Tim Rupert, a professor and group chair of accounting at Northeastern, suggests that those who wait until the last minute, even down to the final hours, have some options available.


Josephine Tucker, DMSB '26, shares insight about her transformative co-op at Pine Street Inn that fueled her love for nonprofit work.

Tom Tyler, author of Why People Obey the Law, joined esteemed Northeastern faculty in a rich interdisciplinary discussion around behavioral approaches to justice.

A large number of D'Amore-McKim students on co-op assignments in New York gathered with President Aoun to celebrate the university and the transformative power of experiential learning.


“She seamlessly adapted to our industry's demands and fit in perfectly with our team.​​ Her capacity to collaborate effectively, from daily interactions to broader team dynamics, highlighted her professional aptitude and ability to work well with others.”

“She exceeded all expectations with her strong work ethic and attention to detail. Her efficiency in handling a high volume of email communications and developing systems was remarkable. Regular check-ins allowed us to discuss challenges, learn from them, and find better solutions together. It was a collaborative mentorship, and it was important to me that she saw the value she brought to our organization and that her capabilities extended far beyond a typical intern role.” – Sylvia Konopka, Accounting Manager at Trillium Flow Technologies

“I wholeheartedly endorse the D'Amore-McKim graduate co-op program. Its experiential learning approach connects businesses with skilled, adaptable, and innovative talent. In our experience, having our co-op on board not only opened my eyes to the significance of data analytics but also positively influenced our company culture and contributed to our growth.” – Matt Ramey, Real Estate Broker at Concept Properties

As a Fall 2023 recipient of the Srinivasan Family Awards for Projects in Emerging Markets, Sima Sharma Tiwari is making strides advocating for comprehensive reproductive health education in Nepal.

The Latin American Business Club at Northeastern University (LBC) had the privilege of hosting Ecuador's former President, Jamil Mahuad, for a fireside chat on Thursday, March 28. Supported by the Center for Emerging Markets and organized by the LBC leadership team, the event provided students and faculty attendees with an opportunity for insightful discussions about global economics, diplomatic strategies, and entrepreneurship with the distinguished leader.

Since its founding in 2020, the Women in Finance Trek has connected female finance concentrators with alumni while immersing them in the financial services world of New York City.

Two exceptional D'Amore-McKim seniors were named among the 100 Best & Brightest Business Majors by Poets&Quants For Undergrads.

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