The Northeastern University is a network spread across the country and around the world. From special interest groups to local geographic communities, and everything in between, there is a part of the network for everyone.
Bouvé College of Health Sciences encompasses three exceptional schools, Health Professions, Nursing, and Pharmacy. Together, these institutions leverage interdisciplinary collaboration and strategic synergies to tackle the world’s most pressing health challenges. It is this cross-pollination of academic rigor, interdisciplinary perspectives and globally recognized experiential learning that distinguishes Bouvé and its graduates.More Details
The Center for Entrepreneurship Education empowers students, faculty, and alumni from across the university to innovate, start new companies, and become leaders in the innovation economy. With a focus on building community, the Center fosters innovative, entrepreneurial thinking within the broad Northeastern network.More Details
Alumni of the College of Arts, Media and Design are curious, critical and confident thinkers that bring together traditional disciplines to new careers and studies. CAMD alumni have traversed the world, creating solutions to political, scientific, technological, and entertainment challenges.More Details
The College of Engineering alumni are over 45,000 strong, working in the bioengineering, chemical, civil and environmental, electrical and computer, and mechanical and industrial engineering fields. COE alumni are bold, interdisciplinary, and experiential leaders that collaborate across borders to bring innovation to the future of society.More Details
The College of Professional Studies offers innovative educational programs designed to meet the evolving needs of motivated learners who want to pursue their career and personal goals through education. The academic programs are grounded in theory and applied in practice—providing a rich academic curriculum for graduates to become ambitious learners and working professionals.More Details
Across a culture of respect and equity, the College of Science alumni are solving the greatest challenges of our planet, with the groundbreaking fundamental and applied research learned during their time at COS. Through innovative, research-linked experiential education, alumni are empowered to be confident, entrepreneurial problem-solvers, with flexible skills for a vast set of careers.More Details
The College of Social Sciences and Humanities (CSSH) combines Northeastern University’s signature focus on experiential learning with the rigorous study of society, culture, politics, and ethics. CSSH is redefining liberal arts education for the next generation of global thinkers. Your support and partnership can help CSSH and our students continue to lead, innovate, and engage with our communities.More Details
The D’Amore-McKim School of Business prepares its leaders with top skills that are in high demand. Graduates have moved from the classroom to the conference room armed with combined knowledge in technology and data analytics, and have mastered uniquely human skills, such as critical thinking, creativity, and an entrepreneurial mindset.More Details
Health Sciences Entrepreneurs (HSE) promotes health sciences innovation within the Northeastern community by educating and equipping health startups with resources for success. HSE hosts annual events in entrepreneurship and in 2010 launched a mentoring program for alumni, students and faculty from Northeastern who are starting businesses in healthcare, health sciences, and life sciences.More Details
Khoury College of Computer Science alumni brings computer science across disciplines and industries. Graduates find computer science in the networks that connect us, the data that fuels discoveries, and the technology that transforms society. Khoury alumni take their diverse backgrounds and perspectives to excel in any field.More Details
The Northeastern University Civil Engineering Alumni Organization (NUCEAO) was formed in 1978 to assist engineering students and to expand the capabilities and resources of the Northeastern University student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. It forms the core of the civil and environmental engineering alumni base and provides a range of support for the department, including providing speakers for the departmental and student organization seminars, mentors for current student activities, and generous donations.More Details
The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice (SCCJ) develops learners intellectually and ethically, while providing them with a keen appreciation for the complexities of crime, and public and private efforts to make communities safer and ensure justice. The 50th anniversary of SCCJ was celebrated in 2017 through a series of events. There are more than 9,500 SCCJ alumni today.More Details
As a graduate, alumni carry the mission, teachings and experience of Northeastern University School of Law as they work to make an impact in communities around the world. NUSL alumni seek to amend traditional notions of what law can achieve expanding it to the extraordinary and the unorthodox.More Details
The School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs (SPPUA) drives interdisciplinary thinking and problem solving on issues of pressing concern – from transportation, housing, energy and community development to social and environmental justice, resilience and sustainability. Our distinguished alumni serve their communities in a variety of industries in Boston, regionally, nationally, and internationally.More Details
The mission of the Student Nurse Anesthetist Association (SNAA) is to promote wellness and provide support, networking opportunities, and resources to all cohorts of the Student Registered Nurse Anesthetists (SRNAs) at Northeastern. This organization aims to utilize student activities to promote communication through the various cohorts, and create a community of SNRAs and CRNA alumni.More Details
The McCarthy(s) Venture Mentoring Network (VMN) connects Northeastern entrepreneurs with high-quality, experienced, mentors that can help address a variety of business challenges and make ventures more successful. VMN opportunities are available for alumni looking to receive or offer mentorship. We have worked with over 75 ventures and are always looking to grow our strong community of entrepreneurs. Get involved today!More Details
In collaboration with the Office of Alumni Relations, the University Honors Program aims to further strengthen the Honors community by engaging Honors alumni through social events and professional development opportunities. Honors alumni will also have the opportunity to establish meaningful connections with current Honors students through the University Honors Program Alumni Mentoring Network.More Details
Northeastern female entrepreneurs forge their own paths, launch their own firms, and strive to be the best, and most successful, versions of themselves. Regardless of where our alumni are in their career trajectory, they will always have access to Northeastern’s robust innovation ecosystem and countless resources to help our accomplished, ambitious, and change-making female leaders take on their next endeavor.More Details
We’ll do our best to connect you with the most suitable people and communities to help you connect to our network. Regardless of where you are, your Northeastern network is there for you. Bond, socialize, learn, or build personal connections with your community.
Join the Northeastern University Civil Engineering Alumni Organization on this informational panel discussing the "new normal" in the AEC industry. Hear from industry leaders Steve Duvel, Senior Vice President of the New England Division at Gilbane Building Company, Aaron Gallagher, Vice President and Director of Civil Engineering at Nitsch Engineering, and Johanna Hall, E'05, Team Leader at Weston & Sampson, on how they have tackled these new challenges in order to continue projects and keep building.
Speak with three recruiters who specialize in building professional brand and recruiting candidates for the perfect positions. With a focus in internal HR recruiting, working for a recruiting agency, and owning their own career advising agency, the panelists have you covered.