time MBA. Our students complete a six-month corporate residency after their first year of MBA classes. This provides them with an opportunity to apply what they have learned in class while gaining valuable experience. For employers it is an opportunity to bring talented, hard-working and enthusiastic students to perform specific assignments or projects. Our students offer you experience in finance, marketing and supply chain/operations to help you address your critical business issues. Students work on corporate residency June through December. We begin posting corporate residency positions in January, and the first day of interviews is at our MBA Career Fair.
Northeastern MBA Career Fair
The fair is held each year in February. There is no charge to the company for participation. Interview space is reserved for companies who wish to interview while they are onsite. This is the first opportunity to interview for corporate residency positions. Students and alumni participate to seek both corporate residency and full-time opportunities.

Graduate Career Center Networking Opportunities
The career center is extremely active year-round organizing a variety of networking opportunities for our students and employer partners. These events include career management classes and panels, executive luncheons, workshops and other meet-and-great sessions.

Learn more at the Graduate Career Center

Interested? Ask us more.

Hire Undergraduates

We invite you to leverage the Northeastern Advantage of over 100 years of cooperative educational experience by engaging with our student and faculty community. Throughout their education at Northeastern, our students alternate between six-month periods of school and six-month periods of full-time, paid work experience. The result is our students have the benefit of a powerful combination of rigorous classroom studies integrated with 18 months of cooperative work experience. Let them bring that advantage to your organization.

Northeastern’s Cooperative Education program directly connects our employer partners with our talented and productive students. By joining with the D’Amore-McKim School of Business through co-op, you can tap into the best and brightest students—building a pipeline for talent even before students graduate.
Students in the undergraduate business programs alternative between six months of school and six months of co-op beginning in their sophomore year. During co-op periods, students work alongside permanent employees in full-time, paid positions. Typically our employers establish full-time positions and students rotate at six-month intervals. Co-op students provide a pipeline of experienced potential employees who bring a fresh perspective and understand the needs of today’s business environment. Co-op is an effective way for companies to meet their human resource needs. And, because these are 6-month work periods, students spend more time working, not just training.

How Hiring Works

Co-op faculty coordinators work closely with companies and with our business students. Coordinators provide a wide range of expertise to our employers and support them through the hiring process, including: referring appropriate students who meet the criteria established by the employer, facilitating the interview process, and assisting with on-campus marketing/branding activities. Employers make the hiring decisions and provide students with the training to perform the job. As with any employee, supervisors meet with the co-op students they hire to set goals, track performance and complete an evaluation at the end of the work period. Co-op faculty coordinators are available to support both the employer and students during the co-op work period.

Find co-op coordinators
The D’Amore-McKim School of Business offers many ways for employers to meet and present their employment opportunities to our talented students. Employers are invited to participate in student and faculty activities on campus, including:

1) Employer-in-Residence Programs
2) Present to a Student Organization or Club
3) Host a Site Visit at Your Location
4) Participate in a Business Case Competition
5) Sponsor a Student Activity
6) Participate in our Industry-Specific Networking Events
7) Promote Your Events and Jobs in our Student News Bulletin
8) Participate in On-Campus Recruiting

Interested? Ask us more.

Mary Kane

Assistant Dean of Cooperative Education; Senior Associate Co-op Coordinator

Just a Few of Our Employer Partners

Adobe

Amazon

Blackstone Group

Bose

Boston Consulting Group

BounceX

Brown Brothers Harriman

Credit Suisse

Deloitte

DFS Group Limited

EY

iRobot

Li & Fung

Loreal

Morgan Stanley

Nike

PwC

Scotiabank

ServiceNow

State Street

TJX

Wellington Management