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“Both artificial intelligence and analytics are interesting to me, as computer scientists are naturally drawn to those areas. Understanding how to handle data and knowing how to use it to your advantage—whether by optimizing a process you have within a business, to increase sales, or to improve customer experience—is a skill that I think is unparalleled,” says Javier Rosas-Ruiz, Full-Time MBA‘22

“The combination of my clinical knowledge and business skills opens a lot of doors for me, especially in the healthcare service and biotech/pharmaceutical industry,” says Elizabeth Sally Thomas, Full-Time MBA‘21

“Many other business programs tend to attract people from similar backgrounds. But with D'Amore-McKim, students don't just have finance backgrounds—they're people who've worked with nonprofits, with hospitals, or even the U.S. Army. Everyone here is so different. I think that really helped make me feel at home,” said Y-Lan Nguyen, Full-Time MBA‘21

Khailah Nichole-Robin Griffin drew from her own experiences while launching UnorthoDOCx, a nonprofit organization that helps non-traditional pre-medical students. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

“If you're an international student, [Northeastern] offers many ways to get involved on campus. But you must challenge yourself every day, stay open-minded, and be willing to step out of your comfort zone.”

“If you're going into a new industry like I am, don't be afraid of being uncomfortable because that's a part of the process.” says Irina Zolotnitskaya, MBA'21

Madison Mailey, DMSB'18, a former rowing star at Northeastern, will row in the Olympics for Canada this year.

“After researching various options, I decided Northeastern would be the best fit because of its diverse and welcoming community. I wanted to be at a university where I could interact with and learn from peers with perspectives and experiences that differ from mine…I'm glad I have the chance to do this at Northeastern.”

These business students founded a space to support their fellow LGBTQA peers in the workplace.

“Already in the first few months as a new associate, I have felt the effects of how the corporate residency put me a step ahead of others.”

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