It’s been a full year of quarantine and with this past year leaving many of us exhausted, the LGBTQ+ Alumni Community is hosting a Wine & Whine Trivia night. Connect with members of the LGBTQ+ community alumni for trivia on history, pop culture, geography, and more!
Northeastern faculty expert, Dr. Alicia Sasser Modestino, provided insights on why the current economic downturn has been called a “she-cession”. She also discussed her research, which demonstrates that childcare is not just a family issue; it’s a business and economic issue.
This interactive workshop with D’Amore-McKim School of Business Distinguished Professor Paula Caligiuri, the individual competencies needed to build your cultural agility to form relationships, create global business plans, and succeed in large strategic initiatives across cultures.
Imogen Glen is a New College of the Humanities alumna and a senior associate at Strategy&. Imogen will be presenting tips and tricks of breaking into a career in consulting. Attendees will have the chance to ask questions regarding interview techniques, how to stand out as an applicant, etc.
Celebrate Women’s History Month and join Dr. Estelle Paranque, Lecturer in Early Modern History at New College of the Humanities (NCH) for an insightful discussion on Queens: Mothers, Warrior, Icons. The lecture will begin with a 10 minute introduction of NCH. Join, celebrate and learn - register today!
A Celebration of International Women’s Day Moderated by Northeastern student, Timothy Van Bloem, AMD’23, join four dynamic alumnae for a conversation about the music industry from four different perspectives. Learn how their time at Northeastern prepared them for their current careers, lessons they’ve learned on how to succeed, and how to stand apart in an industry […]
Do you dream of working for a company where you are aligned in with the culture, you can be your authentic self and do your best work? You thought you found that dream company until you discovered that what they told you during the interview was not exactly what is happening within the organization. You are determined to get it right the next time. However, do you know what you need to do differently to find it? Career coach Jayne Mattson, CPS’85, will provide insights, tips and discussion regarding how you can develop behavioral questions to ask in the interview .How the current virtual realm affects company culture. What you can do when the culture is no longer a fit
Join New College of the Humanities alumna and BBC Journalist Soila Apparicio to talk about a career in broadcast journalism. Soila is a broadcast journalist and audiovisual producer currently working at the BBC for the World Service on the radio show and podcast The Climate Question.
Review an inspiring story on how immersing yourself in a second language can positively impact your life. From both educator and student perspectives, learn new ways to improve your language-learning experience.
Cheer on the Women's Ice Hockey team as they compete against University of Wisconsin in the 2021 Frozen Four Championship! Prior to the puck drop we will hold a "Virtual Varsity Club" where you can connect with old team mates and new friends. Tune in to Saturday's championship match on ESPN through your own device and watch the game virtually alongside fellow Husky fans while on Zoom.