A tech-savvy intrapraneur, Robert Hass is used to driving innovation from inside companies. Guided by a D’Amore-McKim MBA and a keen sense of social consciousness, he aims to help corporations do well while doing right by society.
For Raj Narayan, the World Bank looks like the ideal employer. To land a job there someday, this undergraduate is studying both business and computer science. He’s also completed three co-ops and leads Northeastern’s Big Data Club.
DeVoue, DMSB’19, recently took over our Instagram account during his final semester at D’Amore-McKim. We asked him to reflect on his time at Northeastern University, including co-op experiences, time on the tennis court, and his viral #BlackBoyJoy video.
Fareeha Naim, DMSB’19 is taking over our Instagram account Thursday, Nov.15, as she finishes up her last Fall semester in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, giving us an inside look at what it’s like to be an undergraduate student here. Follow along!
“D’Amore-McKim sets up their programs to encourage students to go beyond the ordinary,” says Salami.
In Internal Audit, presenting to a real client about a project you helped initiate into their company is the most “real life” experience you’ll get in a classroom,” says Cassara.
“When I enrolled in the program, I knew I was going to receive a quality education that would prepare me to pass the CPA exam and build a long, successful career,” says Peck.
“I feel like I know my fellow classmates and I have gotten to know my professors as well, in many ways better than I might have in a classroom-based course,” says Remley, “there is constant interaction that really supports and enhances the learning.”
“I was able to earn a graduate certificate and apply my credits that I earned in the certificate to the Part-Time MBA program.” says, Sletterink
Produce from a previously empty lot in Everett? It’s possible. Vi Le, MS’19, co-founded the urban farming startup Urban Harvest in May which sells produce to three independently owned grocers in the greater Boston area.