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“I earned a promotion to sector manager, where I managed a team of 14 analysts and developed my skills further, especially as a leader. I mentored the analysts by sharing my thoughts and reviewing their valuations. Overall, the 360 Huntington Fund helped me grow as an individual.” says Parth Patel MS in Finance'21

The Challenge of the Colleges turned into a back-and-forth, photo-finish race. The $30,000 first prize went to the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, whose 418 donors amounted to a 176.3% increase compared to 2021. The College of Science earned $10,000 for finishing a close second with 190 donors (a 175.9% gain).

Stay tuned for details about our centennial celebration that will kick off in September 2022.

“By pursuing a master's in accounting I could specialize in tax accounting. I've always loved helping people, and in taxation, I can use my affinity for numbers to help clients.” says Emma Woodman, MS in Accounting‘21

“Accounting isn't just processing transactions; it's about really understanding what a business is all about” says Matthew Bloomer, MS in Accounting ‘21

Walter Frankel, a Northeastern graduate (MBA'95) and former employee, was seeking a new career when the pandemic forced him to reconsider his options. He responded by opening Clearhaven Recovery Center, an outpatient substance-use disorder treatment center in Waltham, Massachusetts.

The COVID-19 pandemic struck one year after Glen Giovanucci (DMSB'83) became chief executive officer of G-Form, a maker of protective sports gear. His company survived the crisis because he was able to lean on the leadership skills he learned from playing ice hockey at Northeastern.

“I think the best advice I can offer is to be open-minded and utilize all of the resources Northeastern offers…The connection I made with one of my professors is what set me on the path to land my current job” says Christopher Paulsen, PlusOne MS in Finance'20

“My quantitative finance degree has helped me gain so many skills, and I feel confident about applying what I've learned to real financial challenges.” says Vidita Agarwalla, MS in Finance'21

From freelance journalism to online merchandising, Audrey Lang (DMSB'15) takes a multifaceted approach to content creation. Lang, who studied business administration at D'Amore-McKim, shares tips and advice in this episode of “What It Takes” for freelancers working around the world.