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“I wanted to be a part of a school and program that had the ability to deliver above and beyond their reputation and my expectation, so I chose Northeastern” says Buckner.

Harper Vickery, DMSB'20, fused her love of food and her business background while working with Daniele Mathras, D'Amore-McKim School of Business assistant professor of marketing, on research examining food as a means of social change. The work ultimately led to her first co-op at Strega, a Boston-based restaurant and café line. She is the first Northeastern University student to hold this co-op position.

“My professors are so helpful. Whenever I ask them about business, I am amazed that they have had so much experience and knowledge for me to learn from” says Vu.

“D'Amore-McKim has all the things that I needed. The course curriculum, small classes, dedicated professors, kind and diverse classmates, and the OPT opportunity all have supported me to improve academically and practically” says Nguyen.

While on co-op at Bimbo Bakeries, Patrick Robinson, DMSB'19, developed a sales tool, which was later shared in markets nationwide to recapture millions of dollars in potential lost sales.

“The resources provided by the university and the quality of the lectures has allowed for me to gain an education which is at the forefront of business innovation, entrepreneurship, and the importance of a global mindset in business” says Venables

Provanzano had a concentration in Supply Chain Management. He says, “As a later stage career changer, the corporate residency program and the engagement from the career center appealed to me.”

Silverstein's specialization was in Corporate Finance. He says, “…the hidden gem of this program is the student body itself. In a program of 70 students per graduating class, everyone knows everyone, and everyone is very supportive of each other's success.”

As a student focused on supply chain management, Belose says, “The D'Amore-McKim School of Business has helped me in developing the fundamental mindset of asking the right questions, identifying the issues, and applying the knowledge to find the best possible solutions.”

Flynn focused on Corporate Finance during her time at D'Amore-McKim. She says, “My biggest take-away is not to be intimidated by a complicated issue or assignment. D'Amore-McKim has given me the tools necessary to analyze and find solutions to any problem put in front of me.”