With a network of more than 240,000 individuals worldwide, Northeastern University alumni are poised to tackle today’s most pressing issues in the professional world. From the banking industry in Charlotte, North Carolina, to the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, to the technology industry in Silicon Valley, our alumni network is vast and varied.

You are still very much a part of the Northeastern community, even after graduation. The Northeastern Circuits program, launched in 2015, provides you with the opportunity to stay connected with fellow alumni and the wider university community through industry-specific events and professional programming. As we continue to roll out Northeastern Circuits, we will add cities and industries to our lineup of programming so please check back for events in your area!

Get Involved!

Are you interested in connecting with other industry professionals in the Northeastern community in your area? Do you want to stay informed about industry trends and topics? Do you want to attend an industry-specific Circuits event near you? If you answered yes to any of the above questions please contact Meg Andrews, Associate Director, Global Impact at m.andrews@northeastern.edu.



More events coming soon! Check back for more information about our Spring 2018 schedule of events.

  • The Dinner Circuit

    The Dinner Circuit is an event sponsored by the Northeastern University Office of Alumni Relations meant to strengthen the network of Northeastern community members across the country by connecting alumni working within the same industry in the same city.

    The idea is simple: attend a casual dinner with a small group of fellow alumni to share a good meal and great conversation, all while expanding your professional network.


    Tuesday, March 6, 2018
    Elementary &  Secondary Education
    6-8 p.m. | Boston, MA

    Connect with fellow members of the Boston Northeastern Community who work in elementary and secondary education! Join your host Nicole Daly, S’15 for an evening of good food and conversation at Eastern Standard.

    About Nicole: Nicole is finishing her Masters in Education to obtain a Moderate Disabilities license at Salem State University. After graduating from Northeastern in 2015, she taught 5th grade in Salem for two years, before returning to the Boston area to teach 5th grade at the Mather School in Dorchester. Nicole is excited to bring together alumni to do what Northeastern “taught” so well, network and generate innovative ideas in the field of education! Sign up today!



    Thursday, Jun. 8, 2017
    Boston: Engineering
    6:00 p.m. | Marliave

    Monday, Oct. 17, 2016
    San Francisco: Non-Profits and Higher Education
    7:00 p.m. | Schroeder’s Restaurant

    Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016
    San Diego: Biotechnology
    7:00 p.m. | Whisknladle

    Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016
    Los Angeles: Business Side of Entertainment
    7:00 p.m. | Red O Melrose

    Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016
    New York City: Women in Music
    8:00 p.m. | Cask Bar and Kitchen

    Interested in hosting a dinner?

    Contact Meg Andrews at m.andrews@northeastern.edu with your class year, city, and current industry.

    Interested in attending a dinner?

    Do you want to meet and connect with other alumni within your industry in an intimate and casual environment? Contact Meg Andrews at m.andrews@northeastern.edu.

  • Mentorship Program

    One of the most recognizable and successful components of Northeastern University is its co-op program. The Northeastern Circuits Mentorship Program provides alumni employees working at partner companies with the opportunity to significantly impact current students’ co-op experiences through six-month (and beyond!) mentorships. Alumni mentors and co-op student mentees can learn from one another all while staying connected to the university through conversations and events.

    Our current partner companies include Brown Brothers Harriman and EMC Corporation. If your company is interested in participating in the Northeastern Circuits Mentorship Program please contact Meg Andrews at m.andrews@northeastern.edu for more information.

  • History

    The Northeastern Circuits program originally began as Lead Dog, a program focused on facilitating socializing and networking opportunities at companies in the Boston area with a large concentration of alumni employees. We would like to thank our Lead Dog founding partner companies for paving the way for Northeastern Circuits:

    • Brown Brothers Harriman
    • EMC Corporation
    • John Hancock
    • Liberty Mutual
    • Philips North America
    • State Street Corporation
    • UBS (NYC)

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