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Northeastern welcomed the Class of 2020 back to the Boston campus for weekend of fun, memory-making experiences. The celebration was open to all former undergraduate and graduate students who completed their degrees between December 2019 and August 2020.
Northeastern Alumni gathered for food, fun, catching up, and met with some of the new LGBTQA+ Center staff.
Having the freedom to make choices for oneself is among the most prized rights a person can have. But this preference for choice may only go so far. Professor Mary Steffel discussed the burden of making choices and how when we delegate so many of the choices in our lives it helps us pass the burden […]
What does it take to be a woke leader? We heard from author and action catalyst Dr. Priscilla H. Douglas, E’70, MEd’74 about her latest book, Woke Leadership: Profits, Prophets & Purpose. Dr. Douglas shared the traits of those who effectively drive regenerative change. After the discussion, there was time for Q&A and networking.
Bostonians, old and new, gathered in-person to connect over shared experiences and a mutual love for the city.
First-time and regular spinners got their sweat on at The Handle Bar’s newest studio in Back Bay. For 45, the class prioritized health and wellness in this private ride.
After a year away from experiencing in-person events, fans ‘root, root, rooted for the home team’ as the Red Sox hosted the Philadelphia Phillies in a show down between two teams with playoff hopes.
After a year away from experiencing in-person events, fans took advantage of the opportunity to enjoy a Fenway Frank as the Red Sox welcomed the New York Yankees to America’s Most Beloved Ballpark for the first time this season.
Getting to an offer in your job search – or in any crucial career conversation – comes down to your ability to focus the conversation on one thing: value. Unfortunately, most people miss out on potentially huge career opportunities because they struggle to articulate their value and use up valuable interviewing time focusing on non-value added topics. In this interactive webinar, we’ve paired Kathy Robinson, executive career coach and digital career platform founder, with Annette Richmond, career coach, resume writer, podcaster and Clubhouse host, for a lively discussion about how you can find and harness the value that only you can deliver, based on your interests and expertise. We discussed how you can use four key principles to elevate every career conversation, including an interview, and how you can prepare for job interviews to come across as a must-have hire for your dream employer. You’ll get actionable frameworks and preparation strategies you can apply right away to define, and showcase, your own unique value to any hiring team.
In this event we discussed and shared ideas about issues, trends and careers in the nonprofit arena. Our alumni hosts brought an extensive experience in numerous aspects of nonprofits, including advocacy, youth development and engagement, community outreach, fundraising, board leadership, resource development and more. This program included a series of two breakout room discussions, each facilitated by one of our hosts.